In a world of Photoshop, it’s not often that you find a project like the one above done without any post-processing.
In the self portraits above, JeeYoung Lee spends weeks and sometimes months creating elaborate scenes in her tiny 11.8 x 13.4 x 7.8-foot studio.
Reblog every time.
Oooooommmnmggggg. I thought I was the only one who read this book!!
This bookkk yessss!!!
Talk about childhood!!
Kitty’s First Christmas
Where did you get her outfit?
Ten of the Best Storybook Cottage Homes Around the World
These 10 fairy tale inspired cottages with their hand-made details call to mind the tales of the Brothers Grimm and other fantasy stories. All of these cottages are real-life homes from around the world. From stunning cottage houses to mystical stone dwellings, these 10 storybook cottage homes provide inspiration and inspire the imagination.
- Hobbit House - Rotorua, New Zealand
- Winckler Cottage - Vancouver Island, Canada
- Akebono kodomo-no-mori Park, Japan
- Wooden Cottage - Białka Tatrzańska, Tatra Mountains, Poland
- Blaise Hamlet - Bristol, England
- Willa Kominiarski Wierch - Zakopane, Poland
- Forest House - Efteling, The Netherlands
- Cottage in the Hamlet of Marie Antoinette - Versailles, France
- Cob House - Somerset, United Kingdom
- The Spadena House - Beverly Hills, California, United States
Favorite Movies - Singin’ In The Rain (1952)"What’s the first thing an actor learns? The show must go on! Come rain, come shine, come snow, come sleet, the show must go on!"
one of the best.
My gynecologist felt a lump in my breast and said “hey, what’s that?”….Buddy…. That’s your job.
Create GIFs with your webcam!
- Create a photo post.
- Click “Take a photo” on the bottom right corner.
- Allow Tumblr to use your webcam.
- Click the GIF button.
- Smile and move your face an/or body around. (Optional.)
Your camera will take four shots in a row and then turn them into an animated GIF. Happy giffing!
(Chrome and Firefox v20+ only, for now)
Look at this little dapper man
he looks so damn fancy
oh my GOD
In this gut-wrenching talk, Sergeant Andrew Chambers shares the haunting story of his time in Iraq and the tough transition home that landed him in jail. It’s a powerful testimony to the struggle our soldiers face when they come home, and the tragic ways that they can be denied the help they need.
For anyone looking to support a veteran, we encourage you to heed Chambers’s advice: "Find a veteran and listen to his story. A lot of us just need somebody to talk to."