Sergio Montoya

sixties, mod revival, clothes, vinyls, the jam, liverpool fc, atletico nacional, united kingdom, monty python
dead-edinbro:

The Covenanter’s Prison in Greyfriars Kirkyard, Edinburgh. Locked to the public day and night due to the severity of the hauntings, with ‘City of the Dead’ tours being the only company to have access. One of my favourite places on earth, and also the place which convinced me of the existence of ghosts. 

dead-edinbro:

The Covenanter’s Prison in Greyfriars Kirkyard, Edinburgh. Locked to the public day and night due to the severity of the hauntings, with ‘City of the Dead’ tours being the only company to have access. One of my favourite places on earth, and also the place which convinced me of the existence of ghosts. 

thehulotuniverse:

Jonathan Meville of The Scotsman wrote: “Edinburgh’s skyline has never looked so good, and if the city didn’t exist it would be hard to believe somewhere so beautiful was real: if locals aren’t inspired to take a walk up North Bridge or down Victoria Street after this, they never will be.”

Stills from L’Illusionniste, The Illusionist. Academy Award nominee.

(Fuente: facebook.com, vía the-hulot-universe)

songdau:

Paul and Leah Weller model for Daks

  • No stranger to a stylish collaboration (see John Varvatos, Pretty Green, Ben Sherman), the modfatherhas taken a slightly different approach for his latest campaign. Daks recruited Weller and his model daughter Leah for their new spring/summer 2014 campaign to celebrate the brand’s 120th anniversary. In the accompanying video, Weller senior is seen in sharp suiting in a beautiful Georgian house in Brighton, playing the piano and duetting to Stanley Road perennial “You Do Something To Me’ with his daughter. Our only regret? That Daks didn’t bring Paul’s equally stylish son Natt along for the ride.

Daks.com

(vía charliegetagrip)