pensacrossing:

What happens when you cut the tree the villager is hiding.

windwrinkle:

Seagull slide, Tawas City, MI

windwrinkle:

Seagull slide, Tawas City, MI

i caught up with the tokyo ghoul manga and like, wow. everything got heavy as fuck in the latest few chapters

neilaglet:

Apologies to Artemisia Gentileschi.

neilaglet:

Apologies to Artemisia Gentileschi.

tokyo ghoul post

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its-tuesday-again:

WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH STRAIGHT BOYS

chriscalmdown:

Woops, sorry, that last pigeon image I posted totally doesn’t tile correctly. This one does, though, I promise. Look, I made it my blog background!

chriscalmdown:

Woops, sorry, that last pigeon image I posted totally doesn’t tile correctly. This one does, though, I promise. Look, I made it my blog background!

avianawareness:

Dove flying (by Elmore Photography)

i wonder if anyone has figured it out… that my blog… is not centered around pigeons

bloggingteenqueen:

rhodochrosite (quartz and calcite)

bloggingteenqueen:

rhodochrosite (quartz and calcite)

armanarlert:

if u know ur myers briggs personality type please check this out it is literally the coolest thing ever 

rockon-ro:

Campo del Cielo iron meteorite.  Structural classification is coarse octahedrite. The slice displays the classic Widmanstatten pattern (a.k.a. Thomson structure) found in some iron-nickel meteorites. This pattern results from the interweaving of crystals from two iron alloys, kamacite (low nickel) and taenite (high nickel). The Widmanstatten pattern is diagnostic of meteorites as this pattern cannot be duplicated in laboratories on Earth. To expose this pattern I first sliced the meteorite in half. Using various grades of emery cloth I polished the face of the sliced piece to a mirror finish. After polishing, the surface was etched with a 1:2 ratio mixture of 10% hydrochloric acid and 3% hydrogen peroxide. This creates a strong oxidizer in the presence of an acid, which is able to slowly eat away the iron. The varing rates of corrosion between the different iron alloys (kamacite and taenite) creates the Widmanstatten pattern of inter-locking iron crystals. The lower photo shows the intact meteorite. The middle photo shows the polished slice. The top photo shows the iron crystals that appear after etching.

15-year-old me: MOM I'm practically an ADULT ugggh you never let me do ANYTHING in olden times i could get MARRIED *eye roll into another dimension*
me now: for my birthday i want food and to stay on your health insurance