"Go down, get the beacon, get out. Got it. Won’t even scratch the new armor, Captain."

"Go down, get the beacon, get out. Got it. Won’t even scratch the new armor, Captain."

(Source: antivacity)

marcgruninger:

Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico.
© marc gruninger 2014

marcgruninger:

Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico.

© marc gruninger 2014

The game world is patterned after some of what we know, and the characters are written to be somewhat identifiable in their efforts and actions, their motivations and desires. That makes them sympathetic beings, gives them allure, makes us want to click on them, move them around, get to know them, and therefore see their world through their eyes. But where do we draw the fine lines, cast the straws for what is “realistic,” especially when we delve into worlds of fantasy? In our games, yes, human emotion is an undercurrent, logic and reason as we know it, but the opportunities and challenges presented to characters there are seldom anything we will ever, could ever, encounter. 
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chicagopubliclibrary:

Antique Book Patterns From Bergen Public Library

Fun project from Bergen Public Library!

A Beautiful collection of antique book patterns from front or end papers. Spanning from 1890-1930.

Click here to see more antique book covers!

bookporn:

alfreditoromano:

#DíaMundialDelLibro y el amor.

"Because in books I knew ideal love"
<3

bookporn:

alfreditoromano:

#DíaMundialDelLibro y el amor.

"Because in books I knew ideal love"

<3

lostsplendor:

Gloria Swanson, ca. 1920s via mattsko.wordpress.com

lostsplendor:

Gloria Swanson, ca. 1920s via mattsko.wordpress.com

flashofgod:

Vivian Maier photo, Untitled.

flashofgod:

Vivian Maier photo, Untitled.