bodiegroup:

Grass on the lake | infrared on Flickr.

bodiegroup:

Grass on the lake | infrared on Flickr.



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radtracks:

float on // modest mouse

i backed my car into a cop car the other day
well, he just drove off, sometimes life’s okay
i ran my mouth off a bit too much, ah, what did i say?
well, you just laughed it off and it was all okay




veganpoopxvx:

fuckyeahlavernecox:

"If you have a problem with people living their lives and being authentically who they are, you really should go and do some soul-searching."


Side note: For a moment there I thought she was going to say “You really should go fuck yourself” but I suppose this is a lot more graceful and polite :P

She is incredible





garden-of-vegan:

Curried Chickpea and Lentil Soup (veggie broth, coconut cream, brown rice, chickpeas, lentils, zucchini, kale, garlic, coriander, turmeric, curry powder, salt and pepper.)

garden-of-vegan:

Curried Chickpea and Lentil Soup (veggie broth, coconut cream, brown rice, chickpeas, lentils, zucchini, kale, garlic, coriander, turmeric, curry powder, salt and pepper.)



wnderlst:

Austria | Hannes Brandstätter

wnderlst:

Austria | Hannes Brandstätter


ggeology:

Dioptase // Chile

ggeology:

Dioptase // Chile




bowtiesandbatman:

If you don’t like Monty Python you’re wrong




tunte:

tom-aiac:

This is true art right here.

Humans are great

(Source: best-of-memes)




danflashes:

tastefullyoffensive:

Anatomy of Songs [wronghands]

Scarily spot on




bussykiller:

wishingonadandylion:

"Because that’s where she lives."

I lost it.

ANGRY PIPER IS MY FAVORITE

(Source: trashybooksforladies)




franzyfrenzy:

Alex Kapranos in France by Titouan Masse




noctaeris:

Flash Parker

Kauai, Hawaii




griseus:

It’s moth week and I can’t be out!!

The fish family Pegasidae, aka sea moths, includes just five species (placed in two genera) but is represented in temperate and tropical coastal zones throughout the Indo-Pacific. All sea moths are small (no more than than ~180 mm total length), benthic (bottom-dwelling), and very well camouflaged. Seamoths have modified pelvic fins that allow them to “walk” across the sea bottom where they live.

A curious behavior seen in these fish (almost in Eurypegasus draconis) is that they shed their skins in one piece, probably every one to five days, a process described in some detail by Herold and Clark (1993). These researcher also discuss evidence suggesting monogamy in this species, as well as other aspects of social and reproductive behavior.




sosuperawesome:

Embroidered brooches by cOnieco