1. 22:39 18th Apr 2014

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    4himglory:

Apple Crumble | Seasons and Suppers

    4himglory:

    Apple Crumble | Seasons and Suppers

     
  2. 22:38

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    Tags: For Ben

     
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    SO um apparently Tom Hiddleston is going to be in a nother period movie

    omgthatdress:

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    At first I was like

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    1840s maybe 1850s, a little too *goth* but not so inaccurate I can’t deal with it.

    And then I saw the other costumes

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    1900s Gibson Girl with an Elsa Schiaparelli belt this movie might as well be title HAHAHAHAHAHAHA FUCK YOU OMGTD.  The rest of this movie could be fucking flawless but I will never be able to enjoy it because I’ll be picking apart every little inaccurate costume detail.

     
  7. 22:25

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    biomorphosis:

    Baby Seal posing!

     
  8. 22:24

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    kaiidth:

    game of thrones + dragon age ii quote swap

    "There is only one god and his name is Death. And there is only one with we say to Death: ‘Not today’."
     
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    But I must admit I miss you quite terribly. The world is too quiet without you nearby. I go to bed early and rise late and feel as if I have hardly slept.
    — Lemony Snicket, The Beatrice Letters (via perfect)

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  12. 22:13

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    atlasobscura:

    Why are these animals in a 16th century manuscript wearing jet packs? That’s the mystery Mitch Fraas, Scholar in Residence at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries’ Kislak Center for Special Collections, set out to decipher. It turns out the truth is a bit macabre, but the illustrators obviously took some whimsical joy in depicting these rocket cats and birds. Fraas told Atlas Obscura more about these fire-fueled cats:

    Just about a year ago, a friend sent me a link with a picture from one of our manuscripts here at Penn. I gaped… was that really a picture of a cat and a bird propelled by rocket packs!? This seemed pretty unlikely for a 16th century manuscript, but within a week I had turned up another half dozen examples of similar illustrations. So, what’s the deal with these rocket creatures?

    All of the illustrations here come from early explosives and warfare manuals copied and re-copied with alterations between the 16th and 17th centuries. The immediate originator of the idea behind these cat and bird bombs was Franz Helm of Cologne, an artillery master in the service of various German princes who likely served in campaigns against Turkish forces during the mid-16th century. He wrote a treatise on siege warfare (Buch von den probierten Künsten) and artillery that circulated widely in manuscript, but was not published in print until 1625.

    Keep reading on Atlas Obscura for a full explanation of these rocket cats from the 1600s!

     
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    pbsnature:

    A three-day old abandoned female sea otter pup is rescued by the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Watch “Saving Otter 501” on NATURE on PBS online.

    omg

     
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    mypubliclands:

    This week, the Trust for Public Land donated nearly 6,000 acres of stunning coastal landscape in Santa Cruz County, California, that will now be managed by the BLM for public recreation and preservation of natural resources. Known as Coast Dairies land, the donation completes a long-term effort by partners and local communities to provide a natural landscape that can be experienced and enjoyed as public lands. 

    BLM lands will connect the Coast Dairies shoreline beach, recently donated to California State Parks, to the Santa Cruz Mountains east of Highway 1. The landscape includes stunning coastal terraces, rolling pastoral grasslands, oak woodlands and redwood forest. Come #DiscoverTheCoast.

    Photos by Jim Pickering, BLM