27 7 / 2014

sailamoon:

Crystal Disk (1992 vs. 2014) 

27 7 / 2014

xxnekronightmarexx:

20 years later, she still doesn’t know how to use a computer

xxnekronightmarexx:

20 years later, she still doesn’t know how to use a computer

27 7 / 2014

meganedanshii:

Sailor Moon - Usagi Computer! (1992/2014)

meganedanshii:

Sailor Moon - Usagi Computer! (1992/2014)

27 7 / 2014

"But since they keep on ending, they will keep on starting;

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27 7 / 2014

thelonelyfloydian:

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thedailywhat:

This is What Happens When Sand Gets Struck by Lightning:
Fulgurites are natural hollow glass tubes formed in quartzose sand, silica, or soil by lightning strikes (at 3,270 °F), which instantaneously melts silica on a conductive surface and fuses grains together over a period of around one second. Photographed by Ken Smith.

thelonelyfloydian:

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thedailywhat:

This is What Happens When Sand Gets Struck by Lightning:

Fulgurites are natural hollow glass tubes formed in quartzose sand, silica, or soil by lightning strikes (at 3,270 °F), which instantaneously melts silica on a conductive surface and fuses grains together over a period of around one second. Photographed by Ken Smith.

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26 7 / 2014

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26 7 / 2014

malformalady:

Opalized wood. Petrified wood is basically fossilized wood that has had it’s organic matter replaced by a mineral such as agate, bit by bit, as it decomposes. The wood structure is maintained, but the wood fibers are slowly changed into stone. Sometimes a jasper, quartz, pyrite or even opal(shown above) can be found fossilized in wood.

malformalady:

Opalized wood. Petrified wood is basically fossilized wood that has had it’s organic matter replaced by a mineral such as agate, bit by bit, as it decomposes. The wood structure is maintained, but the wood fibers are slowly changed into stone. Sometimes a jasper, quartz, pyrite or even opal(shown above) can be found fossilized in wood.

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26 7 / 2014

Shades of Turquoise Ice

Lake Baikal - In the winter, for about five months or from January to May, the lake freezes over but the water is so clear that, from the surface, you can see an astounding 130 feet below you. Transparent and shining in a turquoise color, these masses of broken ice look like shards of glass rising into the sky. They are caused by the slow and unequal pressure in the main body of the packed ice as well as by the unequal structure and temperature.

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26 7 / 2014

jayrockin:

i love miners lettuce it is the cutest plant ever and nobody knows about it it starts growing as these little bloop shaped leaves and then there are littlw heart shaped ones and then finally when it flowers it grows little circles with flowers in the middle of them and it is literally the cutest fuckign thing because it makes whatever little nook they are growing out of look like it has lilypads, or sometimes there’s a field of them and its like a field of tiny land lilypads and they are also completely edible you can put them in a salad or a sandwich like its no big deal and they are native to where i live so they jsut appear as volunteers in our garden every spring and they are green and fluffy and grow in cute little mounds and i love them so mcuh oh nooo

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26 7 / 2014

pascalcampion:

_You came…_I told you I would..#pascalcampionart

pascalcampion:

_You came…
_I told you I would..
#pascalcampionart

26 7 / 2014

bluepueblo:

Tulip Sunset, Skagit Valley, Washington
photo via sharon

bluepueblo:

Tulip Sunset, Skagit Valley, Washington

photo via sharon

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26 7 / 2014

betomad:

Edinburgh, Scotland. photos by Daniel Farò

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26 7 / 2014

thedailylaughs:

Even broken things can still be beautiful. [via]

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