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macrolit · a month ago
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When I had youth I had no money; now I have the money I have no time; and when I get the time, if I ever do, I shall have no health to enjoy life.
Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) American writer
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markroome · 2 months ago
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Cyclists
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artofmaquenda · 2 months ago
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I be the Witch of the Wood
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A lot happened this month which made me not able to make time for myself and work. I strained my mental energy but that's ok, that's life and it is worth it, as long as it doesn't become a habit 😊 my body was also so kind to delay the cycle longer than usual so I was able to to do more than I usually would around that time. How fortunate!
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guy60660 · 2 months ago
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Cafe Racers GR
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qtaroqhoji · 15 days ago
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”自転車乗りの80%はSTIの握り方が気になって 吉岡里帆が乗っていることに気がつきません”
確かに
(via 吉岡里帆ちゃんねる♡ on Twitter | 自転車, ちゃん)
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evolvingessence · 13 days ago
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opellisms · 5 months ago
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AAAA! She no longer bald!!!
No reposts please. Reblogs ok!
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artofmaquenda · a year ago
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Blood Moon
Finished the lineart :D Will start coloring it soon, but I also really like it this way :D
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guy60660 · 2 months ago
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Urban Street Photography
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fiercerthanyou · a month ago
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Immortal Jellyfish!
Turritopsis dohrnii are called immortal jellyfish because they can potentially live forever. Jellyfish start life as larvae, before establishing themselves on the seafloor and transforming into polyps. These polyps then produce free-swimming medusas, or jellyfish. 
Mature Turritopsis dohrnii are special in that they can turn back into polyps if they are physically damaged or starving, according to the American Museum of Natural History, and then later return to their jellyfish state.
The jellyfish, which are native to the Mediterranean Sea, can repeat this feat of reversing their life cycle multiple times and therefore may never die of old age under the right conditions, according to the Natural History Museum in London.
Turritopsis dohrnii are tiny — less than 0.2 inches (4.5 millimeters) across — and are eaten by other animals such as fish or may die by other means, thus preventing them from actually achieving immortality.
A Turritopsis immortal jellyfish off the coast of Palm Beach in Florida, U.S. 
Image credit: Blue Planet Archive
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qtaroqhoji · a month ago
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(via Puck Moonen [irtr] : BeautifulFemales)
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