This colony of Tessadom est. 2011
The origin of Tessadom silence-without est. 2002
Tessa herself est. 1981
The semaphors of Tessadom @sirtessa est. 2008

23rd July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost with 19,914 notes

nubbsgalore:

over the hills and far away, a misty mountain hop. photos by michal karckz

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23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Let's biologize this coprolite with 233,200 notes

guo-jia:

stunningpicture:

After a lot of rain here in FL these baby frogs appeared. They eerily all faced the same direction.

THE RITUAL HAS BEGUN

guo-jia:

stunningpicture:

After a lot of rain here in FL these baby frogs appeared. They eerily all faced the same direction.

THE RITUAL HAS BEGUN

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23rd July 2014

Photoset reblogged from ส้มตำ//somtum with 35,102 notes

chrisbrinleejr:

Took Finch on her first camping trip for my birthday this weekend.

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23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Gravitational Beauty with 953 notes

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23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Dezzoi with 42 notes

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23rd July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Dezzoi with 2,254 notes

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23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Dezzoi with 52 notes

thalassarche:

Lammergeier / Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) - photo by Francesco Panuello

thalassarche:

Lammergeier / Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) - photo by Francesco Panuello

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23rd July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Pepper and Pals with 105 notes

pepperandpals:

Conures, ringnecks, quakers, and a macaw! Oh my!

23rd July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Dezzoi with 2,375 notes

earth-song:

he Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus), also known as the Lammergeier or Lammergeyer, is a bird of prey, and the only member of the genusGypaetus. Traditionally considered an Old World vulture, it actually forms a minor lineage of Accipitridae together with the Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus), its closest living relative. It is not much more closely related to the Old World vultures proper than to, for example, hawks, and differs from the former by its feathered neck. Although dissimilar, the Egyptian and Bearded Vulture each have a lozenge-shaped tail – unusual among birds of prey.

It eats mainly carrion and lives and breeds on crags in high mountains in southern Europe, the Caucasus,Africa, the Indian Subcontinent, andTibet, laying one or two eggs in mid-winter that hatch at the beginning of spring. Populations are resident. This bird is 94–125 cm (37–49 in) long with a wingspan of 2.31–2.83 m (7.6–9.3 ft). It weighs 4.5–7.8 kg (9.9–17.2 lb), with the nominate race averaging 6.21 kg (13.7 lb) and G. b. meridionalis of Africa averaging 5.7 kg (13 lb).In Eurasia, vultures found around the Himalayas tend to be slightly larger than those from other mountain ranges.Females are slightly larger than males.

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23rd July 2014

Link reblogged from Merf. Thinking is Hard. with 36 notes

http://jhameia.tumblr.com/post/92608534771/kiriamaya-a-bit-of-advice-for-friends-of →

kiriamaya:

A bit of advice for friends of depressed/anxious/etc. people (not just me, but anyone):

Sometimes, what we need is to be talked through a situation. Not berated, or told to cheer up, or told it’s “not that bad”… but to be helped through some of the practical considerations that…

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