Faith in humanity restored! Never judge a book by its cover!
These guys are some of the most amazing people.
I will always Reblog this
I met a couple of these guys from the Texas chapter at a bike rally down in Keyma, and they are so big hearted dudes.
I’m gonna assume this is an idea a lot of fans have already had based on educated guesses.
Homura’s grasp on the universe is going to eventually slip due to her cracked state of mind. Memories might flare or changes will become more noticeable. People are going to notice, most likely former…
You could easy stare at this work for five minutes. This painting is incredibly detailed and only about the size of a laptop screen. Tiny figures sell pretzels, hold weird demonic-looking babies (not an art historical term!), ignore the serman, suspiciously glance at each other, and seamlessly fade into the crowd. Jesus is present too, can you spot him?
Recommended viewing for slowartday from our social media coordinator, Sarah.
To zoom in and let your “eyes” wander, click here.
The Sermon on the Mount, 1598, Jan Brueghel the Elder. J. Paul Getty Museum.
Crowning moment of Heartwarming or Crowning moment of Awesome? Both? YOU DECIDE.
I know these parts of the scene aren’t in direct follow-up of each other, but I just loved how Fakir looked in that close-up. X3