Bardarbunga, Iceland

Bardarbunga, Iceland

(Source: allesthesia, via fortheloveoficeland)

nubbsgalore:

autumn from above by kacper kowalski in kashubia, poland 

(via eternalacademic)

mythosidhe:

cubebreaker:

Designer Goula Figeura’s Orwell day bed lets you easily shut yourself off from the outside world with its light and noise-cancelling curtains.

Basically a designer blanket fort

(via narasgayatri)

korrastyle:

Korra thanking a Beifong with a hug (◕‿◕✿)


… I am so excited for this episode!! Toph is the best. <3

wapiti3:

Cranes on Flickr.

photographer Alex Tish

avatarparallels:

If you listen hard enough you can hear every living thing breathing together, you can feel everything growing. We’re all livin’ together, even if most folks don’t act like it. We all have the same roots, and we are all branches of the same tree.

kevinwada:

Wonder Woman
Wizard World Austin 2014 sketch
Redesign of sorts, but I should have pushed further.  Next time ;).

kevinwada:

Wonder Woman

Wizard World Austin 2014 sketch

Redesign of sorts, but I should have pushed further.  Next time ;).

wapiti3:

Curiosities of entomology. on Flickr.

Publication info London,Groombridge and sons[1871]
BHL Collections:
Smithsonian Libraries

biodiverseed:

I got some plants in the mail today: I thought the packaging was very clever. Everything arrived in great shape, ready for Autumn planting.

These are from two private sellers in the UK that are extremely reliable: stephenroff and sfplants. The former has supplied about half of the live trees and shrubs I have purchased for the Edible Forest Garden.

I buy a lot of my plants online, from the UK in particular, because it is much cheaper than in Denmark (25% sales tax, and a $20 an hour minimum wage does not make for reasonably-priced goods, especially when one is not legally allowed to work!) Because of various agreements (EU, Schengen, etc.) I can purchase from sellers around Europe without worrying about biosecurity holding my purchases at the border.

So, for the Edible Forest Garden (Outdoors), I have new additions of:

And for the Edible/Medicinal Garden (Indoors), I have added:

  • Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis) - I’ll never have to buy Bay Leaves again!
  • Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia- for cleaning, tinctures, antibacterial/antiseptic applications, and skincare.
  • Kaffir Lime (Citrus hystrix) - the leaves and fruits are both used in a variety of Asian dishes.

avatarparallels:

"And I thought Beifong was grumpy."