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godlessmen:

I don’t see how this can’t possibly fail Source: reddit
Wtf man

godlessmen:

I don’t see how this can’t possibly fail

Source: reddit

Wtf man
globalvoices:


Indian villagers carry the dead bodies of Akram Hussain, who was killed in alleged Pakistan mortar-firing at Jeora village of R.S Pura border sector about 32 km from Jammu, India.


Kashmir Witnesses ‘Worst Violence in a Decade’ Between India and Pakistan

globalvoices:

Indian villagers carry the dead bodies of Akram Hussain, who was killed in alleged Pakistan mortar-firing at Jeora village of R.S Pura border sector about 32 km from Jammu, India.

Kashmir Witnesses ‘Worst Violence in a Decade’ Between India and Pakistan

gravitationalbeauty:

Golden Ridges by ebergcanada

gravitationalbeauty:

Golden Ridges by ebergcanada

everything-celtic:

Scotland (by herlittlesecret)

everything-celtic:

Scotland (by herlittlesecret)

fabulouswillycartier:

Willy Cartier | ADYN “Void” Fall/Winter 2014 | ph. Hamish Stephenson

fabulouswillycartier:

Willy Cartier | ADYN “Void” Fall/Winter 2014 | ph. Hamish Stephenson

dynamicoceans:

Bali diving by cathm2 on Flickr.

dynamicoceans:

Bali diving by cathm2 on Flickr.

rhamphotheca:

The Lion’s Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) is the largest known species of jellyfish. Its range is confined to cold, boreal waters of the Arctic, northern Atlantic, and northern Pacific Oceans… Although capable of attaining a bell diameter of 2.5 m (8 feet), these jellyfish can greatly vary in size, those found in lower latitudes are much smaller than their far northern counterparts with bells about 50 cm (20 inches) in diameter. The tentacles of larger specimens may trail as long as 30 m (90 feet) or more. These extremely sticky tentacles are grouped into eight clusters, each cluster containing over 100 tentacles,[5] arranged in a series of rows…
(read more: Wikipedia)

rhamphotheca:

The Lion’s Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) is the largest known species of jellyfish. Its range is confined to cold, boreal waters of the Arctic, northern Atlantic, and northern Pacific Oceans… Although capable of attaining a bell diameter of 2.5 m (8 feet), these jellyfish can greatly vary in size, those found in lower latitudes are much smaller than their far northern counterparts with bells about 50 cm (20 inches) in diameter. The tentacles of larger specimens may trail as long as 30 m (90 feet) or more. These extremely sticky tentacles are grouped into eight clusters, each cluster containing over 100 tentacles,[5] arranged in a series of rows…

(read more: Wikipedia)

dynamicoceans:

PeruEcuador2008_1000_1565_Galapagos_Sealion_Crop_Small by Steve Enns on Flickr.

dynamicoceans:

PeruEcuador2008_1000_1565_Galapagos_Sealion_Crop_Small by Steve Enns on Flickr.

centuriespast:

Hand outlines found on a cave wall in Indonesia are at least 39,900 years old, researchers said. Credit Kinez Riza

centuriespast:

Hand outlines found on a cave wall in Indonesia are at least 39,900 years old, researchers said. Credit Kinez Riza