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maruti-bitamin:

watercolour + gouache + ink

studiosucculents:

Copper Spoons
Kalanchoe Orgyalis

This kalanchoe is a bit of an unusual sight (apart from the bite mark) because it’s actually a cutting that has started to root … everywhere! I’m letting run its course then, once new leaf growth starts appearing, I’ll either plant this further into the soil, or trim the top roots.

In case you were wondering, this pot is actually hidden using a porcelain candle holder. A small tray is placed at the bottom and it can be watered as normal.

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studiosucculents:

Donkey Tail
Sedum Morganianum

A few cuttings from what I could salvage from a larger neglected Donkey Tail succulent plant. They’ve since rooted and are ready to be transplanted to a bigger and better container!

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vedranmisic:

emoji mandala no.2 (animated gif)

Anonymous asked: Please don't skip my question. What did you major in?

feminishblog:

I did see this question when it was originally sent, but I didn’t like the timing. I received it right  after talking about how I often can’t afford food for myself even though I do work (two jobs, soon to be hopefully three). I’m going to assume that wasn’t a coincidence… 

That question wasn’t asked with a regard for my well-being. It was asked to fill your curiosity as to why I could still be at such a level of poverty. You’re looking for a reason to show me the error of my ways, how I could have avoided arriving at where I currently reside.

I don’t care for that. You don’t know my life nor circumstances. You don’t know my struggles. And you don’t know how damn frugal I am.

Also, I can skip any question I want, for whatever reason I want?

kronborgart:

Ghost river

illustratosphere:

Terra Cognito by Joanne Nam

Those plants and night scenes are so yummy.

maruti-bitamin:

Girl and Hercules beetle

watercolour + arches

fuckyeahicecream:

Nice Dream
by Popsicle Illusion

Really Simple Vegetarian Stir Fry

werunfree7:

I’m working on a paper tonight, so I don’t have much time for dinner but I want something that will keep me full while I slave away at the library! Still living the student life where Thursdays are supposed to be the weekend, so I’m not overly excited that tonight is a study night. What I am excited for is this dinner—my classic meal for these kind of nights! It’s easy to prepare, pretty quick to make, and still healthy & filling!

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Ingredients:


Tofu [I use extra firm]

Brown rice [much healthier than white rice, and I love the slight crunch of the shell!]

Broccoli

Carrot

Mushrooms

Onion

Soy sauce [Or any kind of stir fry sauce]

Sriracha Sauce

Pineapple! [Scroll down to hear my explanation]

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sunworldstories:

by Chiara Bautista

We are absolutely in love!

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asylum-art:

Sakae: creates Exquisite Japanese Floral  Hairpins 

on Facebook, Flickr

These transparent ornament hairpins, which Sakae makes, have a beauty that catches your breath.

Sakae started to make Kanzashi (Japanese Hair Pins) about 7 years ago.  She was inspired when she saw a girl dressed in a gorgeous long-sleeve kimono.  Sakae thought to herself “If her hair had a transparent butterfly decoration, her look would be perfect…. Why has she not put one on?”  Then, she began to look for a butterfly hair pins at stores.

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meritha:

street—trash:

mitochondria-eve:

UM EXCUSE ME THOS E ARE FUCKING PIXELS HOW

Seize the Day was a calendar program made by in 1994 by Buena Vista software. It features graphics that at the time, were revolutionary because of the way they handled color cycling. These images were static bitmaps, but by changing color values, they appear animated. What is also impressive about these images is that they had full day night cycles built in, rendered also through color cycling.
A few years ago, a html5 version was made. A copy was uncovered online and there is a way to use the program through DOSbox. As well, one of the original programmers for the project, Iam Gilman, has thought of the idea of remaking it, open sourced, for modern machines.

(Source: elosilla)