roped up tied up dead in a year

mymodernmet:

French photographer Florian Beaudenon's series Instant Life offers a voyeuristic peek into the homes and lives of different men, women, and families, inviting viewers to inspect their belongings and behaviors from a bird’s-eye view.

libutron:

Ornate Sapsucking Slug  (Ornate Elysia)

Elysia ornata is a sea slug in the Family Plakobranchidae (Order Sacoglossa)Its body is a translucent leaf-green in color with speckles of white and black. The parapodial margin is black with a yellow or orange submarginal band. The green rhinophores are usually black-tipped, but can also have orange bands (as shown).

It is also known as Ornate Leaf Slug. They feed on green algae (Bryopsis sp.), and reaches a length of 5cm.

This species is circumtropical and can be found both in the Caribbean and the Pacific Ocean.

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Locality: Off the coast of Paradise island Beach Resort, Samal Island, Philippines (less than 10m depth)

Wanna hear your beating heart tonight

permets-tuu:

myheartwillstaytrue:

Hugo’s descriptions of their deaths.

let’s not.

zooophagous:

sallysnowglobe:

There are different stages to the shark fin trade, weather you are the one eating shark fin soup, making it, or you’re the fisherman being seduced by the money of a buyer to kill sharks, action by anyone within these levels against the trade can and will help stop this barbaric delicacy.   
About 73 million sharks are slaughtered yearly to satisfy the growing demand for shark fin soup in Asia — disrupting the fragile balance of marine ecosystems. We need shark in our ocean and not on our plates.  When the buying stops, the killing can, too.

Overfishing is deadly

zooophagous:

sallysnowglobe:

There are different stages to the shark fin trade, weather you are the one eating shark fin soup, making it, or you’re the fisherman being seduced by the money of a buyer to kill sharks, action by anyone within these levels against the trade can and will help stop this barbaric delicacy.   

About 73 million sharks are slaughtered yearly to satisfy the growing demand for shark fin soup in Asia — disrupting the fragile balance of marine ecosystems. We need shark in our ocean and not on our plates.  When the buying stops, the killing can, too.

Overfishing is deadly

thecoffeetragedy:

crossingwinter:

This post speaks to me on a spiritual level.

Excellent graph! Fits most situations, if you don’t know whether to use 'tu' or 'vous', in French.

magnezone:

kinomatika:

wellmanicuredman:

sextus—empiricus:

sunshien:

ahahhahaha what the fuck is wrong here is the siren damaged or something.  I’ve heard this exact siren before but never all creepy like this

actually the reason the siren sounds like that is because it’s echoing through the tall buildings of downtown chicago!

jesus, fuck this 

mouthspiders:

maisie’s COMPLETED table, except for the second basking light for up top. I would like to point out that these photos are in chronological order. she went up the stairs and down them and right back up them.

the completed square footage is 20.4

Best way to commemorate 7/14 is going paintballing.