wildcat2030:

These Are Some of the Oldest Living Things on Earth - Animals sometimes sleep inside the hollows of giant 2,000-year old baobab trees inside Kruger Game Preserve in South Africa. Humans too, sometimes use the trees, for more dubious purposes — a jail, a toilet, a pop-up bar — as photographer Rachel Sussman discovered when she toured the park to photograph the trees for her new book, The Oldest Living Things in the World. The very oldest living things on the planet, scientists believe, are Actinobacteria that have inhabited underground permafrost in Siberia for up to 600,000 years. But ancient life survives on every continent, from 5,500-year-old Antarctic mosses, to a 100,000-year-old Mediterranean sea grass meadow, to 12,000-year-old creosote bushes in the Mojave desert, to the Tanzanian lomatia, a 43,600-year-old tree so endangered that only a single individual exists. (via These Are Some of the Oldest Living Things on Earth | Science | WIRED)

wildcat2030:

These Are Some of the Oldest Living Things on Earth
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Animals sometimes sleep inside the hollows of giant 2,000-year old baobab trees inside Kruger Game Preserve in South Africa. Humans too, sometimes use the trees, for more dubious purposes — a jail, a toilet, a pop-up bar — as photographer Rachel Sussman discovered when she toured the park to photograph the trees for her new book, The Oldest Living Things in the World. The very oldest living things on the planet, scientists believe, are Actinobacteria that have inhabited underground permafrost in Siberia for up to 600,000 years. But ancient life survives on every continent, from 5,500-year-old Antarctic mosses, to a 100,000-year-old Mediterranean sea grass meadow, to 12,000-year-old creosote bushes in the Mojave desert, to the Tanzanian lomatia, a 43,600-year-old tree so endangered that only a single individual exists. (via These Are Some of the Oldest Living Things on Earth | Science | WIRED)

oceanpath:

Skógafoss | Iceland (by PAk DocK on Flickr)

oceanpath:

Skógafoss | Iceland (by PAk DocK on Flickr)

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artisticallynaked:

mikeymcmichaels:

Bretagne - by Mikey McMichaels - 343019IMG_7684

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artisticallynaked:

mikeymcmichaels:

Bretagne - by Mikey McMichaels - 343019IMG_7684

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slaaneshi-party-bus:

The King in Yellow by K.L. Turner.

slaaneshi-party-bus:

The King in Yellow by K.L. Turner.

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sullenmoons:

Paul Lehr
cum5lut:

Seiichi Hayashi

cum5lut:

Seiichi Hayashi

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centuriespast:

The Last Drop (The Gay Cavalier)
Judith Leyster (c. July 28, 1609 – February 10, 1660)
Philadelphia Museum of Art

centuriespast:

The Last Drop (The Gay Cavalier)

Judith Leyster (c. July 28, 1609 – February 10, 1660)

Philadelphia Museum of Art

coolsciencegifs:

creative-insanity:

Because everyone needs a gif of making ice cream sandwiches on their blog.

Yes. Yes they do.

coolsciencegifs:

creative-insanity:

Because everyone needs a gif of making ice cream sandwiches on their blog.

Yes. Yes they do.

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paintgod:

"I don’t give a damn what men find attractive. It’s unfortunate what we find pleasing to the touch and pleasing to the eye is seldom the same"
Pulp Fiction, 1994

paintgod:

"I don’t give a damn what men find attractive. It’s unfortunate what we find pleasing to the touch and pleasing to the eye is seldom the same"

Pulp Fiction, 1994

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