Because she was so young when her mother died, Christine’s memories of her mother are very scattered. One particular day she realises that she can’t recall some specific important detail about her mother (her name or her birthday or something on that order). This upsets her very…
Thin_Liz aka Parfenova Lisa (Saint Petersburg, Russian Fed.) - Some Sketches and Drawings, 2010-2012 Drawings
"Delmaet & Durandelle" Paris Opera
Admit it: you’re all looking for Erik.
Four random Palais Garnier photos:
1. The grand staircase, in the 1870s or 1880s.
2. The chandelier in making. The proportions aren’t quite right, but it’s still recognizable.
3. Part of the subterranean lake, used to balance the ground. If I’ve understood it correctly it varies how flooded the various rooms are down there.
4. Charles Garnier, architect of the Parisian opera which soon enough got the nickname “Palais Garnier” - the Garnier Palace.
The REAL story of how Erik found Ayesha…
I’m not a huge fan of requests due to personal reasons, but you guys are so nice to me that I decided draw some suggested fusions in between commissions. There where so many that I simply couldn’t draw all of them so I’m sorry for that! Also, Flaremonchan is secrectly a super saiyan.
A Canadian trying to fit in.
Because it says Christine died in 1917 instead of 1905, as in the LND ending.
For the love of God, don’t point it out, or ALW might feel compelled to make a third musical to bridge the two versions.
Or he could write “Phantom of the Opera 3: The Undercover Years,” where he exposes Christine’s life as a secret agent before and during WWI, until she mysteriously dies in action in France a year before the war’s end … her seeming death at the end of LND was part of a plot to erase her identity so that she could travel undetected from country to country. Her life as an actress and her knowledge of multiple languages helps make her the perfect spy…
Adventures of a “Dead” Bride.
It is truly a strange thing when a steam pipe bursts under an abandoned building in the dead of winter, but that’s exactly what happened under the Clinic Building at Greystone Park State Hospital in 2007, a month before the building was unceremoniously knocked down. The steam congregated near the ceiling of the abandoned asylum infirmary, condensing on the pipes and dripping down in regular patterns - and creating these ice stalagmites. An hour after taking this photograph, demolition workers came into the building and chased us through the tunnels; we had to hide in an attic in 0 degree weather for hours while cops searched for us. The next time I drove out there, there was no trace that a building had ever stood in this spot.
I’m sorry, but this was all I could think of.
(Hattifnattar from Moomin)
The spotted handfish (Brachionichthys hirsutus), an amazing creature that walks the ocean floor, is a rare Australian fish from the family Brachionichthyidae. It is classified as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List 2002. is the first Australian marine species to be threatened with extinction.
The greatest threats to the handfish appear to be siltation and invasive species. The Derwent Estuary where the fish lives is highly urbanised and industrialised, and a range of marine pests have been introduced through shipping. One key pest is the Northern Pacific Seastar (Asterias amurensis), a particularly large and voracious predator that is now abundant in the estuary. Studies by CSIRO show that the seastars eat the stalked ascidians that the handfish use to attach their eggs.
- video CSIROpublishing
Frederic Leighton, A Girl (detail)
some classy fellows