flow

this is the time in my life where i have decisions to make: who i am, who i want to be, and how i want to get there

where this river will take me?
rhamphotheca:

giraffe-in-a-tree:  Standing Gerenuks

Gerenuks or Waller’s Gazelles are well-known for their ability to stand on their hind legs to feed from trees with their long necks. What they aren’t well-known for are their incredible dancing skills which you can see in action here.
Photo by peggy.

rhamphotheca:

giraffe-in-a-tree:  Standing Gerenuks

Gerenuks or Waller’s Gazelles are well-known for their ability to stand on their hind legs to feed from trees with their long necks. What they aren’t well-known for are their incredible dancing skills which you can see in action here.

Photo by peggy.

(Source: giraffeinatree)

fotojournalismus:

An Afghan boy pushed a wheelbarrow next to U.S. Army soldiers as they secured an area during a joint patrol with the Afghan army in Senjaray, Afghanistan, May 23, 2012.
[Credit : Shamil Zhumatov/Reuters]

fotojournalismus:

An Afghan boy pushed a wheelbarrow next to U.S. Army soldiers as they secured an area during a joint patrol with the Afghan army in Senjaray, Afghanistan, May 23, 2012.

[Credit : Shamil Zhumatov/Reuters]

lostbeasts:

AgriotheriumAn extinct bear genus from the Miocene-Pleistocene epochs. It was 9 feet in length, making it considerably larger than modern bears. Apart from a huge species of prehistoric polar bear (the “tyrant sea bear”), Agriotherium was the largest bear known, along with Arctodus simus. source

lostbeasts:

Agriotherium

An extinct bear genus from the Miocene-Pleistocene epochs. It was 9 feet in length, making it considerably larger than modern bears. Apart from a huge species of prehistoric polar bear (the “tyrant sea bear”), Agriotherium was the largest bear known, along with Arctodus simus.

source

(via scientificillustration)

medicii:

my precious Scottish princess  wow i finished something 

medicii:

my precious Scottish princess  
wow i finished something 

(Source: hextekk)

life:

Not published in LIFE. Gay rights event, 1971.
In late 1971, two years after the Stonewall riots in New York sparked the modern gay rights movement in America, and twelve months before LIFE ceased publishing as a weekly, the magazine featured an article on “gay liberation” that, seen a full 40 years later, feels sensational, measured and somehow endearingly, deeply square all at the same time.
Read more here.

life:

Not published in LIFE. Gay rights event, 1971.

In late 1971, two years after the Stonewall riots in New York sparked the modern gay rights movement in America, and twelve months before LIFE ceased publishing as a weekly, the magazine featured an article on “gay liberation” that, seen a full 40 years later, feels sensational, measured and somehow endearingly, deeply square all at the same time.

Read more here.