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08 Nov 13 at 4 pm

cyborgurl:

Gareth Pugh - FW 2011/2012 

(Source: skt4ng, via youaintrunningshit)

cyborgurl:

Gareth Pugh - FW 2011/2012 
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02 Nov 13 at 5 am

thatscienceguy:

The Beautiful Patterns of Nature.

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02 Nov 13 at 4 am

jtotheizzoe:

Meet Mr. Camouflage, one of the special stars of sea life in the Lembeh Strait. I literally said “Whaaaaaaaat the f…” when I saw that amazing color change.

Isn’t evolution grand?

Check out more from the Sea’s Strangest Square Mile in this post.

Here’s a feature from Science Friday on octopus and cuttlefish camo skills.

(via thatscienceguy)

jtotheizzoe:

Meet Mr. Camouflage, one of the special stars of sea life in the Lembeh Strait. I literally said “Whaaaaaaaat the f…” when I saw that amazing color change.
Isn’t evolution grand?
Check out more from the Sea’s Strangest Square Mile in this post.
Here’s a feature from Science Friday on octopus and cuttlefish camo skills.
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02 Nov 13 at 4 am

thescienceofreality:

Enjoy some nature gifs in HD. [Click images to enlarge.] 

We’ve picked out a few favorites from Head Like An Orange, home of hundreds of amazing nature GIFs.

Marinus is a 28-year-old from the Netherlands, and he makes GIFs. But not just any GIFs: his Tumblr, Head Like An Orange, is a collection of some of nature’s most stunning, weirdest, sweetest, and funniest moments. At least, they are the best moments captured on film, put into TV shows, and edited down into short, spellbinding loops.

Are the ones we’ve picked out here the best GIFs on Marinus’s blog? We don’t know—there are hundreds to choose from, and they are all wonderful. But here are a few of the highlights.”

(via thatscienceguy)

"We are going to die, and that makes us the lucky ones. Most people are never going to die because they are never going to be born. The potential people who could have been here in my place but who will in fact never see the light of day outnumber the sand grains of Arabia. Certainly those unborn ghosts include greater poets than Keats, scientists greater than Newton. We know this because the set of possible people allowed by our DNA so massively outnumbers the set of actual people. In the teeth of these stupefying odds it is you and I, in our ordinariness, that are here."

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19 Aug 13 at 4 am

George R. R. Martin, A Storm of Swords  (via aurelle)

(Source: grecianurn, via sixth-impact)

"We look up at the same stars, and see such different things."

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19 Aug 13 at 4 am

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15 Aug 13 at 12 am

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12 Aug 13 at 3 pm

Olga Bennett, Window, May 2013

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Olga Bennett, Window, May 2013
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02 Aug 13 at 4 pm

(Source: life1nmotion, via mitchh)

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02 Aug 13 at 4 pm

disroyalty:

skimasked:

let-s-build-a-home:

Tuca Vieira, the Paraisopolis favela borders the affluent district of Morumbi, Sao Paulo Brazil, 2005.

"The system isn’t broken, it was built this way."

sorry i reblogged this already but this exists in so many cities like taipei, taiwan sigh

(via sixth-impact)

disroyalty:

skimasked:

let-s-build-a-home:

Tuca Vieira, the Paraisopolis favela borders the affluent district of Morumbi, Sao Paulo Brazil, 2005.

"The system isn’t broken, it was built this way."

sorry i reblogged this already but this exists in so many cities like taipei, taiwan sigh
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02 Aug 13 at 4 am

thejogging:

mirror step, 2013

custom made mirror fixed to a concrete step

(via bornfromdarkwater)


thejogging:
mirror step, 2013
custom made mirror fixed to a concrete step
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19 Jun 13 at 1 am

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