I’ve hit a follower milestone so it’s time to say a big kia ora and welcome to new followers!
Thanks to XKit, I’ve managed to retag all the Fringe related art stuff by me (and will continue to do so) with ‘Fringe Art’ (original, I know) and it should all be on the Fringe Art page on my blog now for those who don’t want to plow through the rest of my life…. :)
Madrid, Gran Via.
El sol es una estufa de butano,
la vida un metro a punto de partir,
hay una jeringuilla en el lavabo,
pongamos que hablo de Madrid.
Joshua Jackson looking all fine and shit
Favourite OTPs. Part 1/?.
Polivia (Peter and Olivia)
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It’s canon, really: when an Observer is exposed to a truly, truly strong emotion, they will feel it themselves.
For August, it was bravery. He saw how brave Christine was on the day her parents died, and several years in the future did something brave himself: he saved her from death, despite the cosmic consequences.
We all know September’s. He witnessed how much Walter loved his son, even if it wasn’t really even his son, and that struck a cord in him. Not even really knowing why yet, September knew he had to protect his progeny - his son, his child - and hid him in the past.
For Windmark, it was hatred. More than hatred. He wanted to destroy the fugitives. He wanted to go back in time and get rid of them. He felt all of that because Peter hated him, wanted to destroy him, for killing his daughter, for taking his little girl away from him so soon - only days, maybe a week - after getting her back. And Peter’s need for revenge was so intense that it bypassed Observer tech.
But that’s the whole thing, isn’t it? Walter was never supposed to be with Peter. At every turn, the universe tried to separate the scientist from the red!verse version of his son. The ice breaking at Reiden Lake, his time at St.Claire’s, Peter’s erasure from existence. Hell, even in ‘The Day We Died,’ Walter was institutionalized a second time, for fourteen years. Walter realized this by the end of the series, as evidenced by the tape he made for Peter - ‘The time we had together, we stole.’ And he had to leave Peter, if he was truly forced to give him up (let him go, as he should’ve done decades ago in 1985, after blue!verse Peter died), than he wants to make sure it means something. When he told September he wanted to repair the damage he did, he doesn’t mean the physical damage he did to the universes. He wants to give Peter the thing he ripped from him so many years before - his family. He knows he was never supposed to have Peter in his life, and it finally caught up with him.
Hundreds of Floating Umbrellas Once Again Cover The Streets in Portugal
This year, design studio Ivo Tavares has once again hung up hundreds of colorful umbrellas, transforming your shopping experience or the afternoon walk into a Mary-Poppins type of adventure! The colorful sight was captured by photographers Patricia Almeida and Pedro Nascimento, and the pictures went viral on the Internet in no time. Just like the last year, Patricia was one first ones to post them on flickr giving everyone a chance to take a virtual walk in the most colorful street of Portugal.
“I felt like a kid, amazed by all that color!” says Patricia about how she felt under the umbrellas. The best part, besides looking awesome, is that the installation also protects everyone from rain and sun.
The project is part of the local Agitagueda art festival, and will be up throughout July, so make sure you stop by if you’re traveling nearby!