Polish photographer Marcin Ryczek captured this once in a lifetime image of a man feeding ducks from a snowy shore. Doesn’t it make you think of yin and yang?
Trouble is, it’s all back to front.
Doctor Who Series 6: The Impossible Astronaut
Can we just change the subject really quickly to Lee, that one guy from Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead, that Donna meets and ends up marrying while she’s saved in the hardrive of the computer? And then at the end she promises she’ll find him but when she gets out there’s no one by that name and so she just assumes that she made him up? But then he sees her walking away as he’s being teleported away but he can’t call out because he has a stutter and that’s the last time we ever see him?
Can we talk about that? Because that was one of the most heartbreaking moments in the history of Doctor Who in my opinion.
Moment of silence for Lee and Donna’s lost love, please.
I’m burning up a sun just to say goodbye.
Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday
We know that we’ve reblogged this recently but there’s no better way to end to our hour of holiday-opportunistic-gifs about luuuuuuuuuurve.
There’s nothing awkward or clunky about our relationship. I think what probably happens when you put two awkward/clunky people together is that their awkward/clunky world seems like a normal world. And I think that’s something that’s nice about our relationship. - Jack Antonoff
Here is an orphan baby bat. He suckles on a foam tip, rocks himself to sleep, and gets brushie-brushie’d to remind him to clean up like a big boy bat.
HELP ME FOR I AM SLAIN