Making life means making trouble - George Bernard Shaw

An Edit a Day - Benedict Cumberbatch - [394/?]
An Edit a Day - Benedict Cumberbatch - [394/?]
forever-abc:

Some may see it as a blessing, others, a curse…#Forever premieres Monday & Tuesday at 10|9c on ABC!

forever-abc:

Some may see it as a blessing, others, a curse…

#Forever premieres Monday & Tuesday at 10|9c on ABC!

essie:

Start your fall fashion inspiration from the nails up, with our favorite shades of the season.

essie:

Start your fall fashion inspiration from the nails up, with our favorite shades of the season.

st1ckysw33t:

North Topsail Beach

st1ckysw33t:

North Topsail Beach

undr:

Elliott Erwitt, New York City, 1974
Thanks to snowce

undr:

Elliott Erwitt, New York City, 1974

Thanks to snowce


@KatePeople: Remember when #BenedictCumberbatch stopped by to take some pics with Keira Knightley at #TIFF14? Here’s a sneak peak!

@KatePeople: Remember when #BenedictCumberbatch stopped by to take some pics with Keira Knightley at #TIFF14? Here’s a sneak peak!

jamiecrazybower:

Jamie arriving @ Burberry Show, London, 15th Sept 2014

I bet he found some fan excited as me…

worlddelevingne:

cara jocelyn delevingne burberry ♥♥

worlddelevingne:

cara jocelyn delevingne burberry ♥♥

littlenancydrewthings:

Meet the real-life inspiration for Thornton Hall, the historic Oak Alley Plantation in Louisiana. Built in 1837 as a sugar cane plantation, the house is nearly identical to Thornton Hall from the outside, as you can see. Even the interior is similar, especially the dining room, which closely resembles the parlor where we see Clara, and the entry hall, complete with narrow stairs on the left wall. (I couldn’t find decent quality pictures of the interior.) Hauntings have been reported by many visitors and staff, everything from flickering lights and ghostly figures, to flying candlesticks and the sound of someone crying. Imagine visiting this place on a foggy night. Future Clue Crew gathering site, perhaps…?

littlenancydrewthings:

Meet the real-life inspiration for Thornton Hall, the historic Oak Alley Plantation in Louisiana. Built in 1837 as a sugar cane plantation, the house is nearly identical to Thornton Hall from the outside, as you can see. Even the interior is similar, especially the dining room, which closely resembles the parlor where we see Clara, and the entry hall, complete with narrow stairs on the left wall. (I couldn’t find decent quality pictures of the interior.) Hauntings have been reported by many visitors and staff, everything from flickering lights and ghostly figures, to flying candlesticks and the sound of someone crying. Imagine visiting this place on a foggy night. Future Clue Crew gathering site, perhaps…?