My name is Claudia.
This picture should have more than the amount of notes it has, this shows us that not ever thing is “picture perfect” and that behind that smile and those eyes there is fear. So I beg you to please reblog this instead of a pair of shoes, someone smoking a blunt, and clothes … because this picture is literally worth 1,000 words.
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After a while, everything is just stuff! That’s the problem. You make all of space and time your backyard and what do you have? A backyard.
#These are actually my feelings of Doctor Who #With the exception that there will always be something new to see or hear or read #But I mean with older episodes #That I’ve seen so many times I can quote them in my sleep and see them in my dreams #That I can pick apart for meaning or sing with the score #I know how it all began #And I know how it ends #And I was there both times #But new whovians #New whovians can see it #And when they see it I see it (via nonlinear-nonsubjective)
“Gardens play an important role in Christian art. The first paradise was a garden—the Garden of Eden, a place of unlimited abundance that Adam and Eve lost through sin. In the Renaissance, artists often painted Eden as a verdant, well-watered orchard protected by high walls.” —curator Bryan Keene