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What to expect:

• Literature

• Architecture

• Astronomy

• Anthropology

• Art History

• Fandoms:

• Tolkien

• Supernatural

•Breaking Bad


zizzerzazzerzuzz:

Calligraphy Exercise [16th century] by Ahmed Karahisari

zizzerzazzerzuzz:

Calligraphy Exercise [16th century] by Ahmed Karahisari

— 3 weeks ago with 2 notes
cemeteryconservation:

bobcronkphotography:

We Are Stardust - For billions of years we are nothing but interstellar matter, then for a brief moment in time we are allowed to live before our minds and bodies are once again returned to the universe. Make every day count. This photo was taken at the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery in Grass Valley, Oregon. By far the scariest shoot I have ever been on.

So beautiful.

I have no words.

cemeteryconservation:

bobcronkphotography:

We Are Stardust - For billions of years we are nothing but interstellar matter, then for a brief moment in time we are allowed to live before our minds and bodies are once again returned to the universe. Make every day count. This photo was taken at the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery in Grass Valley, Oregon. By far the scariest shoot I have ever been on.

So beautiful.

I have no words.

(via funeralmute)

— 3 weeks ago with 1325 notes
This man. I swear to God.

This man. I swear to God.

(Source: higherfall, via lulz-time)

— 1 month ago with 390811 notes
oosik:

Ash
Excavating around volcanoes can be beneficial as doing so can give a good temporal marker. Generally in Alaska when we dig, we pop the root mat off and scrape the bottom of what is stuck to the tundra. So here, I’ve just popped off the top of my unit making the stratigraphy upside down with the bottom of the exposed sediment being the top of the root map.
Regardless, the nice, thick gray to brown layer is completely volcanic ash. Many areas in Alaska still aren’t studied well enough to know which ash is from what, but due to its thickness, this ash layer is likely from the largest known historical eruption of Augustine in 1883, or the 1912 Katmai eruption. 

oosik:

Ash

Excavating around volcanoes can be beneficial as doing so can give a good temporal marker. Generally in Alaska when we dig, we pop the root mat off and scrape the bottom of what is stuck to the tundra. So here, I’ve just popped off the top of my unit making the stratigraphy upside down with the bottom of the exposed sediment being the top of the root map.

Regardless, the nice, thick gray to brown layer is completely volcanic ash. Many areas in Alaska still aren’t studied well enough to know which ash is from what, but due to its thickness, this ash layer is likely from the largest known historical eruption of Augustine in 1883, or the 1912 Katmai eruption. 

(via lostinhistory)

— 1 month ago with 173 notes

I don’t want Pizza. I need Pizza.

— 1 month ago with 4 notes

benjoyment:

48 Shades of Lightning 
Taken from last night’s thunderstorm.
(color hues are unretouched)

(via nightmaremoan)

— 1 month ago with 347594 notes

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Tuesday afternoon, Ferguson protesters march in downtown St. Louis, from City Hall to the US Courthouse. 

(via afro-dominicano)

— 1 month ago with 38117 notes

redphilistine:

Palestinians — young and old — celebrate an indefinite ceasefire in Gaza. 26 August 2014.

(Source: sbs.com.au, via comrade-sagan)

— 1 month ago with 11444 notes