The Dancing Electrons

A tumblr of things that I like.


Unless otherwise noted, all works are those of others. If one is yours, I am happy to credit it or remove it at your request.


Occasionally NSFW, so be warned.

"Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it. The river was cut by the world’s great flood and runs over rocks from the basement of time. On some of the rocks are timeless raindrops. Under the rocks are the words, and some of the words are theirs.
I am haunted by waters."

— Norman Maclean, A River Runs Through It and Other Stories (via quotes-shape-us)

(via ms-witchywebweaver)

"And men said that the blood of the stars flowed in her veins."

— C.S. Lewis (via breakthequiet)

(Source: amandaonwriting, via ms-witchywebweaver)

peerintothepast:

Wally’s barber shop on St Martin Street has defiant signs outside after losing its windows during the London blitz. 21st Nov 1940

peerintothepast:

Wally’s barber shop on St Martin Street has defiant signs outside after losing its windows during the London blitz. 21st Nov 1940

(via caffeinatedneurons)

ohstarstuff:

We’re spoiled from a mission like Cassini which has captured views of Saturn from every angle imaginable but we’ve seen very little of our solar system’s outermost gas giant Neptune.
On August 25, 1989, the Voyager 2 spacecraft made its closest approach to Neptune, the only spacecraft to visit the planet. Based on the images recorded during its close encounter and in the following days, this composited scene covers the dim outer planet, largest moon Triton, and faint system of rings. From just beyond Neptune’s orbit, the interplanetary perspective looks back toward the Sun (which lies 2.8 billion miles away), capturing the planet and Triton as thin sunlit crescents.
(Composite Image Credit: Assembly/Processing - Rolf Olsen, Data - Voyager 2, NASA Planetary Data System)

ohstarstuff:

We’re spoiled from a mission like Cassini which has captured views of Saturn from every angle imaginable but we’ve seen very little of our solar system’s outermost gas giant Neptune.

On August 25, 1989, the Voyager 2 spacecraft made its closest approach to Neptune, the only spacecraft to visit the planet. Based on the images recorded during its close encounter and in the following days, this composited scene covers the dim outer planet, largest moon Triton, and faint system of rings. From just beyond Neptune’s orbit, the interplanetary perspective looks back toward the Sun (which lies 2.8 billion miles away), capturing the planet and Triton as thin sunlit crescents.

(Composite Image Credit: Assembly/Processing - Rolf Olsen, Data - Voyager 2, NASA Planetary Data System)

(via shychemist)

scentofapassion:

Golden Tower by Domingo Mery - Paris

scentofapassion:

Golden Tower by Domingo Mery - Paris

(via opticallyaroused)

"You are not IN the universe, you ARE the universe, an intrinsic part of it. Ultimately you are not a person, but a focal point where the universe is becoming conscious of itself. What an amazing miracle."

Eckhart Tolle (via ethereal-innocence)

(Source: uglygirlboy, via infinity-imagined)

werk1975:

 

Masaaki Sasamoto

werk1975:

 

Masaaki Sasamoto

(via adventuresofpersephone)

thetypewriterbleeds:

thetypewriterbleeds:

Always be Batman

This image, which I love and reblogged yesterday, is traveling around the tumblrverse sans credit. It is Batman Black and White #5 by Joshua Middleton. Thank you
playstationgirl
for bringing it to my attention.

thetypewriterbleeds:

thetypewriterbleeds:

Always be Batman

This image, which I love and reblogged yesterday, is traveling around the tumblrverse sans credit. It is Batman Black and White #5 by Joshua Middleton. Thank you
playstationgirl
for bringing it to my attention.

(Source: playstationgirl)

thetypewriterbleeds:

wellappointeddesk:

Cover Unveil: The Typewriter Book from Uppercase
Finally, the cover for the long-awaited The Typewriter: a Graphic History of the Beloved Machine has been revealed.

OH!

thetypewriterbleeds:

wellappointeddesk:

Cover Unveil: The Typewriter Book from Uppercase

Finally, the cover for the long-awaited The Typewriter: a Graphic History of the Beloved Machine has been revealed.

OH!