eliiroth:

The Shining (1980)

eliiroth:

The Shining (1980)

labyrinth-of-butts:

im-the-voodoo-child:

Frances Bean Cobain by Hedi Slimane. (July 2011) Part II

Good god she’s perfect

"I’m like that. Either I forget right away or I never forget."

Samuel Beckett; “Waiting for Godot” (via ohfairies)

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365daysofhorror:

Photos from the cemetery used in Hocus Pocus. It’s in Marble Head, Mass and it is gorgeous. More on my Instagram

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peterfromtexas:

Oregon’s Monster Mushroom is World’s Biggest Living Thing
The largest living organism ever found has been discovered in an ancient American forest.
The Armillaria ostoyae, popularly known as the honey mushroom, started from a single spore too small to see without a microscope. It has been spreading its black shoestring filaments, called rhizomorphs, through the forest for an estimated 2,400 years, killing trees as it grows. It now covers 2,200 acres (880 hectares) of the Malheur National Forest, in eastern Oregon.
The outline of the giant fungus stretches 3.5 miles (5.6 kilometres) across, and it extends an average of three feet (one metre) into the ground. It covers an area as big as 1,665 football fields.
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peterfromtexas:

Oregon’s Monster Mushroom is World’s Biggest Living Thing

The largest living organism ever found has been discovered in an ancient American forest.

The Armillaria ostoyae, popularly known as the honey mushroom, started from a single spore too small to see without a microscope. It has been spreading its black shoestring filaments, called rhizomorphs, through the forest for an estimated 2,400 years, killing trees as it grows. It now covers 2,200 acres (880 hectares) of the Malheur National Forest, in eastern Oregon.

The outline of the giant fungus stretches 3.5 miles (5.6 kilometres) across, and it extends an average of three feet (one metre) into the ground. It covers an area as big as 1,665 football fields.

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