addie71

Life is short. Enjoy it.
simplycolin:

I have a strong feeling they were basing this solely off of the Hackett photoshoot/ maybe the English National Ballet because YES, but other than that I’ve got nothing. I mean really

I just love that instead of being like, “Aww yay look- Colin mentioned in an article- and it’s about being best dressed!”, we’re all like ” LOL WUT DO YOU HAVE EYES??” He usually looks like a ten year old in his father’s clothing, a band groupie, or a lumberjack, but you know what? That’s one of the reasons I love him, so BLESS. Don’t ever change Colin, just don’t expect to be on any more best dressed lists. ❤

simplycolin:

I have a strong feeling they were basing this solely off of the Hackett photoshoot/ maybe the English National Ballet because YES, but other than that I’ve got nothing. I mean really

I just love that instead of being like, “Aww yay look- Colin mentioned in an article- and it’s about being best dressed!”, we’re all like ” LOL WUT DO YOU HAVE EYES??” He usually looks like a ten year old in his father’s clothing, a band groupie, or a lumberjack, but you know what? That’s one of the reasons I love him, so BLESS. Don’t ever change Colin, just don’t expect to be on any more best dressed lists. 

areddhels:

Today in Middle-Earth: Frodo leaves Bag End (September 23rd, 3018 T.A.)

‘Well, now we’re off at last!’ said Frodo. They shouldered their packs and took up their sticks, and walked round the corner to the west side of Bag End. ‘Good-bye!’ said Frodo, looking at the dark blank windows. He waved his hand, and then turned and (following Bilbo, if he had known it) hurried after Peregrin down the garden-path. 

(via fyeahfrodobaggins)

rainier-theme:

A tiny, abandoned fishing hut just outside of Isafjordur, Iceland. Isafjordur is one of Iceland’s most northern fishing villages with just over 1,000 residents and their own small airport to fly in supplies. It’s as isolated as it is spectacular.

rainier-theme:

A tiny, abandoned fishing hut just outside of Isafjordur, Iceland. Isafjordur is one of Iceland’s most northern fishing villages with just over 1,000 residents and their own small airport to fly in supplies. It’s as isolated as it is spectacular.

(via emjayelle)