1. sci-universe:

    This Mexican fire opal looks like a sunset above the clouds when illuminated just right.
    Image credit: Jeff Schultz

  2. ☀️😻💤

    ☀️😻💤

  3. Just blue myself (at Brooklyn Heights)

    Just blue myself (at Brooklyn Heights)

  4. IT’S HERE (at Brooklyn Heights)

    IT’S HERE (at Brooklyn Heights)

  5. my precioussss

    my precioussss

  6. (Source: yellowplay)

  7. (Source: somelittlecub)

  8. skunkbear:

    The mighty Tremoctopus. Behold!

    And here’s some folks reacting to the blanket octopus (on what appears to be a Japanese game show?):

  9. Smizing at the boathouse #tbt #2011 #weddings

    Smizing at the boathouse #tbt #2011 #weddings

  10. (Source: watercolorbohemian)

  11. charmeleon:

    I made him a little kitty snow fort and I think he likes it as much as I do

  12. ixyvyxi:

    kev-n:

    perf

    The last one omfg

    (Source: ohcristinagomez)

  13. archaicwonder:

Greek Gold Wreath of Oak Leaves and Flowers, possibly from Attica, Greece, late 2nd - early 1st century BC
In ancient Greece,  oak leaves symbolized wisdom, and were associated with Zeus, who according to Greek mythology made his decisions while resting in an oak grove.
Gold wreaths such as this one derive their form from wreaths of real leaves worn in religious ceremonies or given as prizes in athletic and artistic contests. Because of their fragility, gold wreaths were probably not meant to be worn. They were dedicated to the gods in sanctuaries and placed in graves as funerary offerings. Although known in earlier periods, gold wreaths became much more frequent in the Hellenistic age, probably due in large part to the greatly increased availability of gold in the Greek world following the eastern conquests of Alexander the Great.

    archaicwonder:

    Greek Gold Wreath of Oak Leaves and Flowers, possibly from Attica, Greece, late 2nd - early 1st century BC

    In ancient Greece,  oak leaves symbolized wisdom, and were associated with Zeus, who according to Greek mythology made his decisions while resting in an oak grove.

    Gold wreaths such as this one derive their form from wreaths of real leaves worn in religious ceremonies or given as prizes in athletic and artistic contests. Because of their fragility, gold wreaths were probably not meant to be worn. They were dedicated to the gods in sanctuaries and placed in graves as funerary offerings. Although known in earlier periods, gold wreaths became much more frequent in the Hellenistic age, probably due in large part to the greatly increased availability of gold in the Greek world following the eastern conquests of Alexander the Great.

    (Source: historymuseum.ca)

  14. lord-ponty:

spirit: EXCUSE ME CAN YOU SHOW ME TO THE BATHS
haku: yes, of course, one moment please

    lord-ponty:

    spirit: EXCUSE ME CAN YOU SHOW ME TO THE BATHS

    haku: yes, of course, one moment please

    (Source: sassy-noona)

  15. quiet rainy day, home and bored

    I hurt my back on sunday and had to take yesterday to recover.  feeling a bit better today after resting and working on it myself, and hot tubbing at the gym.  it doesn’t feel like I’m getting stabbed anymore! mostly! today I’m still taking it easy and losing money, this is boring and I can’t get comfortable unless I’m standing. who wants to stay at home standing all day?

    also my muscle relaxer haze this morning was broken early by our neighbor’s chickens screaming and I want to kill them and eat them and I hate those fucking chickens omg