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Oct 20

apartmenttherapy:

The Floyd Leg — Maxwell’s Daily Find 10.20.14:  http://on.apttherapy.com/ysv5Xv

apartmenttherapy:

The Floyd Leg — Maxwell’s Daily Find 10.20.14: http://on.apttherapy.com/ysv5Xv


apartmenttherapy:

How To Clean the Inside of Vases the Easy Way — Apartment Therapy Tutorials:  http://on.apttherapy.com/zPyDQ8

apartmenttherapy:

How To Clean the Inside of Vases the Easy Way — Apartment Therapy Tutorials: http://on.apttherapy.com/zPyDQ8


apartmenttherapy:

There’s a Kickstarter to Turn Satellite Images Into a Typeface — Design News:  http://on.apttherapy.com/Vk6GXt

apartmenttherapy:

There’s a Kickstarter to Turn Satellite Images Into a Typeface — Design News: http://on.apttherapy.com/Vk6GXt


archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Natural Phenomena shares a rare and incredible sight: a pod of sperm whales fast asleep, floating in a vertical position, some with noses pointed up towards the water’s surface, some pointed down to the ocean floor. It’s a haunting sight, something the whales are believed to do for only brief periods of about 12 minutes at a time. Quick, vertical power naps.

Researchers have observed sleeping sperm whales exhibiting the same sort of Rapid Eye Movement that’s associated with dreaming in humans. So now we’re wondering what sorts of awesome things whales dream about.

Above gif and image taken from video footage used in the Discovery Channel series The Magic of the Big Blue (episode 4 of 7). Click here to watch.

[via Twisted Sifter and Sploid]



Oct 19


poochcrew:

Shhh the baby is sleeping

poochcrew:

Shhh the baby is sleeping

(via tastefullyoffensive)


tastefullyoffensive:

Mammo-Grahams [via]

tastefullyoffensive:

Mammo-Grahams [via]


georgetakei:

We often speak of natural beauty. But are our eyes being fooled? These photos show how far some go to attain “beauty.” Does it push too far, or should we admire these results?

georgetakei:

We often speak of natural beauty. But are our eyes being fooled? These photos show how far some go to attain “beauty.” Does it push too far, or should we admire these results?


bublog:

It’s the weekend, and BABY BUB can hardly contain herself.

bublog:

It’s the weekend, and BABY BUB can hardly contain herself.


archiemcphee:

Orchids are amazing flowers. Previously we’ve seen orchids that look like monkeys and others that resemble various insects. Now here’s an equally awesome blossom that looks like a beautiful ballerina performing a pirouette. It’s even called a Ballerina Orchid (Caladenia melanema). This flower is native to Western Australia and considered critically endangered.
This lovely specimen was photographed by Tere Montero at the Lankester Botanical Gardens in Costa Rica.
Head over to Neatorama to check out other fascinating flowers that resemble other things.

archiemcphee:

Orchids are amazing flowers. Previously we’ve seen orchids that look like monkeys and others that resemble various insects. Now here’s an equally awesome blossom that looks like a beautiful ballerina performing a pirouette. It’s even called a Ballerina Orchid (Caladenia melanema). This flower is native to Western Australia and considered critically endangered.

This lovely specimen was photographed by Tere Montero at the Lankester Botanical Gardens in Costa Rica.

Head over to Neatorama to check out other fascinating flowers that resemble other things.



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