itsmyfreakin:

…I like to think that when Garrus and Femshep “retire somewhere tropical”, they just get a beach house where they have epic water fights with the rest of the Normandy crew.

I have this odd habit of drawing my favorite characters from any series in swimwear I want but can’t afford. :P

Side note: who says well-placed cutouts are exclusive to human swimsuits? :D

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Questionyou need to stop using that damn B) thing *takes your shades away* Answer

yuki-menoko:


Disney Colors of the Rainbow (✿◠‿◠)

Disney Colors of the Rainbow (✿◠‿◠)

Disney Colors of the Rainbow (✿◠‿◠)

Disney Colors of the Rainbow (✿◠‿◠)

Disney Colors of the Rainbow (✿◠‿◠)

Disney Colors of the Rainbow (✿◠‿◠)
Disney Colors of the Rainbow (✿◠‿◠)

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/distant rumbling/ /crashing noises/ /breaks down a wall/ FOUR MINUTES YOU SAY. CONSUELO YOUR LIFE JUST GOT SAVED FROM A HORRIBLE WASHING MACHINE-INDUCED DEATH

IS THAT SISSEL
SISSEL DID YOU SAVE ME FROM DYING VIA MACH 5 WASHING MACHINE

GOTTA WASH FAST

IT WAS LITERALLY GOING SO FREAKING FAST THE STUFF INSIDE IT WAS PUSHED TO THE EDGES AND IT WENT ON LIKE THAT FOR FOUR MINUTES I WAS SO SCARED

frogmanslightschool:

That pesky sky, amirite? So many times, we want to make beautiful landscape images and are plagued by the dreaded “sky too bright/land too dark” problem. No one piece of equipment can alleviate this problem, but I have a simple solution (no tripod necessary!). All you need is basic Photoshop knowledge. No trekking up mountains with your tripod and hoping all of your exposures line up in post.

So, you take an image, like the one above. Bring it into Lightroom and make two virtual copies (so you have three total). Develop one image so the sky is perfectly exposed, develop the second so the mountains look perfect, and the third for the river. Select all three images and right click to open them as layers in Photoshop.

Once you have them open, create masks for each layer, revealing only the area you have developed for and voila! You have a beautiful, perfectly exposed image made from only one original shot. It’s not always fool-proof, as sometimes you can clip certain parts of the image if you aren’t careful, but nearly always works quite well.

Photography by Bex

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  1. Camera: Canon EOS 6D
  2. Aperture: f/5
  3. Exposure: 1/320th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm

And the WASHING MACHINE IS GOING SO FREAKING FAST I AM ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIED IS IT SUPPOSED TO GO AT MACH 5 SPEED

scienceisbeauty:

The importance of teamwork. The insects were caught on camera forming a tower to reach the top of a bird cage they were being kept in.

Source: Escape ants are a tower of strength (Daily Express)

heartonpins:

My Princess Yum Yum! I was just sitting there playing with my hair and I guess it summoned like 9 photographers..
Taken by: jedi_dark_knight
heartonpins:

My Princess Yum Yum! I was just sitting there playing with my hair and I guess it summoned like 9 photographers..
Taken by: jedi_dark_knight

heartonpins:

My Princess Yum Yum! I was just sitting there playing with my hair and I guess it summoned like 9 photographers..

Taken by: jedi_dark_knight