littledragon:

Epic picture

littledragon:

Epic picture

Haiku for a toad in my backyard
I tried to connect
you were not interested
you hopped away forever

Haiku for a toad in my backyard

I tried to connect

you were not interested

you hopped away forever

god, I wish I had started watching this earlier. How many breakaways have there been? There are going to be 32492944234242 comments on this game. And that’s just on the Guardian.

whoa, this game is exciting.

Tags: bpl boom

"When people say ‘This is my baby,’ they don’t always mean a baby. Sometimes they mean a dog."

— A Somali student, on what has surprised her most about the United States (via 391705)

(Source: africandogontheprairie, via iainbroome)

Tags: hilarious dogs

Nadine Ijewere is a photographer out of London with an amazing talent for portraiture and fashion photography. She creates  beautiful environments for her work using from floral and cultural influences. I love it all.

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Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

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When someone is a ball of light and energy, it is impossible to get a good pic of her. But, oh, how I tried. The show was amazing!

When someone is a ball of light and energy, it is impossible to get a good pic of her. But, oh, how I tried. The show was amazing!

On my way to see My Brightest Diamond with some necklace action. boom.

On my way to see My Brightest Diamond with some necklace action. boom.

Tags: me necklaces boom

newyorker:

Orangutans, Ferris Jabr writes, possess an extraordinary intellect and have demonstrated a capability for cultural learning:

"At Camp Leakey, the orangutans had plenty of opportunity to observe and imitate people. They soon developed a habit of stealing canoes, paddling them downriver, and abandoning them at their destinations. Even triple and quadruple knots in the ropes securing the canoes to the dock did not deter the apes."

Photograph by Patrick Stollarz/AFP/Getty

newyorker:

Orangutans, Ferris Jabr writes, possess an extraordinary intellect and have demonstrated a capability for cultural learning:

"At Camp Leakey, the orangutans had plenty of opportunity to observe and imitate people. They soon developed a habit of stealing canoes, paddling them downriver, and abandoning them at their destinations. Even triple and quadruple knots in the ropes securing the canoes to the dock did not deter the apes."

Photograph by Patrick Stollarz/AFP/Getty