If you’re wondering, it’s ‘hifz’ (حفظ).
Credits: maysoonah24 via GifCities and Internet Archive
Looks like Catwoman fell in gold paint.
Credits: Jadelorada – Creating Fantasy Worlds via Sophia K, GIFS AND THINKS and Google+, jodie Turner
With precision, he liberates the amber nectar. Golf and a couple of cold ones, that’s one way to make something of this heatwave we’re having.
Credits: Via Panah Rad, Rad GIFs & Videos and Google+
Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Duit!
Credits: Satisfaction.com via Kaylene Chieko Hironaka and Google+
I hope 2017 is as sweet as a bouquet of flowers 💐 for you!! Best wishes from Gifville!!
Credits: PicMix via ezphotoshare, Jean Maguire, GIFS to share. GIFS à partager. and Facebook
Plaistow, London, UK
These are two of the important elements of the legal process. Justice can only be served when the truth comes out.
Credits: John W. Field P.A. via GifCities and Internet Archive
The above GIF depicts a spinning gold dinar issued by the Sultanate of Kelantan in Malaysia, the world’s first modern Islamically-sound bullion coin. The 22 karat coins were issued in 2010, as a way of protecting against inflation often borne by paper money. You could think of it as an Islamic krugerrand.
Credit: Me, Myself and Azman and Blogger
Did you know?…that there is a variety of gold called ‘rose gold’. It has a pinkish-copper hue.
Credits: DiZa (Nataly) via Vânia Brito, GIFS to share. GIFS à partager. and Facebook
War…it’s a rich man’s game fuelled with poor men’s blood.
Credits: Rojmiso Rosa and ABVH via Tumblr, Al Heden Chrism, Awesome GIF’s and Facebook
As autumn makes its presence felt, this GIF resonated with me a lot. Hundreds of golden-light maple leaves cascade from a dark sky in a captivating shower, like little specks of gold leaf.
This GIF was featured on the post “Whatever comes from you is pleasing to me, Whether you make me cry or laugh, Whether you make me live or die…/…Hoştur bana senden gelen. İster ağlat, ister güldür, İster yaşat, ister öldür…“. The post was written by a blogging friend, Semra Polat, who is behind the multilingual spiritual blog “YA BAKİ ENTEL BAKİ”
Credits: Semra Polat and YA BAKİ ENTEL BAKİ