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As I mentioned in the previous post about Rokin, this week I’ll be teaming up with The Feeting Room for an exclusive giveaway. A unique concept aiming to merge online and offline shopping experiences, The Feeting Room is an ever-evolving collaborative effort to present new brands and…

Well designed, constructed, desirable shoes.
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tiny-creatures:

Peeking out to the world by Nicolas Reusens Nature Photography on Flickr.
davidlynchfoundation:

Looking forward to the return of #TwinPeaks. Congratulations, David!

davidlynchfoundation:

Looking forward to the return of #TwinPeaks. Congratulations, David!

tiny-creatures:

Nectar Feeding Bat by AnimalExplorer on Flickr.

nubbsgalore:

the last week of september is sea otter awareness weekwhere most marine mammals rely on a layer of insulating blubber to keep warm in the water, sea otters make use of their dense fur coat.

in fact, their fur is so thick and soft that for centuries humans have hunted the animal. by 1929, sea otters had been virtually eradicated from alaska to california. and while populations of the animal are currently making a remarkable comeback in british columbia, they nevertheless remain an endangered species.  

sea otters play a vital role in their aquatic ecosystem. in the absence of the animal, sea urchin populations explode, leading to the eradication of kelp forests, which in turn affects fish, sea birds and even eagle populations.

photos by tom and pat leeson (peekaboo otter), veronica craft (vogue otter), hal beral (sleepy otter), brian maxwell (cuddling albino otter), jeff foot (super excited screaming otter), matt maran (shouting otter), joe robertson (holding hands otters) and suzi eszterhas (happy otter)

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"I was going to buy the iPhone 6 Plus, but I already have a flat-screen TV."

— Conan (via teamcoco)

gnumblr:

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gnumblr:

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nemfrog:

Spectra of various sources of light. Astronomy for the Use of Schools and Academies. 1882.

nemfrog:

Spectra of various sources of light. Astronomy for the Use of Schools and Academies. 1882.

(via scientificillustration)

fer1972:

Black and White Photography by Rebecca Jane Johnston