anikaanarkia:

First time wearing my PipBoy and belt. They came out pretty cool! They will be finished for Barcelona’s con next month. And I hope I’ll have the jumpsuit too.
In the meanwhile, here you are!!
anikaanarkia:

First time wearing my PipBoy and belt. They came out pretty cool! They will be finished for Barcelona’s con next month. And I hope I’ll have the jumpsuit too.
In the meanwhile, here you are!!
anikaanarkia:

First time wearing my PipBoy and belt. They came out pretty cool! They will be finished for Barcelona’s con next month. And I hope I’ll have the jumpsuit too.
In the meanwhile, here you are!!
anikaanarkia:

First time wearing my PipBoy and belt. They came out pretty cool! They will be finished for Barcelona’s con next month. And I hope I’ll have the jumpsuit too.
In the meanwhile, here you are!!
anikaanarkia:

First time wearing my PipBoy and belt. They came out pretty cool! They will be finished for Barcelona’s con next month. And I hope I’ll have the jumpsuit too.
In the meanwhile, here you are!!

anikaanarkia:

First time wearing my PipBoy and belt. They came out pretty cool! They will be finished for Barcelona’s con next month.
And I hope I’ll have the jumpsuit too.

In the meanwhile, here you are!!

browningtons:

hallovvwvvwvvwvvwvvween:

pr0fessah:

unpopular opinion

i hate these cookies

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Go fuck yourself, you piece of shit. You’re the reason society is crumbling. In 20 years, New York is going to be a pile of ash and dust because people like you exist. This is why I fucking hate tubmlr.

that comment has to be ironic because those cookies are perhaps the grossest thing in a bakery. the frosting is a solid and the cookie is always dry.

You will fucking die for that!!

(Source: witchy-pleakley)

mizukaged:

i couldn’t find a founding fathers otome game so i took matters into my own hands

(Source: londie)

striders:

finishing the main pokemon storyline and then running into level 5 trainers that you accidentally skipped

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wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such. The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)
The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!(Love you forever dada for giving me this)The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’DI don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)Cinematic Photographer’s:"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson

  wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such. The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)
The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!(Love you forever dada for giving me this)The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’DI don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)Cinematic Photographer’s:"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson

  wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such. The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)
The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!(Love you forever dada for giving me this)The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’DI don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)Cinematic Photographer’s:"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson

  wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such. The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)
The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!(Love you forever dada for giving me this)The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’DI don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)Cinematic Photographer’s:"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson

  wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such. The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)
The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!(Love you forever dada for giving me this)The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’DI don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)Cinematic Photographer’s:"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson

  wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such. The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)
The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!(Love you forever dada for giving me this)The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’DI don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)Cinematic Photographer’s:"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson

  wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such. The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)
The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!(Love you forever dada for giving me this)The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’DI don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)Cinematic Photographer’s:"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson

  wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such. The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)
The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!(Love you forever dada for giving me this)The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’DI don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)Cinematic Photographer’s:"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson

  wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such. The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)
The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!(Love you forever dada for giving me this)The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’DI don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)Cinematic Photographer’s:"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson

 

wantedlupin:

Cinematic Photography #001

I’ll start off this line of walk-through my favourite film’s - with ofc, the focus on the photography rather than the quality of actors, storyline and such.
The perfect way to start, was given to me by a group of friends, who - as an ‘early-birthday-present’ gave me the “Jurassic Park”-blueRay- Trilogy.
(THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU GIRLS! I LOVE IT!)


The trilogy of “Jurassic Park” is one of the oldest interests of mine.
From a very young age I was obsessed with Dinosaurs !- It actually ment so much to me, that as "Jurassic Park" aired in the Denmark in 1993, my dad smuggled me into the cinema - I was only 6 years -
And even though I was so afraid and had to squish my dad’s arm all through it, it still is one of my earliest and best cinematic experiences!
(Love you forever dada for giving me this)


The art of the “Jurassic Park”-triology, and what makes them stand out, is ofc the way they made the most realistic Dinosaurs ever created on film. This is for me a fact, as they most of the time use “animatronics”- which are real-life robots.
Even some of the small Dinosaurs (Procompsognathus), where made animatronics as they crawl and eventually eats the actor Peter Stormare.
(sorry for not having a screen-shot of this epic scene - might find it for a later post). bla-bla-bla ___ stopping this ranting - beacuse I don’t know where I wanna go with that.

IT’S JUST A CLASSIC TO BE WATCHED AND REMEMBERED OKAY?! X’D

I don’t have much to say more really, other than these movie’s still gives me the chills. All the music is legendary to me, and I can still totally lose myself in my nerdy universe of being an expert in Dinosaurs ;)

Cinematic Photographer’s:
"Jurassic Park" - Dean Cundey
"The Lost World" - Janusz Zygmunt Kamiński
"Jurassic Park III" -Shelly Johnson