My name is Emily. I got a tumblr. I'm in art school and post a lot of art...stuff. Yellow is the best color. I have a lot of useless Harry Potter knowledge. And movie trivia knowledge. The ending of Lost was a huge disappointment. The Flash is probably the best superhero. This blog is pretty much a place to help me get/stay/become/otherwise achieve inspiration. I think I only like cool things so it should be pretty easy to follow me. So follow away! Or towards...whichever you prefer...
Thirty years since the passing of Ansel Adams, acclaimed National Geographic photographer Peter Essick pays tribute to the master of landscape photography and the craggy California Sierra Nevada wilderness area named in his honor. Inspired by Adams’ iconic black-and-white imagery, Essick photographed a collection of breathtaking nature scenes for his newly released book The Ansel Adams Wilderness.
Weird Tales, December 1930, featuring the Seabury Quinn story “The Wolf of St. Bonnot.”
A silly socialite’s seance summons a 16th Century sorcerer to monster-haunted Harrisonville NJ where he manifests as a corpse-eating werewolf. Jules de Grandin must stop him from adding the young mistress of the manor to his pack of hellhounds.