This is probably the coolest GIF I’ve ever seen.
now there’s some perspective.
I once saw a storm roll like this once. It was beautiful.
Phantasia - The Point of No Return & Final Lair
This is what heaven sounds like to me.
Speechless…… The pheels….. It’s like Erik is playing the music himself.
This is just too perfect. So haunting and captivating.
One of my most played songs on spotify. <3
“And Then…” is a collaborative photography project between photographer Jo Metson Scott and artist/set designer Nicola Yeoman. Each photograph depicts an open narrative set in a wooded scene, whether it be a ghostly horse drawn carriage or a downed hot air balloon — the series is ethereal, beautiful and thoughtful.
"Death must be so beautiful. To lie in the soft brown earth, with the grasses waving above one’s head, and listen to silence. To have no yesterday, and no to-morrow. To forget time, to forgive life, to be at peace."- Oscar Wilde
ok so i guess i’m releasing them since technically they should have been released quite a while ago!!
My parents were watching the tv a week or so ago, while I was sat on the sofa going through a photoshoot I’d done earlier that day. I wasn’t watching the programme and had little idea what was going on but when I heard Paloma Faith’s ‘Do you want the truth or something beautiful?’ I looked up and was met with this beautiful scene. I’m not much for watching the tv, there are very few shows I keep up with and even then I either watch them online or wait for them to come out on dvd. Saying that though, the tv at home is often on when I’m in the living room so while I don’t actively watch it, I do see it. This scene, without a doubt, is the most inspiring and beautiful scene I’ve ever seen. It makes me wish that I had the talent to film things like this and will no doubt inspire a photoshoot in the not-too-distant future (I hope). Without even watching the rest of the show I’m gleaning a story from it and it’s powerful - even without the context. It’s simple but beautiful. I love finding little gems like this. I love it even more when they end up on youtube and I can watch them over and over and form my own pretty little ideas.
I think this is beautiful.