"El sol salio anoche y me canto."

becausebirds:

Magpie playing with a puppy.

(via funnywildlife)

littleworries:

I check the places because sometimes you are there (ii)

littleworries:

I check the places because sometimes you are there (ii)

artsfortransit:

Happy Earth Day! Check out artist Joan Linder’s  luminous laminated glass artwork installed at the 71st Street station on the D Line in Brooklyn, entitled The Flora of Bensonhurst. We featured Joan’s work on the re-launched Poetry in Motion  poetry card along with a poem by Dorothea Tanning back in 2012.  Get outside and enjoy the Earth today!

erispoe:

Andrew Wyeth + Yellow

(via casabet64)

cleopatra:

Art History Meme [5/9] Paintings

Laura, Giorgione, 1506 

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sollertias:

Ecce Homo by Mateo Cerezo, 1660-1666 (detail)

sollertias:

Ecce Homo by Mateo Cerezo, 1660-1666 (detail)

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(Source: ratnaprecords, via goodgodvibes)

fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Herbert James Draper (1863-1920)

1. Clyties of the Mist

2. Mourning for Icarus

3. Halcyone

4. The Vintage Morn 

5. By Summer Seas

thegreenwolf:

cestdanstonsang:

indie-moonlight:

beben-eleben:

Biodegradable cigarette filters with flower seeds. Save the Planet, Kill Yourself.

^ this comment at the end is powerful and accurate

Coolest thing ever

Obligatory reminder that the flower seeds are probably not native to most places where they’re being distributed, and so by flicking these on the ground you may be spreading invasive species. Also, if you don’t make sure the butt it burned out when you drop it, there’s also fire hazard.
In other words, just throw your damned butts away instead of promoting lazy, irresponsible habits.

thegreenwolf:

cestdanstonsang:

indie-moonlight:

beben-eleben:

Biodegradable cigarette filters with flower seeds.
Save the Planet, Kill Yourself.

^ this comment at the end is powerful and accurate

Coolest thing ever

Obligatory reminder that the flower seeds are probably not native to most places where they’re being distributed, and so by flicking these on the ground you may be spreading invasive species. Also, if you don’t make sure the butt it burned out when you drop it, there’s also fire hazard.

In other words, just throw your damned butts away instead of promoting lazy, irresponsible habits.