Brother Jake Presents: True Believing Mormon Dude (by Jake Frost)

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verybluebirdy:


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so last weekend i was at the biggest week in american birding festival and this amazing blackburnian warbler was just stunningly close and i love him and they’re my favourite wood warblers and UnU what a good bird

verybluebirdy:

close up ( by verybluebirdy )

so last weekend i was at the biggest week in american birding festival and this amazing blackburnian warbler was just stunningly close and i love him and they’re my favourite wood warblers and UnU what a good bird

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earth-song:

This is not a cartoon! yeah, its real and live in in tropical Central and South America!

Potoos (family Nyctibiidae) are a group of near passerine birds related to the nightjars and frogmouths. They are sometimes called Poor-me-ones, after their haunting calls. There are seven species in one genus,Nyctibius, in tropical Central and South America.

These are nocturnal insectivores which lack the bristles around the mouth found in the true nightjars. They hunt from a perch like a shrike or flycatcher. During the day they perch upright on tree stumps, camouflagedto look like part of the stump. The single spotted egg is laid directly on the top of a stump. [read more]

odditiesoflife:

Funky Fungi

Bearded Tooth Mushroom - This strange looking fungus is edible when young and grows primarily in North America. The mushroom is unique due to its unusual, white and hairy appearance. The taste resembles seafood and is used mostly in Chinese cuisine.

Sky Blue (Entoloma Hochstetteri) - It is named after the German naturalist Ferdinand von Hochstetter. Found in the woodlands of New Zealand and India, the small mushroom is known for its blue color because of three azulene pigments and is not edible.

Cauliflower (Sparassis) - This unique mushroom derives its name from Greek meaning “to tear”. These species are found in Korea, USA and Australia. The mushroom is edible only when its still white in color.

Fly Agaric (Amanita Muscaria) - They belongs to the poisonous types of fungus usually growing in the regions of the Northern Hemisphere. These beautiful deep red mushrooms are large with with white spots and are one of the most recognizable types of mushroom.

Turkey Tail (Trametes Versicolor) - This fungus can be found all over the world and looks like turkey feathers. The importance of this species is high in China and Japan as they are used in medicine for therapies against cancer.

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redandblackattack:

Let’s go!

weedporndaily:

How to roll a cannabis leaf cigar

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Revolution is not:

A marketing slogan
A shift in consciousness
Automatic or inevitable
Smothering the enemy with love
Trading one dictator for another
Voting with our dollars
Electing a less obvious evil
A formula
Personal transformation
A change in attitude
Redefining success
A t-shirt slogan
Occupying a park
A symbolic act
The expansion of bourgeois democracy
Escaping the system
A single heroic act
A restructuring of the system
Internet activism
Radical reforms
A series of protests
The easing of misery
Being the change we wish to see

The ruling class cannot be taken out of power by refusing to participate, or starving it through better consumer choices. Capitalism cannot be boycotted out of existence. It cannot be walked away from. It cannot be defeated by any individual act. It is the conscious overthrow of one class by another.

Stephanie McMillan (via amodernmanifesto)

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modernizing:

Patriza Headquarters by Kada Wittfeld Architektur in Augsburg, GermanyPhotos by Gerhard Hagen.

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handsomedogs:

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handsomedogs:

My border collie, Alfie.

handsomedogs:

My border collie, Alfie.

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we-r-stubborn:

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heartisbreaking:

happy! by ctr0128 on Flickr.