vanessavalkyria:

El torreón II on Flickr.
El torreón II

vanessavalkyria:

El torreón II on Flickr.

El torreón II

Reblogged from medievalwitch, 990 notes, September 20, 2014

di-johnlock:

It’s not over, don’t forget

di-johnlock:

It’s not over, don’t forget

(Source: seven-percent-solvtion)

Reblogged from takealookatyourlife, 42,443 notes, September 20, 2014

(Source: the-weird-wide-web)

Reblogged from cherryseltzer, 559 notes, September 20, 2014

Reblogged from tinyfemme, 33 notes, September 20, 2014

nevver:

We’ll leave the light on for you, Matjaz Krivic

nevver:

We’ll leave the light on for you, Matjaz Krivic

Reblogged from nevver, 882 notes, September 20, 2014

nevver:

Looking up, Peter Stewart

Reblogged from nevver, 1,885 notes, September 20, 2014

courageous-and-strong:

Water Shed II (by Johan Klovsjö)

courageous-and-strong:

Water Shed II (by Johan Klovsjö)

Reblogged from inatt, 1,986 notes, September 20, 2014

leprincelointain:

Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900), L’Acropole - 1883

leprincelointain:

Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900), L’Acropole - 1883

Reblogged from fyodors, 345 notes, September 19, 2014

Reblogged from thetieguy, 424 notes, September 19, 2014

maruti-bitamin:

watercolour + 140lb paper

Reblogged from strawberrypantsu, 5,116 notes, September 19, 2014

prostheticknowledge:

Wavepot

Browser-based real-time live-coding music editor to create your own little Algorave music.

Even if you are not familiar with coding, it is interesting to see and hear what and how the electronic music presents itself. You can change anything in the code for differing results (for example, changing the BPM variable or numbers that represent the notes of the bassline).

A lot of the examples sounds very Chiptune and some more sophisticated than others, but the project is constantly being worked on with new features and capabilities.

Worth an investigation if you are curious.

Try it out for yourself here

Reblogged from prostheticknowledge, 561 notes, September 19, 2014

babybowsers:

me: *petting a cat* nice

cat: *bathes self where i touched it*

me: image

Reblogged from muffinpines, 55,584 notes, September 19, 2014

aerloxlehkka:

verhungernde:

fun fact: you don’t cure depression by telling me i have nothing to be sad about

another fun fact: you dont cure anxiety by just getting up and doing whatever it is that makes you anxious

(Source: merankoria)

Reblogged from muffinpines, 172,595 notes, September 19, 2014

think-progress:


In 2013 natural disasters displaced some 22 million people, with more than four-fifths of those being in Asia, according to a new report. Using four decades of data, the study by the Norwegian Refugee Council found that floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts, and other hazards now cause twice as many people to lose their homes as in the 1970s. Over the last decade an average of 27 million people have lost their homes to disaster each year, and in 2010 that number rose to 42 million. In an especially bad year of violent conflict, 2013 saw three times more people lose their homes to natural disaster than war; this ratio has been as high as ten times in the past.

FACT: Climate change is understood to worsen many weather-driven natural disasters.

think-progress:

In 2013 natural disasters displaced some 22 million people, with more than four-fifths of those being in Asia, according to a new report. Using four decades of data, the study by the Norwegian Refugee Council found that floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts, and other hazards now cause twice as many people to lose their homes as in the 1970s. Over the last decade an average of 27 million people have lost their homes to disaster each year, and in 2010 that number rose to 42 million. In an especially bad year of violent conflict, 2013 saw three times more people lose their homes to natural disaster than war; this ratio has been as high as ten times in the past.

FACT: Climate change is understood to worsen many weather-driven natural disasters.

Reblogged from think-progress, 134 notes, September 19, 2014