I THANK YOU FOR SWORDFISH
right of birth breakfast
i killed everybody
I see the clipping in the first one but what’s the second one
i actually dont see the clipping in the first one?? but the second one elsa’s braid phases right through her arm when she brings it forward. not over her shoulder. literally through her arm
the thumb clips through the shirt in the first one
clipping in hd
Pipos Doll Animation (by DollPaCa)
That was sadder than the opening bit in Pixar’s UP.
Everything about this was perfect. The animation could not be any better; the lack of actual words yet it still portrays rich emotion. In the beginning, it shows how a family can continue on. But as it goes, it shows that tragedy can still happen. Life is life.
There are tears rolling down my face, and the only thing I would criticize is that felt no closure in the end. When the screen went black it felt like my heart stopped because I didn’t want it to end.
it takes two
Meet Indiana and Harlow, Instagram’s dynamic doggie duo.
When it comes to being best friends, size definitely doesn’t matter.
Indiana is like a pint sized accessory Harlow likes to carry around. Depending on the occasion, Indiana makes the perfect hat. Or a cosy scarf.
Follow Indiana and Harlow to see what their next adventure will be.
NO I CANT
GIRLS ACTUALLY DO THIS
WHEN WE GET REALLY HAPPY LIKE THAT
AND CANT STAY STILL
AND GET A LIL BIT EMBARRASSED ABT IT
BOYS DO IT TOO
I CAN CONFIRM
ya i do this
Yeeees, we do, too.
yeah, they really do, I’ve seen it and it’s precious
Chino Otsuka : Imagine Finding Me
Chino Otsuka uses photography and video to explore the fluid relationship between the memory, time and photography. At age 10 she moved from Japan to the United Kingdom to attend school. Her experience of becoming familiar with a new place, a different language and new customs while she was developing her adolescent identity has profoundly shaped her work in photography, video and writing. Her series Imagine Finding Me consists of double self-portraits, with images of her present self beside her past self in various places she has visited. As Otsuka says: “The digital process becomes a tool, almost like a time machine, as I’m embarking on the journey to where I once belonged and at the same time becoming a tourist in my own history.” - via AGO
I am unexpectedly weepy looking at this.
gosh that’s… moving in a really gentle kind of “mother your inner child” way…
It’s so good that I ALMOST SCROLLED PAST IT because I assumed they were just regular pictures
rebloggin’ my teeth tips again.