15 5 / 2014

edenliaothewomb:

Cate Blanchett for Giorgio Armani ‘Si’ Fragrance Campaign, 2013.

edenliaothewomb:

Cate Blanchett for Giorgio Armani ‘Si’ Fragrance Campaign, 2013.

07 5 / 2014

07 5 / 2014

iloveunited:

"It was a great feeling, you can’t compare it to anything else. The first goal was just sheer euphoria and then the second was just a great experience. The ground is a lot different without 75,000 people, but just to play here even in front of a small crowd for the Under-21s is still a great experience to play on such a ground. With all the fans here it was even better."

- James Wilson (Premier League 2013/14: Manchester United 3 - Hull City 1)

07 5 / 2014

iloveunited:

"James made a terrific debut. I thought Tom did really well on the left too, neither of them were fazed by it. They came in and did themselves no harm, it was great to see that they both settled in well. I tried to make it as comfortable as possible for them, telling them to play their normal game and they did that. The manager said before the game that as they were playing well they’ll get their chance. They certainly took it and that’s all you can ask."
- Michael Carrick (Premier League 2013/14: Manchester United 3 - Hull City 1)

iloveunited:

"James made a terrific debut. I thought Tom did really well on the left too, neither of them were fazed by it. They came in and did themselves no harm, it was great to see that they both settled in well. I tried to make it as comfortable as possible for them, telling them to play their normal game and they did that. The manager said before the game that as they were playing well they’ll get their chance. They certainly took it and that’s all you can ask."

- Michael Carrick (Premier League 2013/14: Manchester United 3 - Hull City 1)

07 5 / 2014

17 4 / 2014

sr4oldpics:

Sergio & Jese facetime~~!

sr4oldpics:

Sergio & Jese facetime~~!

(via swirlytops)

23 2 / 2014

nevver:

Half full, half empty

half true,half wrong

23 2 / 2014

escapekit:

Time Slice Series

Photographer Dan Marker-Moore’s latest project is a series of collages in which a single image is made up of slices of photos taken in a time lapse. 

(Source: designtaxi.com)

20 2 / 2014


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14 2 / 2014

theatlantic:

Russia’s Gold-Medal Figure Skaters: Celeb-Relationship Status Pioneers

Just before Russian figure-skating pair Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov took the ice in last night’s free-skate event, NBC cut to a short package about the gold-medal favorites (and eventual gold medalists). After a few moments’ worth of practice footage and behind-the-scenes stories from the four years the pair has been skating together, NBC’s reporter asked Trankov and Volosozhar the inevitable question: Is the palpable, sensual chemistry they exude on the ice based in real-life romance?
Given the unique talent, rare achievements, and all-consuming dedication of these two world-class athletes, it’s obviously somewhat silly for a reporter to push past the discussion of their professional accomplishments and instead ask about love lives. But the modern Olympics, whether we like it or not, have become an opportunity for viewers to get to know elite athletes by proxy, to feel like they’re rooting for their friends-once-removed. It’s only natural to want to know what kind of love drives a champion to succeed at the Games—in this case, whether it’s love of sport, love of country, or love of teammate.
Listening to the reporter’s paraphrasing during the segment, you might get the impression that the Volosozhar and Trankov are simply elusive or private about the status of their relationship off the ice; they’d effectively skirted the issue for some time now, the reporter summarized. But Volosozhar and Trankov’s assessment of whether they’re a couple was both direct and quietly astonishing: They are, sort of.
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lovely pair.

theatlantic:

Russia’s Gold-Medal Figure Skaters: Celeb-Relationship Status Pioneers

Just before Russian figure-skating pair Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov took the ice in last night’s free-skate event, NBC cut to a short package about the gold-medal favorites (and eventual gold medalists). After a few moments’ worth of practice footage and behind-the-scenes stories from the four years the pair has been skating together, NBC’s reporter asked Trankov and Volosozhar the inevitable question: Is the palpable, sensual chemistry they exude on the ice based in real-life romance?

Given the unique talent, rare achievements, and all-consuming dedication of these two world-class athletes, it’s obviously somewhat silly for a reporter to push past the discussion of their professional accomplishments and instead ask about love lives. But the modern Olympics, whether we like it or not, have become an opportunity for viewers to get to know elite athletes by proxy, to feel like they’re rooting for their friends-once-removed. It’s only natural to want to know what kind of love drives a champion to succeed at the Games—in this case, whether it’s love of sport, love of country, or love of teammate.

Listening to the reporter’s paraphrasing during the segment, you might get the impression that the Volosozhar and Trankov are simply elusive or private about the status of their relationship off the ice; they’d effectively skirted the issue for some time now, the reporter summarized. But Volosozhar and Trankov’s assessment of whether they’re a couple was both direct and quietly astonishing: They are, sort of.

Read more.

lovely pair.