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stoneflowersattic:

Some of the times Vince has been mistaken for Howard’s wife, girlfriend or women. 

Thank you everyone! in just a few days i’m already near my next hundred. I appreciate you all for following and your lovely messages :) 


бесплатная медицина в россии - это, конечно, пздц

slpydnswr:

Southern end of the Königssee, near Obersee Boats Pier.
The Königssee is a lake located in the extreme southeast of Bavaria, near the German-Austrian Border. Lying near the Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden in the municipality of Schönau am Königsee, just south of the Austrian city Salzburg in the German Alps, the Königssee is the deepest lake (190m deep) in Germany. The lake was formed by glaciers during the last ice age. It is 7.7 kilometers long and about 1.7 kilometers across at its widest point. Except at its outlet, the Königsseer Ache at the village of Königssee, the lake is surrounded by steeply rising flanks of alpine mountains, including the fabled “Watzmann” (2713m).
The lake is noted for its clear water and is advertised as the cleanest lake in Germany. For this reason, only electric driven boats, rowboats and pedal boats have been permitted on the lake since 1909. The lake and surrounding parklands are very popular with tourists and hikers.
In addition, the lake’s position surrounded by mountains creates an echo, which is known for its clarity. On boat tours, it has become traditional to stop and play the trumpet to display the echo. St. Bartholomä, a famous pilgrimage church, is located about halfway down the western lakeshore.

slpydnswr:

Southern end of the Königssee, near Obersee Boats Pier.

The Königssee is a lake located in the extreme southeast of Bavaria, near the German-Austrian Border. Lying near the Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden in the municipality of Schönau am Königsee, just south of the Austrian city Salzburg in the German Alps, the Königssee is the deepest lake (190m deep) in Germany. The lake was formed by glaciers during the last ice age. It is 7.7 kilometers long and about 1.7 kilometers across at its widest point. Except at its outlet, the Königsseer Ache at the village of Königssee, the lake is surrounded by steeply rising flanks of alpine mountains, including the fabled “Watzmann” (2713m).

The lake is noted for its clear water and is advertised as the cleanest lake in Germany. For this reason, only electric driven boats, rowboats and pedal boats have been permitted on the lake since 1909. The lake and surrounding parklands are very popular with tourists and hikers.

In addition, the lake’s position surrounded by mountains creates an echo, which is known for its clarity. On boat tours, it has become traditional to stop and play the trumpet to display the echo. St. Bartholomä, a famous pilgrimage church, is located about halfway down the western lakeshore.

deutschland-germany:

Burghausen Castle, Upper Bavaria, Germany

deutschland-germany:

Burghausen Castle, Upper Bavaria, Germany

livelife2risks:

Get in my bed you cutie xox

livelife2risks:

Get in my bed you cutie xox

alemonlemoned:

i know this has been mentioned before, but i’m just over here being forever amused by the fact that gannicus helps agron up and gives him a hug — and then crixus is completely rejected when he reaches a hand up to get help from oenomaus. and then donar and nemetes are fanboying oenomaus after oenomaus and gannicus share a long gaze of brotherhood, and nasir is hugging agron and crixus is just there STILL LYING IN THE DIRT, wondering why this is his life. and then naevia must have helped him up because next we see him he’s on his feet with her right by him

agronandnasir:

oh my god i just want to lick everything

9 photos of Dan Feuerriegel being an adorable asshole and ruining everyone’s lives

redridingdude:

This is my favorite scene…. gone mad ♥

redridingdude:

This is my favorite scene…. gone mad ♥

frodoforever:

“Across Gorgoroth” by Ted Nasmith (can you spot the two tiny figures making their way across?)
 

frodoforever:

“Across Gorgoroth” by Ted Nasmith (can you spot the two tiny figures making their way across?)

 

kaileylang:

mewstew:

goodnamesgone:

The Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland.

    The mostly hexagonal basalt columns were formed as lava rapidly cooled and cracked after a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago. 

wh0ah

Fascinating and beautiful.
villesdeurope:

Lindau, Germany

villesdeurope:

Lindau, Germany