nubbsgalore:

as summer turns to autumn, decreasing levels of light begin to slow the production of chlorophyll in leaves, causing their green colour to fade. the production of carotenoids and flavonoids also begins to slow, but these pigments are broken down more slowly than chlorophyll, allowing their yellow and orange colours to be expressed. for some leaves, this time of year also sees an increase in the production of the flavonoid anthocyanin, causing those leaves with lower levels of other flavonoids or carotenoids to turn red.  (see also: autumnal art)

photos by (click pic) heiko gerlicherlevi basist, matt cardypatrick pleul, kacper kowalskidina rudickalexander kunzagustin rafael reyes and yann arthus bertrand

ignitionremix:

I’ve never broken a bone which just seems too suspicious to me I probably don’t have any bones

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juliacaroled:

The biggest overreaction recorded in history.

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nevvzealand:

i dont understand how i can get so much joy from covering my pets with blankets and watching the lump move around

gif:

i thought i had a crush!! but it turned out to just be a 2 day long infatuation where i was actually just bored

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Wait for someone who tells strangers about you.
— (via einhorny)
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ninakup3nda:

notfoundfile:

cumberbuddy:

gvacamolly:

petitbear:

skittleoakley:

Daughter tells her Dad he’s going to be a Grandpa [x]

When he says “really” ;’)

Never leave this un-reblogged

What a dear human being he is. 

He looks so genuinely happy

Oh my god

Reblogged from 3AM

elenamorelli:

{ the scent of autumn time }

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On my own, Autoportrait, embroidery, 2014.


An art installation of green plants growing on the wall of the building next to the CaixaForum Madrid — a modern art gallery — In Madrid, Spain. The living wall was created by french botanist Patrick Blanc

An art installation of green plants growing on the wall of the building next to the CaixaForum Madrid — a modern art gallery — In Madrid, Spain. The living wall was created by french botanist Patrick Blanc

Reblogged from COCAINE DREAMS

mond0:

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