montereybayaquarium:

Pharaoh cuttlefish are back on exhibit! These master color changers can rapidly display metallic blues, greens, golds and silvers for camouflage, communication or courtship. Pharaoh cuttlefish can reach 16 inches and weigh 11 pounds! Learn more about our Tentacles exhibit

felinepirates STOP SITTING RIGHT BESIDE ME AND BLOGGING YOU NERD I SEE YOU


Charlie Chaplin shows his hat roll to the Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, next to Edna Purviance, on the set of Sunnyside (1919)
tranzient:

FRANK
FRANK, MAN, YOU’RE ALIVE
I JUST…
I SAW THIS HANDBAG MAN
IT LOOKED JUST LIKE YOU.
OH FRANK I’M SO RELIEVED.


They’re fighting.

peent:

[sees a bird] holy shit

stunningpicture:

Where tectonic plates meet in Iceland

nisanti:

Ugh yea, that’s probably what would happen, so I’d rather keep it to my imagination haha… Seriously? Nic Cage? I mean he’s cool and all, in like roles that scream or whispers a lot and films w/ explosions. But really, Parker is in canon a very young and rather very handsome boy and both marvel fans and actual marvel writers/artist forget that!!! 

Which Max? Max is such a common name in comics, alongside Frank, Hank and Ben.

Max Eisenhardt! Magneto! 

Oh and do not talk to me about their absolute destruction of Victor Doom and Peter Quill ghhhhhhhhhhh——

An animated series may do well for Parker? Depends on the writers and which company owns him (Fox, Marvel, etc [I think it’s marvel]) to make such a show/movie. My main fears are him being demonised (not turning into a demon [dammit Parker] so much as being treated as a one-dimensional “villain”) or the writers making him very attractive and also being extremely apologetic of his actions (basically what they did to magneto so everyone excuses him and oh he can do no wrong he’s just misunderstood—-) and, ghh, I don’t know.

I’d love an in-depth show/movie about him that really sticks to canon and makes him intimidating but true? 

I also want a ridiculously red cape (coughs-clickthis-coughs) because reasons and the movies have a habit of dulling down the colours of everything. 

writingwithcolor:

blackhistoryalbum:

A young “Miss Maggie” Walker, the daughter of a former slave, who in 1903 became the first woman of any race to found and become president of an American bank. She also founded a newspaper and a department store called “Saint Luke’s Emporium.”
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Historically accurate. 
llbwwb:

(via 500px / Thirsty work by tony martin)
h4ilstorm:

Brazil - Iguazú Falls viewed from a helicopter (late afternoon) (by flickfischer)