surreelust:

This is a t-shirt that you can actually buy if you roam around enough on the Internet.



fer1972:

Past and Present: Photography by Sungseok Ahn 

15,003 notes   -  10 April 2014


Do I prefer to grow up and relate to life directly, or do I choose to live and die in fear? Pema Chödrön (via purplebuddhaproject)
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psychedelicatessenn:

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeepp



550,864 notes   -  20 March 2014

There has never been a sadness that can’t be cured by breakfast food. Ron Swanson (Parks and Rec)
22,037 notes   -  18 March 2014

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N11: Star Clouds of the LMC Massive stars, abrasive winds, mountains of dust, and energetic light sculpt one of the largest and most picturesque regions of star formation in the Local Group of Galaxies. Known as N11, the region is visible on the upper right of many images of its home galaxy, the Milky Way neighbor known as the Large Magellanic Clouds (LMC). The above image was taken for scientific purposes by the Hubble Space Telescope and reprocessed for artistry by an amateur to win the Hubble’s Hidden Treasures competition. Although the section imaged above is known as NGC 1763, the entire N11 emission nebula is second in LMC size only to 30 Doradus. Studying the stars in N11 has shown that it actually houses three successive generations of star formation. Compact globules of dark dust housing emerging young stars are also visible around the image.
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, J. Lake (Pomfret School

N11: Star Clouds of the LMC
Massive stars, abrasive winds, mountains of dust, and energetic light sculpt one of the largest and most picturesque regions of star formation in the Local Group of Galaxies. Known as N11, the region is visible on the upper right of many images of its home galaxy, the Milky Way neighbor known as the Large Magellanic Clouds (LMC). The above image was taken for scientific purposes by the Hubble Space Telescope and reprocessed for artistry by an amateur to win the Hubble’s Hidden Treasures competition. Although the section imaged above is known as NGC 1763, the entire N11 emission nebula is second in LMC size only to 30 Doradus. Studying the stars in N11 has shown that it actually houses three successive generations of star formation. Compact globules of dark dust housing emerging young stars are also visible around the image.

Image Credit: NASA, ESA, J. Lake (Pomfret School



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themoonphase:

dirtyflowerchild:

ahhhh he looks so blissful and happy! radiant little buddy!

oH MY GOODNESS


slayboybunny:

dont ask me for relationship advice because i will always just tell you to break up w/ them and throw their shit in a dumpster because i do not understand the concept of allowing anyone to treat you poorly this is a zero tolerance zone 

318,272 notes   -  17 March 2014