“We ate well and cheaply and drank well and cheaply and slept well and warm together and loved each other.”
— Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast (via the59thstreetbridge)

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stuffwhitepeopleask:

If White People Were Described Like People Of Color In Literature

that marzipan one isn’t bad tho
repeat-the-question:

stuffwhitepeopleask:

If White People Were Described Like People Of Color In Literature

that marzipan one isn’t bad tho
repeat-the-question:

stuffwhitepeopleask:

If White People Were Described Like People Of Color In Literature

that marzipan one isn’t bad tho
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Don’t bother with the local girls, Andrea Kowch nevver:

Don’t bother with the local girls, Andrea Kowch nevver:

Don’t bother with the local girls, Andrea Kowch nevver:

Don’t bother with the local girls, Andrea Kowch

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Don’t bother with the local girls, Andrea Kowch

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Amethyst Sunbird (Chalcomitra amethystina)
Also known as the Black Sunbird, the amethyst sunbird is a species of sunbird (Nectariniidae) which occurs throughout most of central and southern Africa. Amethyst sunbirds typically inhabit dry savanna and other dry vegetated areas. Like other sunbirds C. amethystina is the old-world counterpart to hummingbirds, as it feeds almost exclusively on flowers, using its long curved bill to take nectar.  It is also known to occasionally feed on insects as well. 
Classification
Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Passeriformes-Necatariniidae-Chalcomitra-C. amethystina
Images: Mikegoulding and Derek Keats astronomy-to-zoology:

Amethyst Sunbird (Chalcomitra amethystina)
Also known as the Black Sunbird, the amethyst sunbird is a species of sunbird (Nectariniidae) which occurs throughout most of central and southern Africa. Amethyst sunbirds typically inhabit dry savanna and other dry vegetated areas. Like other sunbirds C. amethystina is the old-world counterpart to hummingbirds, as it feeds almost exclusively on flowers, using its long curved bill to take nectar.  It is also known to occasionally feed on insects as well. 
Classification
Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Passeriformes-Necatariniidae-Chalcomitra-C. amethystina
Images: Mikegoulding and Derek Keats

astronomy-to-zoology:

Amethyst Sunbird (Chalcomitra amethystina)

Also known as the Black Sunbird, the amethyst sunbird is a species of sunbird (Nectariniidae) which occurs throughout most of central and southern Africa. Amethyst sunbirds typically inhabit dry savanna and other dry vegetated areas. Like other sunbirds C. amethystina is the old-world counterpart to hummingbirds, as it feeds almost exclusively on flowers, using its long curved bill to take nectar.  It is also known to occasionally feed on insects as well. 

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Passeriformes-Necatariniidae-Chalcomitra-C. amethystina

Images: Mikegoulding and Derek Keats

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turtwink:

does medusa have pubes and if so are they snakes too

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“We are mosaics. Pieces of light, love, history, stars… Glued together with magic and music and words.”
— Anita Krizzan (via quotethat)
“Home isn’t a place. It’s you.”
— Six-Word-Story, Meghan Hale (via m-e-ghan)

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Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd
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Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd
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Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd
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Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd
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Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd
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Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd
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Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd
foxmouth:

Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd
foxmouth:

Breathe, 2014 | Elizabeth Gadd