garden-of-vegan:

Vegan taco bowl: brown rice cooked in vegetable stock mixed with black beans, shredded butter lettuce, fresh corn, chopped tomatoes, sliced avocado, salsa baked tofu, hummus, and organic blue corn tortilla chips.

garden-of-vegan:

Vegan taco bowl: brown rice cooked in vegetable stock mixed with black beans, shredded butter lettuce, fresh corn, chopped tomatoes, sliced avocado, salsa baked tofu, hummus, and organic blue corn tortilla chips.

3:22pm
Reblogged from anarcho-queer
wanderthewood:

Manali forest, India by alexintrip

wanderthewood:

Manali forest, India by alexintrip

2:51pm
Reblogged from stereocolours
2:50pm
Reblogged from sickpage
She warned us against becoming a movement only for white middle class people, this was 41 years ago, and today, so much of the ways in which LGBT equality has played out has been about white middle class people.
wnderlst:

Bavaria, Germany | Georgios Zisakos

wnderlst:

Bavaria, Germany | Georgios Zisakos
wnderlst:

Blyde River Canyon, South Africa | Leon Jacob

wnderlst:

Blyde River Canyon, South Africa | Leon Jacob

nubbsgalore:

the timid european ground squirrel, stopping to smell the daisies, photographed in vienna by julian rad, who explains, “you have to be at eye level with the squirrels. that means you have to lay on your stomach for quite a few hours in order to get them in front of your lens. you have to make yourself invisible. it is important that they have no indication you are there.” (see also: more precious lil woodland buddies)

10:20pm
Reblogged from megacosms
thedemon-hauntedworld:

Galaxy NGC 4314 (Hubble View)
This close-up view by Hubble also shows other interesting details in the galaxy’s core: dust lanes, a smaller bar of stars, dust and gas embedded in the stellar ring, and an extra pair of spiral arms packed with young stars. These details make the centreresemble a miniature version of a spiral galaxy. While it is not unusual to have dust lanes and rings of gas in the centers of galaxies, it is uncommon to have spiral arms full of young stars in the cores. NGC 4314 is one of the nearest (only 40 million light-years away in the constellation Coma Berenices) examples of a galaxy with a ring of infant stars close to the core. This stellar ring - whose radius is 1,000 light-years - is a great laboratory to study star formation in galaxies.
Credit: G. Fritz Benedict, Andrew Howell, Inger Jorgensen, David Chapell (University of Texas), Jeffery Kenney (Yale University), and Beverly J. Smith (CASA, University of Colorado), and NASA/ESA

thedemon-hauntedworld:

Galaxy NGC 4314 (Hubble View)

This close-up view by Hubble also shows other interesting details in the galaxy’s core: dust lanes, a smaller bar of stars, dust and gas embedded in the stellar ring, and an extra pair of spiral arms packed with young stars. These details make the centreresemble a miniature version of a spiral galaxy. While it is not unusual to have dust lanes and rings of gas in the centers of galaxies, it is uncommon to have spiral arms full of young stars in the cores. NGC 4314 is one of the nearest (only 40 million light-years away in the constellation Coma Berenices) examples of a galaxy with a ring of infant stars close to the core. This stellar ring - whose radius is 1,000 light-years - is a great laboratory to study star formation in galaxies.

Credit: G. Fritz Benedict, Andrew Howell, Inger Jorgensen, David Chapell (University of Texas), Jeffery Kenney (Yale University), and Beverly J. Smith (CASA, University of Colorado), and NASA/ESA

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Rocket #9 take off to the planet
to the planet
Venus!

Aphrodite lady seashell bikini
garden panty
Venus!

10:14pm
Reblogged from klingram

(Source: sizvideos)