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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Aliza Razell: Magic and Mystic Photography

Flickrock, Facebook

Massachusetts-based artist Aliza Razell creates tickling self-portraits that explore philosophical abstractions through the merged mediums of watercolour and photography. Using Photoshop, Razell unites the two mediums in her Anesidora (explorations of the Pandora’s Box myth) and Ikävä (the Finnish word meaning the feeling of longing) series.

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danjodoogal:

kitcatitalica:

iowesherlocksomuch:

fleetingpariah:

Sleeping Baby Avengers.
I just… I can’t even…
And baby Clint is holding baby Natasha’s hair.And baby Tony has a taped-on mustache.And baby Coulson moved from his spot to sleep next to baby Steve and he has a Cap doll!And baby Thor just cracks me up for some reason

and Little Loki covering his ears

BABYVENGERS I HAVE FOUND YOU AGAIN AT LAST

OMG HAWKEYE

danjodoogal:

kitcatitalica:

iowesherlocksomuch:

fleetingpariah:

Sleeping Baby Avengers.

I just… I can’t even…

And baby Clint is holding baby Natasha’s hair.
And baby Tony has a taped-on mustache.
And baby Coulson moved from his spot to sleep next to baby Steve and he has a Cap doll!
And baby Thor just cracks me up for some reason

and Little Loki covering his ears

BABYVENGERS I HAVE FOUND YOU AGAIN AT LAST

OMG HAWKEYE

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leviosadraco:

I love that feeling you get when you don’t remember that you’re reading. When you’re so captured by a book that you forget you’re reading the words. All you see is the descriptions and conversations that being to play out like a movie in your head. You don’t even think about it. Then before you know it, you’ve read 100 pages without realizing it. That’s probably the best feeling in the world. 

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ted:

Photos from a real-life storm chaser:

TED Fellow Camille Seaman captures the spectacular and ominous beauty of storm clouds. Supercell clouds, like the ones above, can grow up to 50 miles wide and reach up to 65 thousand feet into the atmosphere. In her TEDTalk, Camille describes her experience chasing storms: “There’s a warm, moist wind blowing at your back and the smell of the earth, the wheat, the grass, the charged particles. And then there are the colors in the clouds of hail forming, the greens and the turquoise blues.”

Watch the full talk here »

Oh man.  Stop me from taking off right now.