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ancientart:

Muniyara Dolmens, Idukki district, Kerala, India.

Dolmens are also known as portal tombs or portal graves, and are a type of single-chamber megalithic tomb. Most dolmens date to the early Neolithic period (4,000-3,000 BCE), and typically consist of three or more upright stones supporting a horizontal capstone.

Photos courtesy & taken by indianature s9.

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Sophora prostrata ‘Little Baby’: the small foliage makes it an excellent #bonsai specimen - #plants

gallowhill:

Nils Udo - 27, 1999

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PSA

forestferncreations:

Friends, 

Do not try to hang a Norwegian reindeer hide up on your wall yourself.

You will try.

And try.

And fail.

And end up covered in coarse hair and defeat.

weedpullswoman:

More cotyledon bits and bobs, because I can’t leave well enough alone.

nippleputty:

biodiverseed:

unoetrino:

FERMI TUTTI RAGA

Absolutely brilliant. tinyhousedarling: this one is for you.

#gif #DIY #garden hacks #vertical gardening #container gardening 

Of course they are wearing flannel. 

As a Canadian who has un-ironically been wearing flannel for my entire life, I resent this hipster stereotype. ;)

I’m a lumberjill, and I’m ok.

" I have no problem understanding that women are interested in mascara and the Middle East. Men are allowed to talk about sports relentlessly, and yet we still take them seriously. I don’t understand why women can’t talk about fashion, or sex, or love, or wanting more money and not be taken as seriously as men. "

lostinrapmusic:

weed got the cat looking like master splinter.

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Over-wintering my Impatiens hawkeri (New Guinea Impatiens) at my mother- in-law’s salon

aestheticgoddess:

Your Rainbow Panorama, Olafur Eliasson

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i want to buy a light for my seedlings next season and to give my succulents a little more light during winter. In your The bathroom closet Eden post you said you used a special grow light. Is there a cheaper option? Something that can be found at a regular hardware store?

Asked by sleepynoms

biodiverseed:

You can use a cheap LED light: a lot of people use either a dedicated grow light, or red and blue LEDs to make sure the plant gets full the spectrum it needs, depending on what sort of growth cycle it is on [x]. Those bulbs won’t cost you more than $10, and they last a very long time, while being energy efficient.

If you want to make it more effective, you can pair it with a reflector, which is about $10 as well.

The only other thing you need (unless you are willing to do it manually every day) is a plug-in timer, which will allow you to give your plants a natural light schedule. Those are also around $10.

All-in-all, you could accomplish it for $20-$30.

  • LED Light
  • Reflector
  • Timer

Beyond that, aluminum foil works wonders for increasing the spread of the light. The backs of the doors in my bathroom garden are lined with foil. It totally looks like I have a grow op.

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anthrocentric:

moon-medicine:

my-wayward-shawn:

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randallascot:

roachpatrol:

creatures-alive:

Tando (via 500px / sleeping Tando by Hendy Mp)

what the fuck? wh a t the fuck??? what. what the fuck. 

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holy shit

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in english it’s called a Sunda Flying Lemur

Flying sloth. Lookit

sloth bat ♡

They’re super cute and all so here’s a fun fact: the Sunda Flying Lemur, otherwise known as the Sunda Coluga are not true lemurs. There are two known species of colugos (flying lemurs) and they (along with tree shrews) are genetically close to primates.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/11/071101-lemur-relative.html

http://eol.org/pages/1040858/details

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