I've porcupined this before.
asapscience:

Looks strikingly similar to a galaxy spiral?
via Reddit

asapscience:

Looks strikingly similar to a galaxy spiral?

via Reddit

hobbitunderthemountain:

GOOGLE TELLS YOU HOBBIT MEAL TIMES I’M SCREAMING

hobbitunderthemountain:

GOOGLE TELLS YOU HOBBIT MEAL TIMES I’M SCREAMING

Look I went outside.

Look I went outside.

terrorsofthec and I went on a little trip to the open coast of Washington. Unfortunately that’s near where Twilight happened. But at least there were some interesting vampire/werewolf geocaches.

terrorsofthec and I went on a little trip to the open coast of Washington. Unfortunately that’s near where Twilight happened. But at least there were some interesting vampire/werewolf geocaches.

Being uncomfortable in nature

Being uncomfortable in nature

Visited the windy outer coast of Washington this weekend.

kylejthompson:

living (ghost town) - Kyle Thompson

kylejthompson:

living (ghost town) - Kyle Thompson

sci-universe:

Glaucus atlanticus, the blue dragon (also called sea swallow and blue angel), is a species of small-sized blue sea slug. This tiny animal spends its life floating upside-down on the surface of the Pacific, Atlantic, or Indian Ocean thanks to an air bubble which it swallows and keeps inside its belly, going wherever the currents and the wind take it.

This cute-looking creature is actually an aggressive predator that feeds on organisms much larger than itself, including the most venomous ones. It also can give you a poison sting when picking one up barehanded.

theoriginaljoefisher:

(via Dramatic Stainless Steel Wire Fairies by Robin Wight | Colossal)