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amnhnyc:

The Atlas moth is our featured moth of the day as we celebrate National Moth Week.
Did you know? Primitive moths appeared 195 million years ago, during the Jurassic period. Since then, more than 150,000 known species of moths have evolved in diverse colors, shapes, and sizes ranging from the European pygmy sorrel moth, with a wingspan of just 0.1 inch (3 millimeters), to the Atlas moth of Southeast Asia, whose wingspan can reach up to 12 inches (30 centimeters).
Learn more moth facts! 

amnhnyc:

The Atlas moth is our featured moth of the day as we celebrate National Moth Week.

Did you know? Primitive moths appeared 195 million years ago, during the Jurassic period. Since then, more than 150,000 known species of moths have evolved in diverse colors, shapes, and sizes ranging from the European pygmy sorrel moth, with a wingspan of just 0.1 inch (3 millimeters), to the Atlas moth of Southeast Asia, whose wingspan can reach up to 12 inches (30 centimeters).

Learn more moth facts

handsomedogs:

This is Mya my 3 month old B Collie X Heeler

handsomedogs:

This is Mya my 3 month old B Collie X Heeler

Zora Neale Hurston from THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD

chickensinliterature:

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“Sometimes God gits familiar wid us womenfolks too and talks His inside business. He told me how surprised y’all is goin’ tuh be if you ever find out you don’t know half as much ‘bout us as you think yo do. It’s so easy to make yo’self out God Almighty when you ain’t got nothin’ tuh strain against but women and chickens.”

Art by Heather Murray

Etsy, Facebook

mackenzie-brown:

My head felt as though it had split in two, like an over ripe coconut, and I felt the world swim away from me, as I fell towards the cobble stones and a sudden all encompassing darkness.
Prince of the City – The Cat’s Whiskers viewBook.at/CatsWhiskers-B00FJ6MT3G  

mackenzie-brown:

My head felt as though it had split in two, like an over ripe coconut, and I felt the world swim away from me, as I fell towards the cobble stones and a sudden all encompassing darkness.

Prince of the City – The Cat’s Whiskers viewBook.at/CatsWhiskers-B00FJ6MT3G  

handsomedogs:



Husky / / Anna

handsomedogs:

Husky / /

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mackenzie-brown:

Memory was an odd word to think of when he couldn’t even remember how he’d come to be lying in a field at night and looking up at the stars.

The Shifting 
viewBook.at/TheShiftingTheShiftingTrilogy

mackenzie-brown:

Memory was an odd word to think of when he couldn’t even remember how he’d come to be lying in a field at night and looking up at the stars.

The Shifting 

viewBook.at/TheShiftingTheShiftingTrilogy

pgfone:

Ecco si….
una casetta così potrebbe andare bene….
anche la vigna dietro e la terra intorno………..
togliete quell’amaca di merda però, che fa tanto contadino imborghesito.

pgfone:

Ecco si….

una casetta così potrebbe andare bene….

anche la vigna dietro e la terra intorno………..

togliete quell’amaca di merda però, che fa tanto contadino imborghesito.

Jehad Saftawi, IMEU:

"On July 16, while I was in eastern Gaza City taking photos of the many buildings recently destroyed by Israeli forces, a man approached me and asked if I wanted to enter his home to take photos of the inside.

I accepted his offer and as he showed me around, I learned his name is Khamis Mraish and that his brother, Dr. Riad Mraish, ran a clinic from the home.  As Khamis took me through each corner of the house, he described in detail the damage in every room. Most of the family’s belongings, including Dr. Mraish’s medical equipment, were now ruined, scattered in pieces and covered with debris.

It was horribly sad to witness his pain — and how he so badly wanted to share his story with the world. And the more people I speak with, the more I realize there is this same feeling everywhere. The people in Gaza want, and need, the world to see what they are going through.”

(via fotojournalismus)