#one of the ways in which mads mikkelsen is always doing more work than would first appear #he has this blithely cheerful affect #as though human beings are terribly amusing #and he enjoys watching them crawl blindly through the mazes he creates for them #so he delivers the news that hobbs’s life is over—he’ll be captured or killed—with impeccable manners#and then gives an ironic quirk of his head as he ends tha call #like ‘well good luck with that’ #there’s a wonderful incongruity between the kind of tv show that hannibal thinks he’s in #which is beautiful and sunny and gently comedic #and the brutal unfathomable horrorland of a show he’s actually in #hannibal’s scenes have a delightful and awful absurdity #he’s the man standing in the middle of the gore and violence and psychological torment wondering what all the fuss is about (Via elucipher)
Dear god I want to slather myself in your tags you are glorious
Landscape as a Witness to War by Marc Wilson
Along European coastline, unintentional monuments to past conflicts still stand. Built to keep foreign forces out during WWII.
Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini: Diana and Endymion, 1708–19.
tiny little turn ons:
- people leaning against walls with one shoulder while they talk
- catching somebody turning away smiling at a joke you made
- people who linger on a hug for just a second after you let go
- somebody glancing at your lips while you’re talking
the last one tho