awkwardsituationist:

this atmospheric phenomenon is known as a circumhorizontal arc, which occurs when the sun is at least 58° above the horizon and the hexagonal ice crystals which form cirrus clouds become horizontally aligned. (learn more) this is not to be confused with cloud iridescence, which was featured in this post.

photos by (click pic) daniel m shih in taipei, orne veien, jeff kubina in west virginia, ken rotberg in florida’s delray beach, brian plonka in idaho, lisa gonnelli in new jersey and angel villanueva near california’s vandenberg aerospace station, which actually shows refraction through a rocket trail. (more posts on clouds)

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forkvegans:

toutcru:

I’ve been peeling mangoes the wrong way until now! Just did myself a large cantaloupe smoothie using this method it is so quick it blown my mind!

YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW MUCH I’M FREAKING OUT RIGHT NOW MY JAW DROPPED SO HARD THIS IS A NEW ERA OF MY LIFE I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH MYSELF

forkvegans:

toutcru:

I’ve been peeling mangoes the wrong way until now!
Just did myself a large cantaloupe smoothie using this method it is so quick it blown my mind!

YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW MUCH I’M FREAKING OUT RIGHT NOW MY JAW DROPPED SO HARD THIS IS A NEW ERA OF MY LIFE I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH MYSELF

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woundman:

Night Vale must have some pretty interesting treatment of queer/nonbinary people

cuz like

I can’t imagine anyone making a big deal of someone’s gender identity/presentation when their neighbor has the head of a falcon every other Tuesday

and who cares if you’re dating someone of the same sex, Susie Carmichael down the road dated a man who turned out to be an ambiguously sentient bag of oranges the whole time

they’re very happy together

(via thomasthewhaler)

galiciaphoto:

Chinese artist Yang Yongliang is known for his sprawling photographic collages that depict the devastating effects of uncontrolled urbanisation and industrialisation. At a distance the works look like traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy but when viewed up close, the peaceful mountains and seascapes are found to be choked with buildings, factories, and machinery. 

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