Ginger Cocktail

theladycheeky:

"The Sensualist Manifesto"

1. For a true Sensualist the five senses are the highest gift. Experiencing sensual pleasure through savouring, sniffing, observing, listening and touching is their lifelong leitmotiv. Sensualists enjoy poking their noses in their lover’s armpits, love drinking the…

gloriousunion:

Aidan Turner characters! :D credit: Amy Ching from Aidan Turner Corner

gloriousunion:

Aidan Turner characters! :D credit: Amy Ching from Aidan Turner Corner

hannah-rosengren:

Plant These To Help Save Bees: 21 Bee-Friendly Plants. Learn more here!
by Hannah Rosengren, 2013.
11/25/13 update: wow, tumblr!! thanks for the love!! I’ve gotten lots of questions about getting prints of this illustration and am happy to say that 8x10s are now available in my Etsy shop in English & Spanish!! <3
1/7/14 update: 16x20” posters of this illustration now available, HERE!
6/5/14 update: I am continually so amazed and excited to see how much this illustration is being shared- thank you all so much for advocating for the bees!!! Due to this illustration’s popularity in Sweden, prints & posters of it translated in Swedish are now available in my shop here :)

hannah-rosengren:

Plant These To Help Save Bees: 21 Bee-Friendly Plants. Learn more here!

by Hannah Rosengren, 2013.

11/25/13 update: wow, tumblr!! thanks for the love!! I’ve gotten lots of questions about getting prints of this illustration and am happy to say that 8x10s are now available in my Etsy shop in English & Spanish!! <3

1/7/14 update: 16x20” posters of this illustration now available, HERE!

6/5/14 update: I am continually so amazed and excited to see how much this illustration is being shared- thank you all so much for advocating for the bees!!! Due to this illustration’s popularity in Sweden, prints & posters of it translated in Swedish are now available in my shop here :)

nubbsgalore:

photos by paul nicklen for national geogrphic, who notes: "i have been traveling to northern baffin island for more than twelve years to try and get one underwater picture of a male narwhal. narwhals are very shy. they have a sensitive nature and excellent echolocation. you can see hundreds passing by the ice edge, but when you slip into the water, you may never see one.

"late one afternoon, i had been in the -1.7°C water for a couple of hours, and i was freezing so badly that my legs and arms were cramping up. i couldn’t feel my lips around my snorkel, so i just stared into the black 2,000-foot abyss trying not to think about how cold i was.

"then, out of the corner of my eye, i noticed something bright traveling through the murky water. i turned my head, and there they were: several male narwhals, swimming in beautiful formation. i put my frozen finger on the shutter and, as i was about to take the picture, the narwhal closest to me let out a stream of bubbles. i snapped the picture in what was the most incredible moment of the assignment."