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Name: "Femme Fury" XX
Alias: Geoff Schofield
Occupation: Revolutionary/Environmentalist/Music Artist/Reader/Time Traveler
Background: Mayan/Egyptian
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giantpandaphotos:

A baby captive bred panda sits in a basket at the panda breeding center of Bifengxia Panda Base in Ya’an, Sichuan, China.
© Ami Vitale.

Panda in a basket!! ^_^ That should be a thing

giantpandaphotos:

A baby captive bred panda sits in a basket at the panda breeding center of Bifengxia Panda Base in Ya’an, Sichuan, China.

© Ami Vitale.

Panda in a basket!! ^_^
That should be a thing

giantpandaphotos:

Fourteen panda cubs displayed on a blanket at the breeding center of Bifengxia Panda Base managed by China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda.
© Ami Vitale.

Pandas!!

giantpandaphotos:

Fourteen panda cubs displayed on a blanket at the breeding center of Bifengxia Panda Base managed by China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda.

© Ami Vitale.

Pandas!!

Kitchen concoctions #donjulio #chamoy

Kitchen concoctions #donjulio #chamoy

drdavidmrmack:

New article on producing the titles sequence for Americas #1 movie: #CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier http://reelchicago.com/article/sarofsky-produced-titles-america-s-1-movie140407

ps-imadethis:


Fun Fact: Shark teeth worn as jewelry dates back to pre-Renaissance times, when a well known philosopher claimed these shiny triangular objects simply fell from the sky during lunar eclipses. Many believed they offered a remedy for poisons and toxins, so noblemen and royalty wore them as pendants or kept them in their pockets as good luck charms. Fast Forward: Of course we’ve got a more realistic understanding of their origins today, but as designers from Deszo to Givenchy have proven, there’s still something a bit magical about wearing them! This week, we sank our teeth into the trend (and added a sparkly touch…natch) with these gilded, glittering studs. 









To create: Use a paintbrush to coat the bottom half of the shark tooth with a thin layer of modge podge. Sprinkle black glitter to the applied area on the shark tooth and let dry completely. Coat the top half of the tooth with mod podge and apply  gold leaf foil accordingly to cover your surface, pressing around the edges. Seal the entire tooth with a layer of mod podge. Once dry, adhere an earring post with a dab of glue. 
 








Greatest DIY ever!

ps-imadethis:

Fun Fact: Shark teeth worn as jewelry dates back to pre-Renaissance times, when a well known philosopher claimed these shiny triangular objects simply fell from the sky during lunar eclipses. Many believed they offered a remedy for poisons and toxins, so noblemen and royalty wore them as pendants or kept them in their pockets as good luck charms. Fast Forward: Of course we’ve got a more realistic understanding of their origins today, but as designers from Deszo to Givenchy have proven, there’s still something a bit magical about wearing them! This week, we sank our teeth into the trend (and added a sparkly touch…natch) with these gilded, glittering studs. 
To create: Use a paintbrush to coat the bottom half of the shark tooth with a thin layer of modge podge. Sprinkle black glitter to the applied area on the shark tooth and let dry completely. Coat the top half of the tooth with mod podge and apply  gold leaf foil accordingly to cover your surface, pressing around the edges. Seal the entire tooth with a layer of mod podge. Once dry, adhere an earring post with a dab of glue
 

Greatest DIY ever!

Latest obsession: Homemade Apple Chips. Sooo damn good, can’t stop. #applechips

Latest obsession: Homemade Apple Chips. Sooo damn good, can’t stop. #applechips

I’m just gonna bullshit it.
my life motto for the past 20 years (via beyleesis)

(Source: narcissasmalfoy, via ohmachine)

wetheurban:

PHOTOGRAPHY: Nick Meek Photographs Costa Rica Covered in 8 Mil. Flowers Petals for Sony

Imagine a landscape swirling with millions of flower petals. This might sound like something out of a fairy tale, but it really happened.

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(via npr)