There's Magic In The Night

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indoorrain:

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

a-la-peanutbutter-sandwiches remember the fish making that weird sound and one got hit in the face?

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h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

ciderandsawdust:

Our first attempt at a Swedish fire log was a smashing success.

burns for hours and it looks beautiful.

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smithsonian:

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery installed this photograph of celebrated American comedian and actor Robin Williams today in its In Memoriam gallery, a space in which the museum memorializes the passing and celebrates the lives of people represented in the museum’s collection. The photograph was taken for Time Magazine by Michael Dressler in 1979.

algaecomplex:

old clocktower converted into a penthouse

FUCK

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burninggreen:

myownsundays:

briderbigny:

hadtoomuchtodreamlastnight:

sorry tumblr

Too high for this shit

Not even high and this shit is bananas

holy shit

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29 Short Stories You Need To Read In Your Twenties.

musicstomyears:

Budapest - George Ezra

My house in Budapest
My hidden treasure chest,
Golden grand piano 
My beautiful Castillo 
For you 
I’d leave it all

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and that’s why I don’t use facebook much anymore

P.S: what is this from?

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spaceexp:

On June 30, 2004, the Cassini spacecraft, carrying the European Space Agency’s Huygens probe, arrived at Saturn. Today Cassini celebrates 10 years exploring the Saturn system. Originally intended for a four-year primary mission, Cassini has received three extensions allowing the spacecraft to collect 514 GB of science data and 332,000 stunning images of the planet, its rings and moons.

Below is a list compiled by NASA of Cassini’s Top 10 discoveries and accomplishments:
— The Huygens probe makes first landing on a moon in the outer Solar System (Titan)
— Discovery of active, icy plumes on the Saturnian moon Enceladus
— Saturn’s rings revealed as active and dynamic — a laboratory for how planets form
— Titan revealed as an Earth-like world with rain, rivers, lakes and seas
— Studies of Saturn’s great northern storm of 2010-2011
— Studies reveal radio-wave patterns are not tied to Saturn’s interior rotation, as previously thought
— Vertical structures in the rings imaged for the first time
— Study of prebiotic chemistry on Titan
— Mystery of the dual, bright-dark surface of the moon Iapetus solved
— First complete view of the north polar hexagon and discovery of giant hurricanes at both of Saturn’s poles

Read more:
Cassini’s 10 Years At Saturn: http://go.nasa.gov/1o3EzJZ
Cassini’s Top 10 Discoveries: http://go.nasa.gov/1m1Skuf
Check out Cassini’s Top Images: http://go.nasa.gov/1veUSF3
Download The Infographic: http://go.nasa.gov/1wxXSyW

Image Credit: NASA

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take me far away where the stars will shine bright and I can breathe in tranquillity

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