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September 16th
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allasianflavours:

Travels to Turkey by Tomasz Wagner Mananetwork

September 16th
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September 16th
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September 15th
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carpaltunnelofl0ve:

Lmaoo drunk eating on the floor

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September 14th
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Pablo Picasso
Femme Se Coiffant, 1952

Pablo Picasso

Femme Se Coiffant, 1952

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September 14th
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September 14th
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you-can-have-whatever-you-like:

Just let it shine

you-can-have-whatever-you-like:

Just let it shine

September 13th
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meatbicyclevevo:

me flirting

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September 13th
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September 9th
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nosleeptilbushwick:

this is absolutely incredible

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September 9th
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11:38 pm

peaceful-moon:

jasonviola:

Fear of Flowers Part 1

goodness this is beautiful

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September 9th
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chalkandwater:

Lonesome George (c. 1912 - June 24, 2012) was the last Pinta Island Tortoise in existence. His subspecies was wiped out by invasive feral goats who devastated the native vegetation, leaving nothing for the tortoises to feed on. Found to be the only survivor of his kind, he was relocated from his native island in 1971 to the Charles Darwin Research Station on Santa Cruz Island where he stayed until he died of old age in 2012.

From David Attenborough’s encounter with Lonesome George in Life in Cold Blood.

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September 9th
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11:34 pm

Episode 13: Unafraid of the Dark, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey

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September 9th
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11:33 pm

kqedscience:

Giant stinky Corpse Flower, blossoming
“The Huntington, a wonderful destination here in Los Angeles, has posted GIFs of the rare Corpse Flower blossoming. If you’re in Southern California, you gotta see it in person. The plant’s latin name, Amorphophallus titanum comes from Ancient Greek amorphos, “without form, misshapen” + phallos, “phallus”, and titan, “giant.”
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kqedscience:

Giant stinky Corpse Flower, blossoming

The Huntington, a wonderful destination here in Los Angeles, has posted GIFs of the rare Corpse Flower blossoming. If you’re in Southern California, you gotta see it in person. The plant’s latin name, Amorphophallus titanum comes from Ancient Greek amorphos, “without form, misshapen” + phallos, “phallus”, and titan, “giant.”

(via BoingBoing)

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September 9th
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s.t.