Red in Tooth and Claw

It's cold where Iive; send mittens

terresauvage:

A Tribe Called Red featuring Northern Voice, “Sisters”

Love these guys

4quarius:

Magical pond that changes color with the weather 

Kent Shiraishi took these photos of the Blue Pond, a beautiful body of water in Hokkaido, Japan. Blue Pond receives so much attention because of its shimmering blue hue, which changes into a lovely green in certain light. This pond owes its colors to aluminium hydroxide, a mineral which reflects blue light. 

(via moonbrains)

nocciola asked: Once you get this you have to say 5 nice things about yourself publicly, and then send this to 10 of your favorite followers.

Oh man, I hope you didn’t send this too long ago! I haven’t been blogging much (which is why I probably won’t send this to anyone). Five nice things, huh? OK.

1. I smell fantastic 90% of the time.
2. My GPA is kicking ass this year (~*graaaaad schoooool*~)
3. I’m hella crafty.
4. My hair is pretty ok most of the time.
6. I’m fun at parties, and not parties, and at most general gatherings.

Did I do this right? I have no idea. It’s hard to think of nice things to say that aren’t weird.

arcticmuseum:

   This Inuit shovel was carved from a walrus shoulder blade. The Inuit, who inhabit the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and the US, are well known for their sea faring and hunting skills and a large part of their diet comes from marine animals. Walrus are too powerful to be hunted by one person so Inuit hunters worked in teams. They and their families used most parts of the walrus, including the skin, bones, and ivory, in ingenious ways, as with this shovel.

arcticmuseum:

This Inuit shovel was carved from a walrus shoulder blade. The Inuit, who inhabit the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and the US, are well known for their sea faring and hunting skills and a large part of their diet comes from marine animals. Walrus are too powerful to be hunted by one person so Inuit hunters worked in teams. They and their families used most parts of the walrus, including the skin, bones, and ivory, in ingenious ways, as with this shovel.

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Edinburgh by Andrew Ridley

(Source: englishsnow, via tealeaves)

(Source: imsopale, via notwarm)

impartart:

J.E.H. MacDonald, The Solemn Land, c. 1921

impartart:

J.E.H. MacDonald, The Solemn Land, c. 1921

(via terresauvage)

Canadian Inuit snap ‘sealfies’ to defend way of life | Al Jazeera America

(Source: thothofnorth)