Theme by nostrich.
This is seriously one of my favorite video game soundtracks ever
I forgot how much I loved this song.
Ditto also in case no one can tell I’m getting hyped for 3.
Fifth Chapter Sky, Two - Takayuki Aihara
Drakengard (Drag-On Dragoon), is probably the only game or any media in existence that’s ever used Trip Orchestral genre music. Hell, I think it’s the only time I’ve ever heard Trip Orchestral. Well done to the sound team.
It’s the most atmospheric music I’ve ever heard in a videogame, it just completely nails the world falling to pieces around you.
The Red Lodge from Swamp Thing V2 Issue 40 by Alan Moore.
I omitted a lot here for the sake of it being a tumblr post, I suggest you track it down and give it a read.
“In a cabin in the deep of the forest, a child and his father lead a life of isolation. The child grows up fearing and admiring his father and his only other companions are the ghosts that haunt the forest. When he comes across a neighboring village and meets a young girl there, Manon. He finally discovers that love exists. And from then on, he does not cease in his search for the place where his father’s love his hiding from him.”
My, my what a year.
S’good to be back in the saddle.
And as I arrived home I saw the morning fog being burned off by the sun, seemed apt for a return.
When we were kids this was one of our forts, we’d drink straight from the fresh water that came straight from the cliff, purified by the earth, one of the few clean things in the Miramichi.
Most of it has long since been washed away, but the 12 year old moss covered ladder I built is at least still there, though I wouldn’t trust it any more.
When you look at a tree, it’s hard to see it as something alive, isn’t it?
One of my favorite aspects of the Miramichi river bank is that it’s ever changing, the trees as a result are the only things that prevent half of our roads from dropping into the river.
They squirm like snakes to anchor their roots deep within the shale stone, clinging to life and supporting their weight entirely through the roots and it makes it pretty hard to ignore trees like this live.
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100 years ago this was a 5 story hotel they claimed would never fall down.
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