Ice Cave Study!
since when did ice look so inviting?
This week we turn our attention to La Maupin, Julie d’Aubigny: sword-slinger, opera singer, and larger-than-life bisexual celebrity of 17th century France. Her life was a whirlwind of duels, seduction, graverobbing, and convent-burning so intense that she had to be pardoned by the king of France TWICE. Read on for more.
Palette Meme. Thranduil. #19
I’ve been dying to do this entry for a while now. Introducing Shajar-al-Durr, who: was a Muslim sultan that ruled in her own name; stopped the Seventh Crusade dead in its tracks; captured one of the most powerful monarchs in the world; and ransomed him back to his own freakin’ country.
My forecast is very concerned with precision and syntax: *A* (single) thunderstorm; Times of clouds and sun; A shower *or* thunderstorm.
Master copy of Goro Fujita
INDIA, Allahabad : Indian Muslim devotees break their Ramadan fast outside the Shah Baba Mosque at Allahabad Junction railway station in Allahabad on July 3, 2014. Like millions of Muslim around the world, Indian Muslims celebrate the month of Ramadan by abstaining from eating, drinking, and smoking as well as sexual activities from dawn to dusk. AFP PHOTO / SANJAY KANOJIA
This poor little fellow tried to jump on me from a higher level but dashed on the plexiglass with a loud bang.