I tink.. aww I forgot

Sep 15, 2014 3:30am
You know when sometimes you meet someone so beautiful and then you actually talk to them and five minutes later they’re as dull as a brick? Then there’s other people, when you meet them you think, “Not bad. They’re okay.” And then you get to know them and… and their face just sort of becomes them. Like their personality’s written all over it. And they just turn into something so beautiful. - Amy Pond
Comments
Jul 21, 2014 8:05am

(Source: , via bunnydoodle)

Comments
Jul 21, 2014 8:01am
m-oondreams:

chanel-smokes:



♡soft grunge/models/pale♡





♡ queued, following back all blog types ♡

m-oondreams:

chanel-smokes:

♡ queued, following back all blog types ♡

(Source: suckmypepper, via bunnydoodle)

Comments
Jul 21, 2014 7:59am

longlivethestars:

yourvoiceinnovember:

bana05:

rhamphotheca:

underthevastblueseas: Underwater Rivers?

A group of amateur cave explorers discovered a river in Mexico with banks, trees and leaves just like an ordinary river, but with an additional metric shit ton of “WTF,” because they were hovering 25 feet over it in scuba gear when they discovered it.

While underwater water doesn’t seem possible, the “river” is actually a briny mix of salt water and hydrogen sulfide. It’s much more dense than regular salt water, so it sinks to the bottom and forms a distinct separation that acts and flows like a river.

Deep sea lakes look like normal lakes, complete with sandy and rocky shores. Scientist call these lakes “cold seeps,” but they’re a hotbed for life, because apparently waterfront real estate is a hot commodity under water, too. The “rocky” shores are actually made up of hundreds of thousands of mussels. Even weirder, the lakes under the waves have waves of their own.

Photos by Anatoly Beloshchin,source,


This planet, mayne…


They discovered the goo lagoon from spongebob

(Source: underthevastblueseas, via bunnydoodle)

Comments
Jul 21, 2014 7:55am

archiemcphee:

We can’t stop staring at these breathtakingly dramatic wire sculptures by Staffordshire, England-based sculptor Robin Wight. He specializes in transforming lengths of stainless steel wire into beautiful fairies who appear to be exulting in power of the wind as it scatters the seeds of giant dandelions they hold or trees and blades of grass to which they cling.

Visit Robin Wight’s website and Facebook page to view more of his wonderful wire fairies and click here to learn about Wight’s painstaking process for creating these fantastic pieces. He even offers DIY Fairy Sculpture Starter Kits so you can make your own.

[via Colossal]

(via lookatmybabs)

Comments
Aug 9, 2012 2:05am
Comments
Aug 8, 2012 9:42pm
dreamy

dreamy

Comments
Aug 8, 2012 7:33pm
The creative person is both more primitive and more cultured, more destructive and more constructive, crazier and saner, than the average person. - F. Barron, “The psychology of imagination”, Scientific American (September 1958)
Comments
Aug 8, 2012 5:14pm
chocolate. melted chocolate. with strawberries. melted chocolate with strawberries.

chocolate. melted chocolate. with strawberries. melted chocolate with strawberries.

Comments
Aug 8, 2012 3:15pm
Comments
Aug 8, 2012 1:00pm
wow

wow

Comments
Aug 8, 2012 10:51am
Casey <3

Casey <3

Comments
Aug 8, 2012 8:30am
whipped cream&#8230;.

whipped cream….

Comments
Aug 8, 2012 6:20am
ooh

ooh

Comments
Aug 8, 2012 4:16am
eyeliner

eyeliner

Comments
Page 1 of 261