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Dan Croll - From Nowhere


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skylerbrownart:

Happy Earth Day! 

here are a few photos I took at Antelope Canyon, one of many narrow sandstone passages in the American Southwest that have been sculpted by thousands of years of flash flooding.

(by Skyler Brown)


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mishawinsexster:

Friendly reminder that the Duckbill Platypus is not beaver sized but the tiniest most cutest patootie being in existence 

OH GOD

i thought these things were the size of like, large cats or something. ITS FUCKING TINY JESUS

I really want a platypus to swim with.


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gothiccharmschool:

Black Bat flower!

thesweetestspit:

This ornamental flowering plant is among the showiest of the Tacca chantrieri  plant family (part of the yam family).  Common names are Black Bat Flower, Bat Head Lily, Devil Flower, Cat’s Whiskers and Tacca chantrieni.

Originally the Black Bat flower plant grew and still does grow wild in the tropical forests of Yunnan Province, in South China. Even prior to blooming, it resembles sleeping bats hanging downward from their roost.



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shakeshack:

Artist Nathan Pyle's gif guide to NYC street etiquette is handy for any city. Take it to the streets!

I WANT TO IMPLANT THIS IN THE BRAINS OF EVERY FUCKING NYC TOURIST AND NEWCOMER. 

This is London too omg

This is probably every major city but New Yorkers are famous for the invisible sidewalk lanes.

IF YOU EVER PLAN ON VISITING NYC, PLEASE READ THIS, THIS IS SO IMPORTANT.


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ateliercornelia:

Color Study: Desert Sky

Alice Blue, Baby Blue, Sky Blue, Periwinkle,  Peach, Carnation Pink and Rose.


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bobbycaputo:

Weegee, America’s First Crime Scene Photographer

In the 1930’s and 40’s, photographer Arthur Fellig had a reputation for getting to crime scenes before the cops, and so he gained his nickname “Weegee.” He made his living photographing crime scenes for NYC newspapers.


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when it’s too much even for your own standards


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newportfolkfest:

“When it comes to music, people often romanticize the past. It’s understandable–it’s a lot easier to have perspective about something that happened a long time ago, and so much amazing music comes from there. But I think sometimes people use the past as a crutch.”
- Stephen Weinheimer

newportfolkfest:

When it comes to music, people often romanticize the past. It’s understandable–it’s a lot easier to have perspective about something that happened a long time ago, and so much amazing music comes from there. But I think sometimes people use the past as a crutch.”

- Stephen Weinheimer