Walking in the Air with Muddy Feet
hover!
Just a faceless place

(Source: arpeggia)

beardbriarandrose:

Montague Dawson (1895-1973), Wind in the Rigging, oil on canvas

beardbriarandrose:

Montague Dawson (1895-1973), Wind in the Rigging, oil on canvas

harmonicakinder:

i have finally compiled my top 5 shakespearean stage directions

  1. leaps into the grave (hamlet)
  2. enter titus as a chef (titus andronicus)
  3. storm still (king lear)
  4. falstaff riseth up (henry iv part 1)
  5. exit pursued by a bear (the winter’s tale)
mysteryofthings:

THIS IS ONE OF THE SADDEST POSTERS I HAVE EVER SEEN

mysteryofthings:

THIS IS ONE OF THE SADDEST POSTERS I HAVE EVER SEEN

hermionejg:

It deeply upsets me when people do not find Hamlet hilarious.

(Source: tenscupcake)

walpurgishalle:

Old Germany

mademoisellelapiquante:

The Sound of Music - 1965

mademoisellelapiquante:

The Sound of Music - 1965

fallbabylon:

“All that do this place pass by
Remember death for you must dye
As you are now even so was I
And as I am so shall you be
Thomas gooding here do staye
Wayting for God’s judgement daye”

Norwich- UK

fallbabylon:

“All that do this place pass by

Remember death for you must dye

As you are now even so was I

And as I am so shall you be

Thomas gooding here do staye

Wayting for God’s judgement daye”

Norwich- UK

He sprinted, half believing he could outdistance death itself, ignoring the jets of light flying in the darkness all around him, and the sound of the lake crashing like the sea, and the creaking of the Forest though the night was windless; through grounds that seemed, themselves, to have risen in rebellion, he ran faster than he had ever moved in his life…

(Source: doloresjaneumbridge)

If this isn’t an entrance to a fairy world then I don’t know what is…

Fairy Glen, Isle of Skye, Scotland, April 2014

(Source: -little-owl-)

gothicchristian:

Paul Delaroche

gothicchristian:

Paul Delaroche

(Source: alovelikeautumn)

(Source: ladyamypond)

David Tennant + Tuxedo + Whistling

(Source: fiftysevenacademics)

mustafa-the-poet:

Sir Thomas Lawrence ~ English Actor, John Philip Kemble as Hamlet in 1802
*****
Flights of Angels Sing Thee
*
The Soul is ever the castaway, adrift upon seas of troubles and fortune;
While pensive minds dare speculate in those undiscovered countries,
With tender hearts, aching for those travelers that have gone,
And for those earthly enterprises that have all turned awry.
*
While pensive minds dare speculate in those undiscovered countries,
Those dreaming realms where some find a dark and vast desolation,
While others find themselves in copious gardens of joy and noble delights.
*
With tender hearts, aching for those travelers that have gone,
And all that shall ever go, or go before us, into those unknown vales,
For the heart fears nothing more than, it does, the terror of oblivion.
*
And for those earthly enterprises that have all turned awry,
They ripple, a mere instant, in this furious river that is time.
Think, instead, upon those more splendid moments,
For these will resound, forever ~ in your eternal mind.
*
~ Mustafa Demiri
***

mustafa-the-poet:

Sir Thomas Lawrence ~ English Actor, John Philip Kemble as Hamlet in 1802

*****

Flights of Angels Sing Thee

*

The Soul is ever the castaway, adrift upon seas of troubles and fortune;

While pensive minds dare speculate in those undiscovered countries,

With tender hearts, aching for those travelers that have gone,

And for those earthly enterprises that have all turned awry.

*

While pensive minds dare speculate in those undiscovered countries,

Those dreaming realms where some find a dark and vast desolation,

While others find themselves in copious gardens of joy and noble delights.

*

With tender hearts, aching for those travelers that have gone,

And all that shall ever go, or go before us, into those unknown vales,

For the heart fears nothing more than, it does, the terror of oblivion.

*

And for those earthly enterprises that have all turned awry,

They ripple, a mere instant, in this furious river that is time.

Think, instead, upon those more splendid moments,

For these will resound, forever ~ in your eternal mind.

*

~ Mustafa Demiri

***