Indie musician
Boise, ID



18th October 2014

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Tagged: eiffeltower

17th October 2014

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View from the Boulevard des Batignolles toward Place de l’Europe.

View from the Boulevard des Batignolles toward Place de l’Europe.

13th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Desirea Still with 1 note

desireastill:

Irregular Heartbeat             (stadium lights and sky).

desireastill:

Irregular Heartbeat (stadium lights and sky).

10th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Scientific Illustration with 436 notes

vintagenational:

Ad for Travelers insurance.
August, 1952.
Illustration by Andre Durenceau.


How far we’ve fallen.

vintagenational:

Ad for Travelers insurance.

August, 1952.

Illustration by Andre Durenceau.

How far we’ve fallen.

Source: vintagenational

8th October 2014

Photo reblogged from The attics with 238 notes

6th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Scientific Illustration with 250 notes

morrisillustrations:

Common Kingfisher. 
This piece was done in ink with a coquille pen. It was then colorized in Photoshop (my first ever photoshop colorization!)

morrisillustrations:

Common Kingfisher. 

This piece was done in ink with a coquille pen. It was then colorized in Photoshop (my first ever photoshop colorization!)

Source: morrisillustrations

1st October 2014

Photoset with 2 notes

I was working late tonight, and both of the cats fell asleep on my lap.

30th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Scientific Illustration with 398 notes

Source: reallyawesomeyouknow

29th September 2014

Video reblogged from The Earth Story with 42 notes

earthstory:

Earlier today we posted on the disappearance of the eastern lobe of the Aral Sea. Here’s the vanishing of that once large lake as it has been seen from space.

Wow.

28th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Oh Me Oh My with 7,089 notes

wnderlst:

Landmannalaugar, Iceland ↝ Michael Bonocore

wnderlst:

Landmannalaugar, Iceland ↝ Michael Bonocore

Source: wnderlst

27th September 2014

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I got tagged by riggby



You can tell a lot about someone by the music they listen to. Hit shuffle in your iPod/iPhone/iTunes/media player and write down the first 10 songs.

1. Gleypa Okkur - Olafur Arnalds
2. Avetine - Brazil
3. Slippery When Wet - The Acorn
4. My Own Sinking Ship - Good Old War
5. Three Miles Down - Saves The Day
6. Warning - Cymbals Eat Guitars
7. I Am The Antichrist To You - Kishi Bashi
8. Tonight - Blood On The Tracks
9. Tests On My Heart - Umbrellas
10. Alligator. Alligators. - Trophy Scars


No tags ‘cause no tumbla friends.

25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Scientific Illustration with 598 notes

libutron:

Bombus terrestris | ©C. Nahaboo 
Buff Tailed Bumblebee.
Contemporary drawing - Graphite and charcoal on blotting paper (A2).

libutron:

Bombus terrestris | ©C. Nahaboo 

Buff Tailed Bumblebee.

Contemporary drawing - Graphite and charcoal on blotting paper (A2).

Source: libutron

24th September 2014

Photo reblogged from The Earth Story with 51 notes

earthstory:

NIGARDSBREEN ICE CAVE, NORWAYThe photo shows a glacier pond in the glacier cave underneath the Nigardsbreen, Jostedalsbreen, Luster, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. Up until 2006, the Jostedal glacier had been advancing throughout most of the last decade, despite many other glaciers around the world retreating during the same period. It was in the autumn of 2007 that researchers discovered a large and pristine ice cave beneath the Nigardsbreen region of Norway’s Jostedal Glacier National Park. Jostedalsbreen has an area of 487 sq km and is 600m thick in some places. The main icecap and several outliers are protected as the Jostedalsbreen National Park.The cave has a five metre opening into a grotto called by some an ‘ice cathedral’. Inside the cave the dome measures up to 8 metres in height, 30 metres deep and 20 metres wide. The cave has one main ‘hall’, with many details inside; these include structures that resemble neural networks, others that seem to be perfectly shaped holes, translucent ice, tunnels out in the open, and rocks frozen mid-movement. All these crystalline formations appear in deep crystalline blues, while the ceiling has large icicles protruding from it. The structures within the cave are constantly changing. The formation of the cave has been attributed to a bi-product of glacial melting as a result of a steadily warming climate. Large amounts of water, melted from the glacier, erode the inside of the cave. The runoff from the erosion accumulates within the lagoon in the grotto; the lagoon further encourages melting as it slightly warms the air trapped within the cave.-TELhttp://atlasobscura.com/place/nigardsbreen-ice-cave-skb; http://www.westcoastpeaks.com/Peaks/nigardsbreen1.html; http://www.lonelyplanet.com/norway/bergen-and-the-western-fjords/jostedalsbreen-and-nigardsbreen#ixzz2AzA41hkUImage credit: Guttorm Flatabø http://www.flickr.com/photos/dittaeva/3232155932/in/photostream/More images here: http://www.pbase.com/tormodiv/ice_cave

earthstory:

NIGARDSBREEN ICE CAVE, NORWAY

The photo shows a glacier pond in the glacier cave underneath the Nigardsbreen, Jostedalsbreen, Luster, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. Up until 2006, the Jostedal glacier had been advancing throughout most of the last decade, despite many other glaciers around the world retreating during the same period. It was in the autumn of 2007 that researchers discovered a large and pristine ice cave beneath the Nigardsbreen region of Norway’s Jostedal Glacier National Park. Jostedalsbreen has an area of 487 sq km and is 600m thick in some places. The main icecap and several outliers are protected as the Jostedalsbreen National Park.

The cave has a five metre opening into a grotto called by some an ‘ice cathedral’. Inside the cave the dome measures up to 8 metres in height, 30 metres deep and 20 metres wide. The cave has one main ‘hall’, with many details inside; these include structures that resemble neural networks, others that seem to be perfectly shaped holes, translucent ice, tunnels out in the open, and rocks frozen mid-movement. All these crystalline formations appear in deep crystalline blues, while the ceiling has large icicles protruding from it. The structures within the cave are constantly changing. 

The formation of the cave has been attributed to a bi-product of glacial melting as a result of a steadily warming climate. Large amounts of water, melted from the glacier, erode the inside of the cave. The runoff from the erosion accumulates within the lagoon in the grotto; the lagoon further encourages melting as it slightly warms the air trapped within the cave.

-TEL

http://atlasobscura.com/place/nigardsbreen-ice-cave-skbhttp://www.westcoastpeaks.com/Peaks/nigardsbreen1.htmlhttp://www.lonelyplanet.com/norway/bergen-and-the-western-fjords/jostedalsbreen-and-nigardsbreen#ixzz2AzA41hkU

Image credit: Guttorm Flatabø http://www.flickr.com/photos/dittaeva/3232155932/in/photostream/
More images here: http://www.pbase.com/tormodiv/ice_cave

23rd September 2014

Photo reblogged from NPR Music with 11,948 notes

nprmusic:

funnyordie:

So Far, This Fifth Grader’s Diary Entry is the Most Punk Rock Thing Ever
Nothing screams punk like i’s dotted with hearts.

"But if the Dead Kennedies do not like the man so don’t I." Is there a single-tear emoticon? —Lars

nprmusic:

funnyordie:

So Far, This Fifth Grader’s Diary Entry is the Most Punk Rock Thing Ever

Nothing screams punk like i’s dotted with hearts.

"But if the Dead Kennedies do not like the man so don’t I." Is there a single-tear emoticon? —Lars

Source: funnyordie

23rd September 2014

Photo reblogged from gender of the night with 81 notes

genderofthenight:

Today’s Gender of the Night is: Count Dovula from Legend of Mana

My submission! This is immediately who I thought of when I found GOTN.

genderofthenight:

Today’s Gender of the Night is: Count Dovula from Legend of Mana

My submission! This is immediately who I thought of when I found GOTN.