There is something discombobulating about Ring Wraiths using umbrellas. Just because the actors are portraying fantastical worlds or lush time periods doesn't mean they don't need modern conveniences.
You know you would love to see how this would play out
Cephalopod is evolving! This little guy was bound and determined to share his seafood dinner with his human observers.
You know what the Internet was missing? A comprehensive list of Disney afternoon cartoon intros. Now we can all take comfort knowing that it exists.
This day an age of technology we can't forget the analog internet cafes with dark wood, detailed workmanship, leaded glass windows and tier after towering tier of books â€“ classic historic libraries are a bibliophileâ€™s dream.
Such a great game, and such beautiful music.
A little treat for all my fellow Whovians.
In the future wasteland of post-apocalyptic America, survivors will be able to track ancient popular culture based on these photos alone. Does it look like Mickey snorted a line before the parade to anyone else?
Timeless words of wisdom from the man himself.
Puzzlewood is an ancient woodland site in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, England. J.R.R. Tolkien used this woodland as inspiration for Lord of the Rings, and it has since become a popular location for filming both movies and television programs. Something extra going on in that last picture.