jabbervvock:

roccocantodea:

Attacus atlas - the largest moth in the world.

earthstory:

Tri coloured tourmaline on quartz

Having explored some other hues of multicoloured tourmaline in two recent posts (seehttp://tinyurl.com/mmtsbdd andhttp://tinyurl.com/kt4d2qc), we thought we’d widen the scope to these lovely green, orange and yellow crystals. While the colours are due to iron, they differ because of different distortions in the crystal lattice formed by a mixture of impurities. 

Loz

Image credit: Reno Chris

I’m just a teenage dirtbag, baby, like you.

(Source: moscatobots, via oldgumbiecat)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Antonio Mora. La Chica Crisálida.

also here

(via pachipachiworld)

pachipachiworld:

"You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it."

keep on shining…Robin Williams! 

(Source: sandandglass, via kkcir)

(Source: leviathanrose, via kkcir)

likeafieldmouse:

Peter Doig - No Foreign Lands: Imaginary Boys (2004/13)

whats-after-life:

Eyes are my weakness.

(Source: korra-odi)

archiemcphee:

"You must understand, young Hobbit, it takes a long time to say anything in Old Entish. And we never say anything unless it is worth taking a long time to say."

Thanks to the work of Italian photographer Elido Turco we’ve all been invited to an Entmoot. Turco has a great eye for trees and uses a mirroring technique to transform the the natural textures of their trunks and branches into faces that could only belong to J. R. R. Tolkien’s mighty Ents.

Visit Elido Turco’s Flickr account to view more of his photos of Middle Earth’s forest shepherds.

[via Junkculture]