PATRICK SCHWASTED
inevitablepinholeburns:

vua:

ausonia:

White dragon king crown betta

this fish is cooler than me

i think you mean it’s betta than you

inevitablepinholeburns:

vua:

ausonia:

White dragon king crown betta

this fish is cooler than me

i think you mean it’s betta than you

Biloela — Wild Cockatoos, Leila Jeffreys

(Source: fetusinfetu)

peachpup:

bowling alley carpet

hemmosauce:

taking-the-hobbit-to-erebor:

babyferaligator:

picassojawbone:

this show is for little kids but it is the funniest shit I have ever seen

whats that mythbusters dude doin

is this attack on titan

once in art class my teacher played this on the projector for a full hour 

hemmosauce:

taking-the-hobbit-to-erebor:

babyferaligator:

picassojawbone:

this show is for little kids but it is the funniest shit I have ever seen

whats that mythbusters dude doin

is this attack on titan

once in art class my teacher played this on the projector for a full hour 

(Source: creepyweirdcartoons)

obscurevideogames:

pineapple - The Outfoxies (Namco - arcade - 1995)

obscurevideogames:

pineapple - The Outfoxies (Namco - arcade - 1995)

simonsaquascapeblog:

Photography: Aerial view of Lake Natron, Tanzania 
Salt lake located in northern Tanzania, close to the Kenyan border, in the eastern branch of the East African Rift. The color of the lake is characteristic of those where very high evaporation rates occur. As water evaporates during the dry season, salinity levels increase to the point that salt-loving microorganisms begin to thrive. Such halophile organisms include some cyanobacteria that make their own food with photosynthesis as plants do. The red accessory photosynthesizing pigment in the cyanobacteria produces the deep reds of the open water of the lake, and orange colors of the shallow parts of the lake. The alkali salt crust on the surface of the lake is also often colored red or pink by the salt-loving microorganisms that live there.photo credit: ©George Steinmetzhttp://www.georgesteinmetz.com/

simonsaquascapeblog:

Photography: Aerial view of Lake Natron, Tanzania 

Salt lake located in northern Tanzania, close to the Kenyan border, in the eastern branch of the East African Rift. The color of the lake is characteristic of those where very high evaporation rates occur. As water evaporates during the dry season, salinity levels increase to the point that salt-loving microorganisms begin to thrive. Such halophile organisms include some cyanobacteria that make their own food with photosynthesis as plants do. The red accessory photosynthesizing pigment in the cyanobacteria produces the deep reds of the open water of the lake, and orange colors of the shallow parts of the lake. The alkali salt crust on the surface of the lake is also often colored red or pink by the salt-loving microorganisms that live there.

photo credit: ©George Steinmetz
http://www.georgesteinmetz.com/