"Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale."
Lauren DeStephano (via autumn-solitude)
theillustratednail:

Nail menu for the @yalk_uk YA Literature Convention inspired by
#LaurenKate ‘s teen novel #TEARDROP at the London Film and Comic Con 2014 💅💧☔️📘💙🌟📖📚💜👍
Had so much fun at the event over the weekend! Thank you to everyone who came and got their nails painted! And thank you to the lovely @RachelGimbert for organising! 💅💧👍💙📖😘xx
kinodrome:

Breaking Bad s03 e11 “Abiquiu” (Michelle MacLaren / 2010)
beesandbombs:

here’s a gif I put on dribbble.
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rinatan:

messin around with color!
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"But when I talk to high school seniors, I find something different. They memorize “facts.” By and large, though, the joy of discovery, the life behind those facts, has gone out of them. They’ve lost so much of the wonder, and gained very little skepticism. They’re worried about asking “dumb” question; they’re willing to accept inadequate answers; they don’t pose follow-up questions; the room is awash with sidelong glances to judge, second-by-second, the approval of their peers. They come to class with their questions written out on pieces of paper, which they surreptitiously examine, waiting their turn and oblivious of whatever discussion their peers are at this moment engaged in.
Something has happened between first and twelfth grade, and it’s not just puberty. I’d guess that it’s partly peer pressure not to excel (except in sports); partly that the society teaches short-term gratification; partly the impression that science or mathematics won’t buy you a sports car; partly that so little is expected from students; and partly that there are few rewards or role models for intelligent discussion of science and technology-or even for learning for its own sake. Those few who remain interested are vilified and “nerds” or “geeks” or “grinds.”"
Carl Sagan (via etamitni)
inspirationofelves:

Secret-place by imperioli
1000scientists:

Ways of the Wind, A wildfire that forced authorities to temporarily close a section of U.S. Highway 34 east of Yuma County, Colorado

weloveshortvideos:

When you hit the blunt before you go on the air… 

1graphicaday:

2014年3月31日 (月)
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