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    oldchum:

A Cherry Blossom Galaxy.

    oldchum:

    A Cherry Blossom Galaxy.

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    mouseshouses:

The grass is a fuzzy sweater.

    mouseshouses:

    The grass is a fuzzy sweater.

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    At which point it becomes obvious that the wolf should be twice this size and starting over is pretty much the only option.

    At which point it becomes obvious that the wolf should be twice this size and starting over is pretty much the only option.

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    kenobi-wan-obi:

    i never thought id live to see the day where people would besmirch the name of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

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    the-guild-of-the-faceless-men:

Goro Fujita

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    yvanduque:

http://fr.ulule.com/katarakt/

    yvanduque:

    http://fr.ulule.com/katarakt/

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    yarrowandyew:

smart-gardener:

koenigaraymo:

Build a $300 underground greenhouse for year-round gardening
Growers in colder climates often utilize various approaches to extend the growing season or to give their crops a boost, whether it’s coldframes, hoop houses or greenhouses.
Greenhouses are usually glazed structures, but are typically expensive to construct and heat throughout the winter. A much more affordable and effective alternative to glass greenhouses is the walipini (an Aymara Indian word for a “place of warmth”), also known as an underground or pit greenhouse. First developed over 20 years ago for the cold mountainous regions of South America, this method allows growers to maintain a productive garden year-round, even in the coldest of climates.[…]
Click here to read more!

OK, I’m interested…

learned a ton about these last weekend :D

    yarrowandyew:

    smart-gardener:

    koenigaraymo:

    Build a $300 underground greenhouse for year-round gardening

    Growers in colder climates often utilize various approaches to extend the growing season or to give their crops a boost, whether it’s coldframes, hoop houses or greenhouses.

    Greenhouses are usually glazed structures, but are typically expensive to construct and heat throughout the winter. A much more affordable and effective alternative to glass greenhouses is the walipini (an Aymara Indian word for a “place of warmth”), also known as an underground or pit greenhouse. First developed over 20 years ago for the cold mountainous regions of South America, this method allows growers to maintain a productive garden year-round, even in the coldest of climates.[…]

    Click here to read more!

    OK, I’m interested…

    learned a ton about these last weekend :D

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    garabating:

    Matt Rockefeller

    Here’s another environment! This is a view of Dragonfly Lake at Rainbow Campground from my project “Dragonfly Holiday.” This time I tried some different times of day! I’ve always wanted to try something like this… I feel like I could do a bunch more.

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    steepravine:

    Pacific Tree Frog All The Way Around

    (Marin, California - 4/2014)

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    wordissound:

Eva_epidermal peel by cuplantdiversity on Flickr.

    wordissound:

    Eva_epidermal peel by cuplantdiversity on Flickr.

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