Amami, oh Beatrice!

estando aquí no estoy.

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cleverblondeinaunionjack:

skarosoul:

k-nein:

So this is a thing I am going to hell for.
On the left we have the 9th Doctor, who is, as I’m sure Rose found out, a great dancer.
In the middle is the 10th Doctor, the sexy one who sometimes gets all (unfortunately) of the attention.
And on the right is the 11th Doctor, who doesn’t exactly sway to the same beat as his predecessors, but if you tell him it’s because he’s just a bad dancer, he’ll deny it and say this is one of the obscure mating rituals of “his people.”

omg

asdfghjkl.

cleverblondeinaunionjack:

skarosoul:

k-nein:

So this is a thing I am going to hell for.

On the left we have the 9th Doctor, who is, as I’m sure Rose found out, a great dancer.

In the middle is the 10th Doctor, the sexy one who sometimes gets all (unfortunately) of the attention.

And on the right is the 11th Doctor, who doesn’t exactly sway to the same beat as his predecessors, but if you tell him it’s because he’s just a bad dancer, he’ll deny it and say this is one of the obscure mating rituals of “his people.”

omg

asdfghjkl.

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a-l-ancien-regime:

Sun and moon horizontal dial for latitudes 46°-50° North. The silvered compass at the centre has the cardinal points named in Latin and an arrow drawn on the compass bowl to indicate the magnetic variation at 10° West of North.  The upper section is marked with a scale of latitudes.  The base of the compass is engraved with tables of latitudes for different towns and cities around Europe . {early 18th century} 
National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

a-l-ancien-regime:

Sun and moon horizontal dial for latitudes 46°-50° North. The silvered compass at the centre has the cardinal points named in Latin and an arrow drawn on the compass bowl to indicate the magnetic variation at 10° West of North.  The upper section is marked with a scale of latitudes.  The base of the compass is engraved with tables of latitudes for different towns and cities around Europe . {early 18th century}

National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

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