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edenliaothewomb:

Elizabeth Olsen, photographed by Hunter & Gatti for FLAUNT magazine, May 2014.

uniqueshomedesign:

Stair landing window charisma design

uniqueshomedesign:

Stair landing window charisma design

gastrogirl:

caramel-stuffed quadruple chocolate cookies.

biletree:

kiggor:

Dachshunds can’t wait to take a bath

*hysterical crying and screaming*

Just in case

fattributes:

Dulce de Leche Brownies
This movie is perfect. 

This movie is perfect. 

awkwardsituationist:

photos of butterfly and moth wings taken by linden gledhil at seven to ten times life size.

"evolution is written on the wings of butterflies" - charles darwin

foody-goody:

Recipe: Turtle Cheesecake
chocolateguru:

S’Mores Cake (Flourless Chocolate Cake with Toasted Marshmallow Topping and Graham Crumble) 
dedicated to uncontrollablebiter x

chocolateguru:

S’Mores Cake (Flourless Chocolate Cake with Toasted Marshmallow Topping and Graham Crumble) 

dedicated to uncontrollablebiter x

magicforces:

The glorious work of Tyrus Wong is unparalleled. It was his lush pastels that served as the driving force behind Bambi, where he was the lead artist on the film. Prior to Wong’s contributions, the logistics of managing the detailed nuance of a forest setting (millions of leaves!) was posing a problem, but Wong’s gorgeous, inventive minimalist approach was the perfect solution and provides the film its unique style and warm, textured feel.

The actors played two detectives in 1995, as they investigate a string of murders, and in the modern-day, as they’re interviewed about a similar crime. The role requires each to play their characters about 17 years apart. How did they switch from playing young men to middle-aged ones?

HARRELSON: I just took off my wig.
McCONAUGHEY: I just put on my wig.