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ichigoflavor:

My circle lenses~

There’s more to come soon~ :3

loveforearth:

“Lagartija” by Kenneth Johnson

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loveforearth:

“Lagartija” by Kenneth Johnson

cutestofthecute:

(via)

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cutestofthecute:

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funkysafari:

The last of a giraffe in Etosha, Namibia by amberlight1

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funkysafari:

The last of a giraffe in Etosha, Namibia by amberlight1

x-enial:

Chalky Beach by Archie

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x-enial:

Chalky Beach by Archie

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buzzfeedfood:

Toasts with the most: 21 awesome energy-boosting breakfast ideas

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beastlyart:

lastallianceofelvesandmen:

moonblossom:

oldmanyellsatcloud:

mothernaturenetwork:

Residents of New England, especially Maine, may not think these are exotic. They are a traditional vegetable dish throughout the region, occasionally served boiled, in a salad or with mayonnaise or butter. For the rest of the country, though, fiddleheads probably look more like alien appendages than a vegetable.
They are actually the furled fronds of a baby fern. One reason they’re so rare outside of their native regions is that they are not cultivated — only harvested from the wild — and so are only found locally and seasonally. Foraging for fiddleheads is also for experts only: Much like with mushrooms, not all ferns are edible and some are poisonous.
They are packed with nutrients and acclaimed for their succulent flavor. Fiddleheads are full of omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, and contain twice the antioxidant quality of blueberries.
14 vegetables you’ve probably never heard of

Romanesco is super cool looking!

Wait what, there are people who can’t just buy fiddleheads in the supermarket?
I feel very badly for these people. Fiddleheads are fucking awesome.

I am one of those unfortunate persons. It is impossible to find where I live. 

Oh shit, I almost forgot it’s fiddlehead season. Gonna make me some fuckin’ crostini with goat cheese NNNGH <3

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beastlyart:

lastallianceofelvesandmen:

moonblossom:

oldmanyellsatcloud:

mothernaturenetwork:

Residents of New England, especially Maine, may not think these are exotic. They are a traditional vegetable dish throughout the region, occasionally served boiled, in a salad or with mayonnaise or butter. For the rest of the country, though, fiddleheads probably look more like alien appendages than a vegetable.

They are actually the furled fronds of a baby fern. One reason they’re so rare outside of their native regions is that they are not cultivated — only harvested from the wild — and so are only found locally and seasonally. Foraging for fiddleheads is also for experts only: Much like with mushrooms, not all ferns are edible and some are poisonous.

They are packed with nutrients and acclaimed for their succulent flavor. Fiddleheads are full of omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, and contain twice the antioxidant quality of blueberries.

14 vegetables you’ve probably never heard of

Romanesco is super cool looking!

Wait what, there are people who can’t just buy fiddleheads in the supermarket?

I feel very badly for these people. Fiddleheads are fucking awesome.

I am one of those unfortunate persons. It is impossible to find where I live. 

Oh shit, I almost forgot it’s fiddlehead season. Gonna make me some fuckin’ crostini with goat cheese NNNGH <3

inspirationfeed:

Paw of an 8 ft brown bear http://ift.tt/1ld0pN9

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inspirationfeed:

Paw of an 8 ft brown bear http://ift.tt/1ld0pN9