October 17, 2014

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October 17, 2014
mudwerks:

(via John William Waterhouse - Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May [1908] | Gandalf’s Gallery)

mudwerks:

(via John William Waterhouse - Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May [1908] | Gandalf’s Gallery)

October 17, 2014
nevver:

Walking the line

nevver:

Walking the line

October 17, 2014
Spin it at 33RPM: Sales of vinyl albums set to hit 18-year high

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Spin it at 33RPM: Sales of vinyl albums set to hit 18-year high

Vinyl album sales are flourishing as figures show they could pass the million mark by the end of the year - the best return for almost 20 years. The Official Charts Company figures show almost 800,000 vinyl albums…

October 14, 2014

80slove:

The Shining (1980)

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October 10, 2014

October 10, 2014
passioneperladanza:

English National Ballet’s Crystal Costa photographed by Dan Freeman

passioneperladanza:

English National Ballet’s Crystal Costa photographed by Dan Freeman

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October 10, 2014
rhamphotheca:

Do Not Fear the Sailor Jelly Invasion
by Cathy Lucas, Univ. of Southampton
Billions of small, jellyfish-like creatures known as “by-the-wind sailors” have washed ashore all along the west coast of North America this summer, from southern California to British Columbia.
Images of vast swarms of electric-blue sails covering the ocean’s surface and littering the sand are indeed spectacular, but people might well wonder what exactly these strange-looking beings actually are. And this of course leads to the next question – should we be afraid of them?
 Velella velella (to give them their scientific name) are often assumed to be a type of jellyfish but, while biology does lump them in with jellyfish, sea anenomes, and corals in a group known as Cnidaria, Velellas are not all that closely related to the common or moon jellyfish, Aurelia aurita…
(read more: Live Science)
photograph by sublimedesign

rhamphotheca:

Do Not Fear the Sailor Jelly Invasion

by Cathy Lucas, Univ. of Southampton

Billions of small, jellyfish-like creatures known as “by-the-wind sailors” have washed ashore all along the west coast of North America this summer, from southern California to British Columbia.

Images of vast swarms of electric-blue sails covering the ocean’s surface and littering the sand are indeed spectacular, but people might well wonder what exactly these strange-looking beings actually are. And this of course leads to the next question – should we be afraid of them?

Velella velella (to give them their scientific name) are often assumed to be a type of jellyfish but, while biology does lump them in with jellyfish, sea anenomes, and corals in a group known as Cnidaria, Velellas are not all that closely related to the common or moon jellyfish, Aurelia aurita

(read more: Live Science)

photograph by sublimedesign

October 9, 2014

Watch the full-length film ‘One Chance’, for free exclusively on Yahoo Screen from September 30th through October 9th for free. From the director of ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ and ‘Marley and Me,’ ‘One Chance’ is the incredible true story of Paul Potts, a shy, bullied shop assistant by day and an amateur opera singer by night who became a phenomenon after being chosen for — and ultimately winning — ‘Britain’s Got Talent.’

(Source: Yahoo!)

October 8, 2014
adanvc:

Jour de Pluie aux Champs Elysées, 1931.
by Brassaï

adanvc:

Jour de Pluie aux Champs Elysées, 1931.

by Brassaï

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