latenightontheastronomytower:

Let’s go home.

ultrafacts:

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everything-celtic:

Glen Coe (by CitizenFresh)
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thoseliverpoollads:

sgtpeppersolonely:

The Beatles, McCartney’s house, October 1962.

stardustwish:
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michellemybellethebeatles:

MCCARTNEY EXHIBIT Linda McCartney’s photo of John Lennon, left, and Paul McCartney taken during the photo session for the cover of the Abbey Road album in 1969. The photo was part of the Linda McCartney photography exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum which ran through Aug. 8, 1999 in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Linda McCartney) AP1969
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michellemybellethebeatles:

MCCARTNEY EXHIBIT

Linda McCartney’s photo of John Lennon, left, and Paul McCartney taken during the photo session for the cover of the Abbey Road album in 1969. The photo was part of the Linda McCartney photography exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum which ran through Aug. 8, 1999 in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Linda McCartney) AP1969

thateventuality:

Dhani and George Harrison
Photo: Richard Young/Rex Features

Sunday, 1 August 1999: “In Henley-on-Thames, George upsets his neighbors when he throws a 21st birthday party for his son, Dhani. The quiet Beatle decides to mark this historic occasion by staging a 15-minute fireworks display on the grounds of his Friar Park home. But unfortunately, local environmental health officials will soon claim that they had received a large number of complaints about the events, saying: ‘The show terrified children and animals for miles around.’ As the fireworks lit up the sky, car alarms went off, debris fell onto gardens and windows rattled. Mrs Peggy Leonard, from nearby Hop Gardens, says: ‘Suddenly, without warning, we were subjected to a most frightening display right overhead. Debris was falling into our gardens and one dreads to think what would have been the outcome had a spark set light to tinder dry grass or trees. What on earth has happened to our nice, peaceful town?’ The health officials write to George informing him of the complaints.” - The Beatles Diary Volume 2: After The Break-Up 1970-2001
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thateventuality:

Dhani and George Harrison

Photo: Richard Young/Rex Features

Sunday, 1 August 1999: “In Henley-on-Thames, George upsets his neighbors when he throws a 21st birthday party for his son, Dhani. The quiet Beatle decides to mark this historic occasion by staging a 15-minute fireworks display on the grounds of his Friar Park home. But unfortunately, local environmental health officials will soon claim that they had received a large number of complaints about the events, saying: ‘The show terrified children and animals for miles around.’ As the fireworks lit up the sky, car alarms went off, debris fell onto gardens and windows rattled. Mrs Peggy Leonard, from nearby Hop Gardens, says: ‘Suddenly, without warning, we were subjected to a most frightening display right overhead. Debris was falling into our gardens and one dreads to think what would have been the outcome had a spark set light to tinder dry grass or trees. What on earth has happened to our nice, peaceful town?’ The health officials write to George informing him of the complaints.” - The Beatles Diary Volume 2: After The Break-Up 1970-2001

"[S]omewhere inside we know that we are not supposed to be a passive consumer of spirituality, but instead an active participant in a life that is inherently spiritual."
Philip Carr-Gomm (via dividedconsciousness)
shortcuttothestars:

Formal by shortcuttothestars 
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paulmccarts:

3/? of my favourite people (in no particular order) → John Lennon

↳ “Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted.”

saepphire:

saepphire:

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saepphire:

  • Jesus: It's important to help those less fortunate than you. Treat them as your brother.
  • Christian Conservatives: *hurriedly turn the page*