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jesus christ x brand new

Jesus Christ, I’m alone again
So what did you do those three days you were dead?

uncacti:

Um I think I should look at plants for a living / IG @yayjords

Do not ask your children
to strive for extraordinary lives.
Such striving may seem admirable,
but it is the way of foolishness.
Help them instead to find the wonder
and the marvel of an ordinary life.
Show them the joy of tasting
tomatoes, apples and pears.
Show them how to cry
when pets and people die.
Show them the infinite pleasure
in the touch of a hand.
And make the ordinary come alive for them.
The extraordinary will take care of itself.
William Martin (via thatkindofwoman)

plaunt:

mostlycatsmostly:

bethanysawhill:  my beautiful kitty luna

such a beautiful cat

ted:

Slime mold: It’s smarter than you think

This gooey, gelatinous amoeba might look pretty gross, but it’s changing the way we think of intelligence. Despite not having a brain, this slime can solve mazes, make healthy food choices and carefully navigate its environment. Amazingly, the 600 million-year-old organism has developed systems to remember, anticipate and make decisions without any central intelligence system.

More on the eukaryotic microorganism »

cdkphotography:

La Petite Ceinture - PARIS

( Photography by C.D.K )

just met the prettiest plant I’ve seen all week! friendly and soft

beaverdangit:

autumn-colour geraniums

libutron:

Knitted fungus

These amazing knitted fungus, truly inspired by real mushrooms, are the result of extraordinary creative work of Leigh Martin, a fiber artist and nature enthusiast residing in Central Oklahoma (US).

Photos (top to bottom):

1. Parrot fungi

2. Clavaria zollingeri

3. Turkey tail

4. Anemone stinkhorn

5. Caesar’s mushroom

6. Jack-o’-lantern mushroom 

unastrenoir:

Sorry, I love green. Ugh.

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