1. bibbancs:

    What is love? | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

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    asylum-art:

    Floto+Warner Studio: Colorful Liquid Splashes Captured at 1/3500th of a Second Look Like Floating Sculpturest 

    Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto of Floto+Warner Studio recently produced this beautiful series of photos titled Clourant that seemingly turns large splashes of colorful liquid into glistening sculptures that hover in midair.  The photos were shot at a speed of 1/3,500th of a second, taking special care to disguise the origin of each burst making images appear almost digital in nature (the duo assures no Photoshop was used).

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  4. dank-fiend:

    Girl Scout Cookies, no edit

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  6. oceanographic:

    underwater majesty (by SirEstragon)

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  7. mauiw0wie:

    This was my day yesterday 

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  8. Could you imagine getting an apartment with the person you love. Falling asleep beside each other, and waking up to see that cute little dopey smile they make when they first get up. You’d never have a bad start to your day, because they’d be the perfect start.

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  10. jbarrsss:

    My babes pipe has some awesome colors

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  11. shoutout to the girls sucking dick because it makes THEM happy

    Shout out to all the guys eating pussy because it makes THEM happy

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    sixpenceee:

    An Accidental Ecosystem in an Abandoned Mall

    Constructed in 1982 by the Kaew Fah Plaza Company, the 11-storey New World Mall enjoyed a brief period of success. It was soon shut down due to legal concerns and demolished. A fire left the place without a roof.

    Without a roof, rainwater filled the basement and this pool of stagnant water soon became a breeding place for mosquitoes. Annoyed, the vendors in the neighborhood got together and released a few fish into the water, to get rid of the pesky mosquitoes. The fish multiplied quickly, and soon the building became home to a 500-square-meter miniature ecosystem for thousands of koi and catfish.

    It is now a popular tourist destination.

    Picture credits go to Jesse Rockwell. 

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  12. tastefullyoffensive:

    "Margaret, I don’t think they’re open on Sundays."

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