1 hour of Studio Ghibli movie soundtracks ~
T1 - 風の谷のナウシカから / from Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
T2 - 天空の城ラピュタから / from Laputa: Castle in the Sky
T3 & 4 - となりのトトロから / from My Neighbor Totoro
T5 - 火垂るの墓から / from Grave of the Fireflies
T6 & 7 - 魔女の宅急便から / from Kiki’s Delivery Service
T8 - おもひでぽろぽろから / from Only Yesterday
T9 & 10 - 紅の豚から / from Porco Rosso
T11 - 耳をすませばから / from Whisper of the Heart
T12 - もののけ姫から / from Princess Mononoke
T13 - 千と千尋の神隠しから / from Spirited Away
T14 - 猫の恩返しから / from The Cat Returns
T15 - ハウルの動く城から / from Howl’s Moving Castle
T16 - ゲド戦記から / from Tales from Earthsea
T17 - 崖の上のポニョから from Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea
T18 - 借りぐらしのアリエッティから / from Arrietty
T19 - コクリコ坂からから / from From Up on Poppy Hill
"I fell in love for the first time, and I experienced the fun and happy feelings for the first time, and for the first time I experienced the pain and sadness. And for the first time I cried because of love." [x]
Via Welcome to my little world :3
How I Shoot: Snapping the Perfect #Puddlegram with @mortenordstrom
How I Shoot is a series where we ask Instagrammers to tell us about the set-up and process behind their photos and videos. This week, Morten Nordstrøm (@mortenordstrom) shares his tips for capturing and editing the perfect #puddlegram on a Windows phone. Follow him on Instagram for puddle shots of Copenhagen and browse the #puddlegram hashtag for more inspiration!
When Morten Nordstrøm (@mortenordstrom) isn’t working or studying business administration and communitications, he’s out showcasing the beauty of Copenhagen, Denmark, as reflected through the city’s many puddles.
Getting the most out of a puddle’s reflection is an art, and Morten offered these tips for capturing and editing a #puddlegram on a Windows phone:
Nokia Lumia 925
"First of all, when shooting puddlegrams you will obviously need a puddle. The bigger the better, but you will be surprised how little water you need to make a big impact.
"My experience is that I get the best effect when I look for a strong central focal point and try to get some depth in the perspective, maybe even a vanishing point. That’s one of the reasons why the majority of my puddlegrams are shot on streets; they often meet these requirements. Moreover they are often full of life, which gives life to the picture and helps to tell a story.
"If you want to do a proper #puddlegram, make sure your lens is as close to the ground as possible—even if it means you have to turn your device upside-down. It’s a little effort and it makes a huge difference. Moreover, mind the weather. Windy puddles won’t serve you well."
"I often think a lot about my perspective before I shoot. Other times I just walk around and look for details and shoot what I find interesting and inspiring.
"I’m always shooting with my Nokia Lumia 925 and I have been experimenting a lot with the different camera possibilities. Normally I just use the native camera, other times I use the Nokia Pro Camera which gives me more adjustability. My best advice when taking puddlegrams is to experiment with the number of shots you’re taking and see the different outcomes you can get. Analyzing strengths and weaknesses in these will help make you a more skilled puddleshooter!
"Note that people will be looking when you sit down and place your phone in a puddle. But remember, that is only because they don’t know about the magical perspectives you’re capturing. I sometimes pretend to tie my shoe laces, until the largest group of people has passed."
"This is where the magic happens. After extensive exploration of Windows Phone options, I ended up always using the same two apps: the Nokia Creative Studio and an app called Fhotoroom. They are very different but complement each other well. I like to keep things simple and often aim for a high sharpness, cold tones and not too strong colors, since I find them disturbing. Finally, I pay a lot of attention in the cropping process. A good crop can change a picture entirely—and so can a bad one.”
Via Instagram Blog
Absolutely amazing polymer clay journals by © Anna Kolesnikova (Mandarin Duck). Take a look at her portfolio, it’s really something.
You can look around in her Etsy shop here.
Also she has a very cool YouTube channel filled with tutorials and all kinds of crafty videos.
Become a fan of her on Facebook here.
I will always reblog banana bun. <3
Oh my gosh the little nibbles.
Johanna does not have time for this Hunger Games nonsense
she’s just one of those contestants who is constantly having her mouth, hands, and other parts blurred out on television.
Via Just Me
Do you ever smell a certain scent and you can remember exactly where you were and what you were doing when you were 8
The smell of ocean mist suave body soap reminds me of when i was 11 the first time i watched hannah montana & that night i was singing best of both worlds in tge shower….