emma swan + smiling
This whole island is his bloody trap.
for someone who’s 70% water you don’t look very refreshing
water cannot be burned
"Actually it’s hard to act @Jared_Gilmore cause I’m always kissing that cute face of urs!"
"She is like a second mom to me for real. She is the best”
I made these as a way to compile all the geographical vocabulary that I thought was useful and interesting for writers. Some descriptors share categories, and some are simplified, but for the most part everything is in its proper place. Not all the words are as useable as others, and some might take tricky wording to pull off, but I hope these prove useful to all you writers out there!
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Captain Swan posters: the chapters where these two bastards share scene together.
Aaaaaaand, this one:
becoming ‘Hook’ - 2x04 The Crocodile
A dream is a wish your heart makes…
Someone you don’t know adds you on Facebook:
Someone you don’t know follows you on Tumblr:
Someone sends you a Facebook message:
Someone writes in your Tumblr askbox:
Scrolling through Facebook:
Scrolling through Tumblr:
Loses a friend on Facebook:
Loses a follower on Tumblr:
Error on Facebook:
Error on Tumblr:
Facebook at 2 am:
Tumblr at 2 am:
Someone sends you a dirty message on Facebook:
Someone sends you a dirty message on Tumblr:
Daisy Buchanan. The Golden Girl. A breathless warmth flowed from her. A promise that there was no one else in the world she so wanted to see.
But will we always lose each other too…is that our fate?
"I was driving along the Rift Valley highway about 3 hours from Nairobi when I looked up to my right and saw an old shack on the hill, and a voice in my head told me I must stop. I ran up the hill and was about to start taking photos of the old hut in the distance, when a group of kids approached and enthusiastically wanted to be photographed. The striking girl in her Sunday best dress stood out from the crowd, and it wasn’t just because she was holding a huge machete. I was instantly drawn to the contrast and clash of masculine and feminine polarities within her."
Jonathan May (via LensCulture)
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