Wednesday, August 27, 2014
mrkiki:

Hasegawa KyuzoCerezos en florSiglo XVI. Chishaku-in. Kyoto.

mrkiki:

Hasegawa Kyuzo
Cerezos en flor
Siglo XVI. Chishaku-in. Kyoto.

startalkradio:

#tbt to the time @thescienceguy & @neildegrassetyson demonstrated true #friendship (in other words, I don’t know what’s happening in this photo, but it’s cute!)

startalkradio:

#tbt to the time @thescienceguy & @neildegrassetyson demonstrated true #friendship (in other words, I don’t know what’s happening in this photo, but it’s cute!)

windypoplarsroom:

Ellen Burpee Farr
"The Pepper Tree"

windypoplarsroom:

Ellen Burpee Farr

"The Pepper Tree"

gothiccharmschool:

silencedrowns:

sashaforthewin:

rabbivole:

disgustinganimals:

cnuculator:

writhing pile of cat children. disgusting

i’m going to throw up.

jesus christ the PURRING 

I feel like I just gained another year on my life from this.

THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST CAT VIDEOS I HAVE EVER SEEN

I miss kittens. I love the kitties of chaos in their grown-up state, but OMG, KITTENS.

(Source: jimmykudos)

Yet in the blood of man there is a tide, an old sea-current, rather, that is somehow akin to the twilight, which brings him rumours of beauty from however far away, as drift-wood is found at sea from islands not yet discovered; and this spring-tide or current that visits the blood of man comes from the fabulous quarter of his lineage, from the legendary, of old; it takes him out to the woodlands, out to the hills; he listens to ancient song. Lord Dunsany (via hierarchical-aestheticism)

(Source: thetrickstergod)

cupotealeaves:

dark-zeblock:

I found some old art books today called ‘Celtic Art: The methods of Construction by George Bain’ Which, I found interesting. I only have 4 out of the 7, they are very old (From 55 years ago). I thought I would just share some scans from them, some people might find them useful. :)

Ohhhh horror vacui neat to see tutorials on it.

tillthenexttimedoctor:

love-of-the-centuri:

So that’s it? Now they just stop looking for baby Melody because she grows up to be River/Mels? They’re fine with that- with the fact that they don’t get to raise their daughter? Fuck this. 

No, they’re not fine. Why would you assume they’re fine? The Wedding of River Song proved that Amy most definitely is not alright with any of this.

But they can’t do anything about it anymore. The little girl in Florida was Melody, their timelines interwoven in her childhood in a way which makes bringing their baby home impossible. Mels was Melody, once again, a constant in Amy’s and Rory’s history which they can’t just erase. It’s fixed, interlocked.

There was a hope there, that they would be able to find Melody earlier, but Berlin dashed it. This is how they get Melody back, not a baby shortly after Demon’s Run, not a child after what happened in America. But a grown woman whose youth they got to experience, never knowing just who she was to them.

"You took my baby from me and hurt her. And now she’s all grown up and she’s fine, but I’ll never see my baby again."

They stop looking, but not because they don’t grieve what they lost. It’s because they have no option of ever regaining it.

Let’s go after the people who are getting it 100 percent wrong, not the people getting it 99 percent right, and I feel like ‘Let’s assume good intent.’ Then I think we’re far more likely to make progress. Jane Espenson (X)

(Source: whedonesque)

(Source: weheartit.com)

theysayfreak:

by Kris Kuksi
wowcorn:

Two Sides of Tumblr
omg this took forever but i’m so glad to be done. i don’t even know what to say about this ok but click to enlarge

This piece is officially available for print here! Please go ahead a buy one to support a growing (amateur) artist like me!

wowcorn:

Two Sides of Tumblr

omg this took forever but i’m so glad to be done. i don’t even know what to say about this ok but click to enlarge

This piece is officially available for print here! Please go ahead a buy one to support a growing (amateur) artist like me!

astronomicalwonders:

Young Stars Emerge from Orion’s Head
"This image from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope shows infant stars "hatching" in the head of the hunter constellation, Orion. Astronomers suspect that shockwaves from a supernova explosion in Orion’s head, nearly three million years ago, may have initiated this newfound birth
The region featured in this Spitzer image is called Barnard 30. It is located approximately 1,300 light-years away and sits on the right side of Orion’s “head,” just north of the massive star Lambda Orionis.
Wisps of green in the cloud are organic molecules called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. These molecules are formed anytime carbon-based materials are burned incompletely. On Earth, they can be found in the sooty exhaust from automobile and airplane engines. They also coat the grills where charcoal-broiled meats are cooked.
Tints of orange-red in the cloud are dust particles warmed by the newly forming stars. The reddish-pink dots at the top of the cloud are very young stars embedded in a cocoon of cosmic gas and dust. Blue spots throughout the image are background Milky Way along this line of sight.”
Credit: NASA/JPL/Spitzer

astronomicalwonders:

Young Stars Emerge from Orion’s Head

"This image from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope shows infant stars "hatching" in the head of the hunter constellation, Orion. Astronomers suspect that shockwaves from a supernova explosion in Orion’s head, nearly three million years ago, may have initiated this newfound birth

The region featured in this Spitzer image is called Barnard 30. It is located approximately 1,300 light-years away and sits on the right side of Orion’s “head,” just north of the massive star Lambda Orionis.

Wisps of green in the cloud are organic molecules called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. These molecules are formed anytime carbon-based materials are burned incompletely. On Earth, they can be found in the sooty exhaust from automobile and airplane engines. They also coat the grills where charcoal-broiled meats are cooked.

Tints of orange-red in the cloud are dust particles warmed by the newly forming stars. The reddish-pink dots at the top of the cloud are very young stars embedded in a cocoon of cosmic gas and dust. Blue spots throughout the image are background Milky Way along this line of sight.”

Credit: NASA/JPL/Spitzer