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c0ssette:

The Lament for Icarus (detail) 1898,Herbert James Draper.

c0ssette:

The Lament for Icarus (detail) 1898,Herbert James Draper.

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firefansandbellydance:

cocacolajcc:

ceasepool:

ecmajor:

+100 to DO WANT

That’s fucking awesome

i want these for reasons o3o

I want for reasons.. and the horns she makes are awesome too


This was the first movie I saw in the theater, and I still adore every bit of it. ^_^  (Including this scene, even though the Red Bull scared the BEANS out of me when I was little.  I had SUCH nightmares after seeing this movie- dreaming the Bull was chasing me! *lol*)
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saraia:


The Last Unicorn (1982)

The first film I ever saw at the cinema. I loved the book too.

This was the first movie I saw in the theater, and I still adore every bit of it. ^_^  (Including this scene, even though the Red Bull scared the BEANS out of me when I was little.  I had SUCH nightmares after seeing this movie- dreaming the Bull was chasing me! *lol*)

saraia:

The Last Unicorn (1982)


The first film I ever saw at the cinema. I loved the book too.


to have and to hold

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*lol*  So much win. ^_^
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*lol*  So much win. ^_^

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eaja:

Art by Vladimir Nenov

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Dear Disney, this is how it’s done. ^_^  (I like Disney’s too, but this reminds me so much of the original HCA book I had when I was little- which also had the real ending, and the details about her footsteps. ♥♥)
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mermanryansfinds:

 Little Mermaid - The Price of being Human by Qinni

Dear Disney, this is how it’s done. ^_^  (I like Disney’s too, but this reminds me so much of the original HCA book I had when I was little- which also had the real ending, and the details about her footsteps. ♥♥)

mermanryansfinds:

Little Mermaid - The Price of being Human by Qinni

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So strikingly ethereal.. I have no words… XD
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poisoned-calla:

Diana - Jules Joseph LeFebvre (1836-1911).

So strikingly ethereal.. I have no words… XD

poisoned-calla:

Diana - Jules Joseph LeFebvre (1836-1911).

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YES please! XD

theneverbird:

One day…

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