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by: kipa

(Source: jhuu-kauer)

scurviesdisneyblog:

Newly released Frozen concept art!

(Source: novedadesdisney.blogspot.com)

atavus:

Matthew Williams - I Love You Not, 2010

claytoncubitt:

It’s our pleasure to serve you.

alecshao:

Chris Larson - Deep North (2008)

Set into the snow, this abandoned house had the artist working in below zero temperatures to get the interior and exterior carved out just right. During the coldest months the dilapidated house was sprayed with thousands of gallons of water and left to freeze. The result was chilling, and at some points looks more like a thick coat of white acrylic.”

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

A “Hit & Run” Interview with Kristen Bell & Dax Shepard

Dax Shepard:
But tell him about the project you’re doing.
Kristen Bell:
What am I doing?
Dax Shepard:
You’re a princess.
Kristen Bell:
(Kristen smiles.) Oh…
Dax Shepard:
A princess who sings.
(Kristen’s smile grows wider.)
Kristen Bell:
But I don’t know if I can say it.
Dax Shepard:
She’s a Disney princess–
Playmaker Magazine:
Are you talking about Frozen?
Kristen Bell:
Oh, I can say it! Yeah, they announced it! Sorry, I got nervous because sometimes I say things in interviews that I didn’t know weren’t okay. Long story short–
Dax Shepard:
Heaven forbid they get some additional publicity!
Playmaker Magazine:
(Laughs) They would hate that!
Kristen Bell:
But Frozen is really fun for me because it has far and away been my number one dream that I used to put in my diary. I wanted to be a Disney princess. I have audio tapes of me singing to The Little Mermaid, just in case I needed them in the future.
Playmaker Magazine:
(Laughs) Right.
Kristen Bell:
So to be doing Frozen is quite literally my dream come true.

fire&ice (by T|F|F)

Day Thirty Eight on Flickr.

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bauldoff:

Wonderful images of the Siberian Lake Baikal by photographer Matthieu Paley.
Paley’s work was featured in Serko, a book (and film) telling the true story of equestrian Dmitri Peshkov and his horse, Serko. The duo rode 200 days and 9,000 kilometers from Blagoveshchensk, Siberia, to Saint Petersburg, Russia, 1889-1890.
Paley recounts his experience to Outside Magazine.
(via notcot)

celestedanielle:

mozzah:

bauldoff:


Wonderful images of the Siberian Lake Baikal by photographer Matthieu Paley.

Paley’s work was featured in Serko, a book (and film) telling the true story of equestrian Dmitri Peshkov and his horse, Serko. The duo rode 200 days and 9,000 kilometers from Blagoveshchensk, Siberia, to Saint Petersburg, Russia, 1889-1890.

Paley recounts his experience to Outside Magazine.

(via notcot)

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