Saw this while I was cleaning up my room. IDE grabe nostalgia much? I miss u St. Thomas 11-12. 😘😢 (Taken with Instagram)
Hey there Yongguk. Ajeje. Watching BAP’s ‘No Mercy’ MV… again… and again… and again…………..ㅋㅋ 😍 (Taken with Instagram)
AND I CAN’T FUCKING SEEM TO LET GO OF MY LAPTOP. Si Papa kase walang tiwala sa “environment” ko sa dorm kaya wag kodao muna dalhin tong
baby ko. Dapat nga yung kanya nalang ung dadalhin ko eh ayaw nya din. Ayaw nya pa yun ipadala eh handa na nga akong magsacrifice makapagtumblr lang kahet mukhang typewriter yung laptop nya eh! Panget panget ayaw pa bumili ng bago lol im so bad. Ayoko talaga iwan tong laptop ko. Buong buhay nandito eh. Nakakainis naman.
Loving a band with all your heart is something you only understand when it happens to you. On the surface, others can see it as a petty obsession, but they’ll just never know the feeling of putting so much faith into a few people on the other side of the world. It’s hard to explain it to them, the listening to song after song on repeat, the waits for new albums, the excitement and surreal sensation when you finally see them live. They don’t seem to understand why the lyrics booklets give you a sense of comfort, or why you paste photos of them all over your bedroom walls. And they can’t understand why one band could matter to you so much. And you think to yourself ‘Because they saved my life.’ But you say nothing, they wouldn’t understand.
silverlulu asked: May Kpop blog ka?? =))) bat di ko lam un? XD
I AM FOLLOWING YOU AND SHEY YET YOU BOTH DONT FOLLOW ME BACK. Mas successful yun kesa dito. Have 1397 followers there mwahaha! FU.
the first cameras weren’t all that big though. They tended to be 10x8 plate cameras, more like simple camera obscuras than anything else. Studio camera with bellows came a little later.
Like this 1839 Daguerreotype camera
though is 1685 a small, portable camera obscura was made that would have been capable of acting as a camera, except the method printing and fixing of photographic images was not successfully developed until the 1800s with the Daguerreotype and Henry Talbot’s Calotype.
So this is more likely a photograph of the world’s largest camera at the time. Not the first camera.
please tie your hair when in a bus. you’re not in a shampoo commercial D: