This is what happens when a cultural omnivore meets a mixed-media blog.

 

kotakucom:

This is the village of Nukumori no Mori, or, in English, the Forest of Warmth, in Shizuoka, Japan. People say visiting it is like jumping into a Studio Ghibli movie.

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

photosynthelys:

thr3ads:

gengaa:

how clear is that water?!

i thought the fish were just laid on the floor

aaaaah!!!

I didn’t know water this clear existed… wth

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

photosynthelys:

thr3ads:

gengaa:

how clear is that water?!

i thought the fish were just laid on the floor

aaaaah!!!

I didn’t know water this clear existed… wth

Hercules + references to other Greek myths

This movie is so underrated.

(Source: fire1ord)

pantareiistheonlyanswer:

positivebodyimageinspiration:

bookofvioletskies:

willcub:

So many of you are too young to remember why Diana, Princess of Wales, was such a remarkable person.  She pissed off most of Buckingham Palace, was her own woman, and wasn’t afraid to get down out of the motorcade and be with the regular people.

She was a regular person, just with a title and fancy clothes.  

Among the first big “names” to visit, talk to, and even touch those dying of AIDS in English hospitals, Diana’s trademark was her ability to break down insurmountable barriers.

I remember her.

This is important.

she changed the british royal family. forever

(Source: dianaspot)

The Library of Congress has made a ton of images available of women working during WWII — actual real-life riveting Rosies. You can see a bunch more at Stuff Mom Never Told You.

(Source: bigfatfeminist)