My mind is an ocean blue

Ask me anything   Submit   Wanderer at heart with a nearly useless Art History degree. I like music, everything from folk to metal depending on my mood, camping, hiking, and all things cozy. Some days I even consider myself a poet.

dutchster:

i accidentally spilled monster energy drink in my fish bowl and now my goldfish won’t stop saying “bro” and keeps flexing it’s fins

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chibird:

A penguin of the week with a little gift for you each day~ Start off the week with some penguin positivity! :D

Thursday is my favorite because sunflowers and penguins are the secret pathway to my soul

chibird:

A penguin of the week with a little gift for you each day~ Start off the week with some penguin positivity! :D

Thursday is my favorite because sunflowers and penguins are the secret pathway to my soul

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"I want to be at Hobbitcon."
Ancient Proverb (via yakisobaru)

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ifoundoutatzeropoint:

science-junkie:

The Astro AlphabetBy Ethan Siege
A is for Aurora, the Earth’s polar lights,as the Sun’s hot electrons help color our nights.
B is for Black Hole, a star’s collapsed heart,if you cross its horizon, you’ll never depart.
C is for Comet, with tails, ice, and dust,a trip near the Sun makes skywatching a must!
D is for Dark Matter, the great cosmic gluethat holds clusters together, but not me and you!
E is for Eclipse, where the Moon, Earth and Suncast light-blocking shadows that can’t be outrun.
F is for Fusion, that powers the stars,as nuclei join, their released light is ours!
G is for Galaxies, in groups and alone,house billions of planets with lifeforms unknown.
H is for Hubble, for whom Earth’s no place;a telescope like this belongs up in space.
I is for Ions, making nebulae glow;as they find electrons, we capture the show.
J is for Jets, from a galaxy’s core,if you feed them right, they’ll be active once more!
K is for Kepler, whose great laws of motionkeep planets on course in the great cosmic ocean.
L is for Libration, which makes our Moon rock,it’s a trick of the orbit; it’s tidally locked!
M is for Meteors, which come in a shower,if skies are just right, you’ll see hundreds an hour!
N is for Nebula, what forms when stars die,this recycled fuel makes cosmic apple pie.
O is for Opaque, why the Milky Way’s dark,these cosmic dust lanes make starlight appear stark!
P is for Pulsar, a spinning neutron star,as the orbits tick by, we know just when we are.
Q is for Quasar, a great radio source,accelerating matter with little remorse.
R is for Rings, all gas giants possess them,even one found in another sun’s system!
S is for Spacetime, which curves due to matter,this Universe-fabric can bend but won’t shatter!
T is for Tides, caused by gravity’s tune,our oceans bulge out from the Sun and the Moon.
U is the Universe, our goal’s understanding,with billions of galaxies, as spacetime’s expanding!
V is for Virgo, our nearest great cluster,with thousands of galaxies, it’s a gut-buster!
W is for Wavelength, the energies of light,that tell us what atoms are in stars just from sight!
X is for X-rays, high-energy light,where bursts of new stars show an ionized might.
Y is the Year, where we orbit our Sun,each planet’s is different; the Earth’s is just one.
Z is for Zenith, so gaze up at the sky!The Universe is here; let’s learn what, how and why.
Source: Starts With A Bang!Image credit: Galaxy Zoo’s writing tool

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ifoundoutatzeropoint:

science-junkie:

The Astro Alphabet
By Ethan Siege

A is for Aurora, the Earth’s polar lights,
as the Sun’s hot electrons help color our nights.

B is for Black Hole, a star’s collapsed heart,
if you cross its horizon, you’ll never depart.

C is for Comet, with tails, ice, and dust,
a trip near the Sun makes skywatching a must!

D is for Dark Matter, the great cosmic glue
that holds clusters together, but not me and you!

E is for Eclipse, where the Moon, Earth and Sun
cast light-blocking shadows that can’t be outrun.

F is for Fusion, that powers the stars,
as nuclei join, their released light is ours!

G is for Galaxies, in groups and alone,
house billions of planets with lifeforms unknown.

H is for Hubble, for whom Earth’s no place;
a telescope like this belongs up in space.

I is for Ions, making nebulae glow;
as they find electrons, we capture the show.

J is for Jets, from a galaxy’s core,
if you feed them right, they’ll be active once more!

K is for Kepler, whose great laws of motion
keep planets on course in the great cosmic ocean.

L is for Libration, which makes our Moon rock,
it’s a trick of the orbit; it’s tidally locked!

M is for Meteors, which come in a shower,
if skies are just right, you’ll see hundreds an hour!

N is for Nebula, what forms when stars die,
this recycled fuel makes cosmic apple pie.

O is for Opaque, why the Milky Way’s dark,
these cosmic dust lanes make starlight appear stark!

P is for Pulsar, a spinning neutron star,
as the orbits tick by, we know just when we are.

Q is for Quasar, a great radio source,
accelerating matter with little remorse.

R is for Rings, all gas giants possess them,
even one found in another sun’s system!

S is for Spacetime, which curves due to matter,
this Universe-fabric can bend but won’t shatter!

T is for Tides, caused by gravity’s tune,
our oceans bulge out from the Sun and the Moon.

U is the Universe, our goal’s understanding,
with billions of galaxies, as spacetime’s expanding!

V is for Virgo, our nearest great cluster,
with thousands of galaxies, it’s a gut-buster!

W is for Wavelength, the energies of light,
that tell us what atoms are in stars just from sight!

X is for X-rays, high-energy light,
where bursts of new stars show an ionized might.

Y is the Year, where we orbit our Sun,
each planet’s is different; the Earth’s is just one.

Z is for Zenith, so gaze up at the sky!
The Universe is here; let’s learn what, how and why.

Source: Starts With A Bang!
Image credit: Galaxy Zoo’s writing tool

my inner cosmic nerd really enjoyed this

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matthewschiavello:

'Silhouettes in the Wimmera at sunset   #541'
(17/04/14)

matthewschiavello:

'Silhouettes in the Wimmera at sunset   #541'

(17/04/14)

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#matthewschiavello  #photography 
ginnabean:

WOW 50k notes !!!! wat
I hope you guys all know that by reblogging this you are blowing my mind and making my dreams come true, because this is my most popular post by like….48,000.

ginnabean:

WOW 50k notes !!!! wat

I hope you guys all know that by reblogging this you are blowing my mind and making my dreams come true, because this is my most popular post by like….48,000.

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#smaug  #the hobbit 
daughterofchaos:

Alessandri Crucifixion, 1480-81, Glazed terracotta, Andrea della Robbia, La Verna, Italy

It looks like the moon is screaming at the sun again guys
Moon: you are such an attention whore!
Sun: Can’t we all just be friends

daughterofchaos:

Alessandri Crucifixion, 1480-81, Glazed terracotta, Andrea della Robbia, La Verna, Italy

It looks like the moon is screaming at the sun again guys

Moon: you are such an attention whore!

Sun: Can’t we all just be friends

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#art  #art history 

artdecco80:

outerground:

Details from The Gates of Hell by Rodin. Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned around the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished sculpture became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls. This version is at the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia.


gates of hell

rodin

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#Rodin  #art  #art history