Time Turner. This one was a promotional gift given out during the release of the Prisoner of Azkaban in Japan, and a gift from a friend [who had a friend who attended the premier there and scored one to give to her, to give to me]. Still love it, still need to get a Noble Collection style display box so I can take it out of the promo box and put it in the display case with everything else. Eventually it'll happen, for now it sits on my book shelf, nestled between my HP books.
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Marauders are exceptional machines, built using the best systems pondered between USA, Germany, Japan and China. Using each resources from each country, the greatest masterminds built this walking armory. Equipped with a high caliber plasma cannon and two seeking missiles on its back, paired with its inmense strength, speed and durability, there's almost no one that has defeated this foe.
So I've been wanting to try something like this for a little while. Either with a little star like this or with waterdrops.
I was inspired by this piece: , who also have a set-up for her piece:
I think I will try something similar again. It was quite fun!
It was quite sunny, and a little windy, so I had to find some sort of shield from the both without ruining the reflection in the glitter (the bokeh), which was quite a pain. Here's a little set-up for the photo: sta.sh/02csa2smtz87
The death of Gustav Adolf the swedish king who defended the protestants in North-Germany against the catholic troups led by Wallenstein. It took place during the 30-years-war the weirdest war that took place on german ground till that time. 1/3 of all people died in that days in the german states. Some say it was even worse than the 2. world war, because whole regions didnīt have any residents after it.