Emma Louise | Boy (Spada Remix)
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The significance of Lydia being in the dream, is it basically because she’s in his heart? Oh well, yes. That’s absolutely why she’s there. I thought that was really clever. That would totally be one of Stiles’ dreams. You know, people who you hold in your heart, in your mind and soul. I’m sure Stiles dreams about Lydia like every night, you know? It’s just a common thing. - Dylan O’Brien (x)
not an an anon question BUT HI WELCOME BACK EVEN IF IT ENDS UP BEING ONLY FOR TODAY
I’M SO SORRY I’VE BEEN BUSY WITH LIFE STUFF. I DON’T KNOW WHEN OR IF I WILL BE BACK, BUT JUST KNOW I’M DOING WELL. and that i hope all of you are doing well too, and i’m just horrible at managing my time in general hence the radio silence.
when do you think we'll see the next chapter of "on the corner of maple and vine" xoxo
maybe a quarter to never because i’m human trash
how do you make your edits? im curious because theyre all so beautiful!!
thank you! lol this is the worst answer possible because i was just going to say “photoshop cs5”.
i haven’t opened up ps in so long i expect i’ll be crap, so i’m going to need a whole lot of practice (and praying) (and accidents that turn out better than the ones i had planned in my head) (which, incidentally, is indeed how i end up with the shit i make).
Nigeria Before Colonisation
Seventeenth-century engraving illustrating a court ceremony. In the foreground is the king of Benin on horseback, surrounded by musicians, dwarfs, and attendants with tame leopards, and leading a procession of chiefs and warriors, also on horseback. The middle ground shows the royal palace, which has high turrents surmounted by large cast-brass birds with outstretched wings. In the background, separated by a wall, is the town of Benin. Presided over by the oba, or king, the city was both a major trading center and the religious and political capital of the Edo people.
Source: From Olfert Dapper, Beschreibung von Afrika (1967: pl. opp. 486), first published in Amsterdam in 1670.