Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far away.
There can be no triumph without loss. No victory without suffering. No freedom without sacrifice.
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Hu Huishan Memorial // Jiakun Architects
"god doesn’t want you to be happy, he wants you to be strong."
Sophie Turner by Kristin Vicari.
Conceptual photographs by Martin Vlach. The artist digitally merges his own photography with elements of nature to create surreal, atmospheric scenes that feel both isolating and mysterious.
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The word werewolf derives from Old English wer/were and wulf. The first part, wer, translates as “man.” An alternative etymology derives from Old English weri (to wear); in this case “werewolf” would indicate a warrior who wore wolf-pelts, noted for his uncontrollable battle rage. A third possible derivation is from warg-wolf/vargulf, a term referring to a rogue wolf.
The term lycanthropy comes from Ancient Greek λυκάνθρωπος (lykánthropos): λύκος (lýkos) (“wolf”) + άνθρωπος (ánthrōpos) (“human”).
Just another teenage huntress.
THE GIRLS IN 3-B: PAPERBACK COVER PRELIMINARY ART
By James Alfred Meese