Welcome to the dollhouse.
Bonus gif! Anthony Rizzo is much delighted by Welington’s homer.
retrocampaigns:

… yeah, I don’t really know why I made this, either.
Via the Brady National Photographic Art Gallery / National Archives

retrocampaigns:

… yeah, I don’t really know why I made this, either.

Via the Brady National Photographic Art Gallery / National Archives

gameraboy:

The Little Mermaid (1989)

gameraboy:

The Little Mermaid (1989)

abigaildonaldson:

Gradient gowns at Elie Saab Haute Couture Spring 2014

abigaildonaldson:

Gradient gowns at Elie Saab Haute Couture Spring 2014

spaceplasma:

Titan, Dione, and Saturn

This animation is composed of sixteen wide-angle frames captured by Cassini on July 29, 2007. The images were taken through a filter in a methane “window,” so details in Saturn’s clouds and on Titan’s surface that are usually obscured by methane haze are visible. Each image has been colorized based upon other natural-color Cassini images.
Titan transits Saturn from left to right as much smaller, brighter Dione moves from right to left at the extreme right edge of this image. Saturn’s rings are seen edge-on so are almost invisible. The rings cast broad black shadows on Saturn’s northern hemisphere. The full-size version is best viewed as a Quicktime movie (264k)

Credit: NASA / JPL / SSI / color and animation by Gordan Ugarkovic

spaceplasma:

Titan, Dione, and Saturn

This animation is composed of sixteen wide-angle frames captured by Cassini on July 29, 2007. The images were taken through a filter in a methane “window,” so details in Saturn’s clouds and on Titan’s surface that are usually obscured by methane haze are visible. Each image has been colorized based upon other natural-color Cassini images.

Titan transits Saturn from left to right as much smaller, brighter Dione moves from right to left at the extreme right edge of this image. Saturn’s rings are seen edge-on so are almost invisible. The rings cast broad black shadows on Saturn’s northern hemisphere. The full-size version is best viewed as a Quicktime movie (264k)

Credit: NASA / JPL / SSI / color and animation by Gordan Ugarkovic