St Michael’s Mount / Marazion



Albus Severus Potter and the curse of the awful name.

"It is our names, Albus, that show which child our parents really hate, far more than our abilities"

I’m adding this one because it’s my favourite 

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If you want to learn about comedic timing and perfect delivery, you start and end with A Bit of Fry and Laurie.

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  • rowena: i'm looking over the plans
  • godric: yeah
  • rowena: what's this weird series of rooms accessible only by a hatch in a room on the right hand side of the third floor corridor
  • godric: oh that's for if we ever need to hide a priceless artifact for some reason
  • rowena: why would we hide a priceless artifact in a school
  • godric: safest place
  • rowena: fucking is it though?? there's a giant snake somewhere
  • [in the distance]
  • salazar: there's no snake you are wrong stop being wrong


what if instead of a same gender detective partnership who keep getting mistaken for a romantic couple, you had a same gender romantic couple who keep getting mistaken for detectives
‘hello, I’m sam darling, and this is my partner gregory hitch’ ‘AH YES THE PRIVATE DETECTIVES’ ‘what??? no we just came for some ice cream why is there police tape everywhere’

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That face!


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Salzburg from bellow and above »» Thomas Hanks

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This evening, I sat by an open window
and read till the light was gone and the book
was no more than a part of the darkness.
I could easily have switched on a lamp,
but I wanted to ride this day down into night,
to sit alone and smooth the unreadable page
with the pale gray ghost of my hand.
Ted Kooser, “A Happy Birthday”, in Delights and Shadows (via hiddenshores)

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Southern hemisphere by Robert Kirkwood. [Edinburgh : J. Thomson & Co., 1814] Hemispherical map of the southern hemisphere centered on the South Pole. (via slnswmaps)

"There is no probability, that any other detached body of land, of nearly equal extent, will ever be found in a more southern latitude [than Australia]." Matthew Flinders (1814)