Robbies Son
Jun 25th / 10:31 PM / 0 / reblog
One month ago… Time flies!
One month ago at this time, there I was, watching the best singer on Earth (for me ofc), listening to the most beautiful, wonderful, sweetest and heartwarming voice in the world. There I was having the time of my life, about to become the best day of my life. I still remember this gig every night since then. It was just so special, and it will be unforgettable. I miss this, I wanna get back…
Anyway, I have the best memories, of the greatest moment of my life, and I will never forget it. <3 <3 <3
#robbiewilliams #rockinriolisbon #25thmay #bestgig #bestday #perfect #wonderfulvoice
May 27th / 11:29 PM / 0 / reblog
"I’m Lovin’ Angels Instead" <3
Best photo I took myself.
Thank you Robbie! <3
#goodnight #robbiewilliams #rockinriolisbon2014 #memories #angels #love #perfect
May 27th / 12:09 PM / 0 / reblog
"Lisbon… the pleasure was all mine. Big fun! Photo: @robsessedthatters"
No, the pleasure was all our!
Can’t wait to see you again! <3
#robbiewilliams #rockinriolisbon2014 #bestnight #perfect
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watchanish:

Behind the scenes with GVE's Ferrari 458. Jewellery by Anil Arjandas.More of our footage at WatchAnish.com.
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science-junkie:

Anemic Spiral NGC 4921
NGC 4921 is a barred spiral galaxy in the Coma Cluster, located in the constellation Coma Berenices. It is about 320 million light-years from Earth. The galaxy has a nucleus with a bar structure that is surrounded by a distinct ring of dust that contains recently formed, hot blue stars. The outer part consists of unusually smooth, poorly distinguished spiral arms. In 1976, Canadian astronomer Sidney Van den Bergh categorized this galaxy as “anemic” because of the low rate at which stars are being formed. He noted that it has “an unusually low surface brightness and exhibits remarkably diffuse spiral arms”.
Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, ESA, NASA