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Aug 26 '14
Aug 25 '14
Weird ass sunset after an all day storm

Weird ass sunset after an all day storm

Tags: sunset storm
Aug 25 '14

Lots of snails

Tags: snails
Aug 25 '14
Aug 24 '14
postmoderncorruption:

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postmoderncorruption:

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Aug 24 '14
02 Astile ft. Cornye Westcountry - Arable Boy
Aug 24 '14
Aug 24 '14
So I think I had a good day out

So I think I had a good day out

Tags: rave
Aug 22 '14
chriszmosszacid:

look the part and confuse AFC Bournemouth fan all over the world with this cheeky acided up AFC Bournemouth retro Logo. #afcb #chrismossacid #bournemouth http://www.redbubble.com/people/smoj/works/12499316-afc-acid?p=t-shirt

chriszmosszacid:

look the part and confuse AFC Bournemouth fan all over the world with this cheeky acided up AFC Bournemouth retro Logo. #afcb #chrismossacid #bournemouth http://www.redbubble.com/people/smoj/works/12499316-afc-acid?p=t-shirt

Aug 22 '14
Aug 22 '14
Aug 22 '14
oupacademic:

These two photos were taken before and after a supernova explosion. The first image (a) shows the location of the star before the explosion, and the second images shows (b) the flash of light emitted by the supernova explosion. This explosion was photographed in 1987, but actually took place about 170,000 years earlier (it took 170,000 years for the flash of light to reach Earth). Supernova explosions occur in large stars. The energy released by these explosions can synthesize elements with up to 92 protons. (via Physical Geology Today – Origin of the Chemical Elements)

oupacademic:

These two photos were taken before and after a supernova explosion. The first image (a) shows the location of the star before the explosion, and the second images shows (b) the flash of light emitted by the supernova explosion. This explosion was photographed in 1987, but actually took place about 170,000 years earlier (it took 170,000 years for the flash of light to reach Earth). Supernova explosions occur in large stars. The energy released by these explosions can synthesize elements with up to 92 protons. (via Physical Geology Today – Origin of the Chemical Elements)

Aug 22 '14

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Aug 22 '14

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Aug 22 '14