Creepy/Morbid/Amazing Jewelry Part 2
Here is Part 1
Images found while heavily breathing through this pininterst page
You are Arya of Winterfell, daughter of the North. You told me you could be strong. You have the wolf blood in you.
Like you have
A black hole hunger
That swells under your ribs,
Where Canis Minor used to lie.
With the ferocity
Of clashing atoms,
And plasmatic solar storms,
Leaving cosmic dust in your wake.
In an ode to
Even if no one else can see it.
Few places are farther north than Svalbard, an archipelago in the Arctic Ocean that’s officially part of Norway — even if it lies halfway between the mainland and the North Pole. A photographer who goes by his Flickr handle, “buen viaje,” came across the submerged vertebrae of a fin whale while on a trip from Iceland to Svalbard in 2010.
Hand and a Half Sword with the coat of arms of the Holstein family of Reventlow
- Dated: 1563
- Culture: probably North German
- Measurements: overall lenght 124.5 cm; handle lenght 22 cm; weight: approximately 1.6kg
The dated on the blade is referring to the The Northern Seven Years’ War between the Kingdom of Sweden and a coalition of Denmark–Norway, Lübeck and the Polish–Lithuanian union. The sword was part of a collection of weapons which was sold in Denmark, Gaunö, 1930.
The handle is composed of a wood grip with leather wrap and bell shaped pommel to act as a counter weight. The guard is simple set of straight quillons (22 cm wide) which has also a clam shell guard.
The blade is double edged with part of the reverse side holding an edge. The blade has a single fuller on either side and is inscribed with "NEC TEMERENEC TIMIDE AD 1563" and "INTER ARMA SILENT LEGE". Close to the guard you can also find several marking on either side of the blade and also the coat of arms on one side.
The Black Earth. (photoshop)
There are many stories about Dhio, nearly every one of them is false.
Operation pack for return to Wales is facing opposition on all fronts.
aint no condoms in my wallet girl those are ramen noodle flavor packets
viα samtrak: Les Catacombes - Paris 2012
400 ft below the surface of Paris exists one of the scariest and coolest places on earth. The bones of over 6 million people are still interred here. Now they are organized and placed respectfully, but in the beginning the officials of Paris were just cleaning up the surface of the city by dumping the remains from full graveyards into the old rock quarries that built the city. Spooky! Great place to pop the question to your girlfriend!All of the photos in this set were long exposures with no flash. If you ever get to go, don’t forget the remote and/or tripod!
Come closer and listen to the tales of wonders of those who roam the earth and haunt our dreams; tales full of howls and tears, and screams tearing the night apart. Come closer to the fire so the hollow eyes cannot see you for they will take you and sharpen their teeth on your bones if you venture into the woods after the darkness has fallen.
Listen to the whispers of those forgotten and turned into stories and tales spinning on our tongues like golden threads. They are dust in our eyes, blood on our fingertips, and the magic of our breath. Echo still carries the sounds of their songs, their voices tangled in the roots of the oldest trees, drowned on the bottom of the seas, shattered and carried by the wind to the end of the world.
They will never leave. They cannot leave. They linger and seize us with their ravenous hands, enchant with trills and lullabies, their bodies of veils and shrieks, and coldness.
They reign over the night, the dead, the wicked.
Do not listen to their tales.
[WRITING IN THE DARK] is a mix for writers looking for inspiring and yet unobtrusive music. Over the years I’ve found myself returning to certain tracks — in part for the feelings they evoke— but mostly for their ability to aid my writing process without distracting me from the story. The above is a selection of my favorites~ ♥︎
Ever since I answered this question, people have been asking me for my favorite music tracks to listen to— well, here you go! These are seriously some of my favorite tracks to listen to while writing, "Schala’s Theme" in particular tends to sneak into every single one of my books. I hope you enjoy listening to this as much as I enjoyed making it~ ♥︎
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