flow-fairy:

master healer clear quartz with rainbow infractions <3
flowersgardenlove:

pebble path LOVE nee Flowers Garden Love
ifuckingloveminerals:

Creedite, Fluorite
Navidad Mine, Abasolo, Durango, Mexico
frolicingintheforest:


Connect yourself with the earth… lose the shoes. (;
gravitationalbeauty:

Auroras over Northern Canada
libutron:

For the sea slug Chromodoris reticulata the penis is a disposable and replaceable instrument
Like almost all nudibranchs, Chromodoris reticulata (Chromodorididae), is a non-selfing, simultaneously hermaphroditic sea slug. In this species partners perform both the ‘male role’ of donating sperm to a mating partner and the ‘female role’ of receiving sperm from the partner simultaneously during copulation. 
What’s unique about this species native to the Indo- Pacific, at least while the reproductive biology of other nudibranchs is studied, is the fact that Chromodoris reticulata is able to autotomize its penis after copulation and regrow another penis to copulate again within a day.
Once copulation has ended, both individuals crawl with their elongated penises remaining outside the body, and then they autotomize and discard them. Behavioral observations revealed that approximately 24 h after the previous copulation C. reticulata is able to copulate reciprocally for at least three more times. This is due to that penis has a spiral structure that is believed plays an important role in the autotomy and replenishment. So, a ‘next penis’ is available after 24 h for a new copulation.
Cool, don’t you think?
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Benjamin Naden | [Top: Manadao, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2011] - [Bottom: Seraya Barat, Bali, Indonesia, 2012]

boneswolf:

lulz-time:

Watch the video of this dog expressing his happiness and gratitude after being rescued

Some days my faith in humanity is restored.

Omg I am crying this is so cute!!!

(Source: sizvideos, via shantichild)

(Source: sizvideos, via hoopmaiden)

thatfunnyblog:

The Simpsons was the most honest show out there

(Source: taco-bell-rey, via hoopmaiden)

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Vanadinite - ACF mine, Mibladen, Morocco

(Source: spiriferminerals.com, via mentalalchemy)

trashfriend:

little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean

(via sunflower-mama)

libutron:

Chlorophyllum olivieri 
Chlorophyllum olivieri (Agaricaceae) is a common mushroom in temperate hemiboreal and boreal zones in Europe and North America. It grows in coniferous woods, in old and-hills or litter beds, often forming fairy rings.
This species is generally regarded as an edible mushroom, however it resembles C. brunneum, which is suspected to be poisonous. 
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada (2011)
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flow-fairy:

master healer clear quartz with rainbow infractions <3
flowersgardenlove:

pebble path LOVE nee Flowers Garden Love
ifuckingloveminerals:

Creedite, Fluorite
Navidad Mine, Abasolo, Durango, Mexico
frolicingintheforest:


Connect yourself with the earth… lose the shoes. (;
gravitationalbeauty:

Auroras over Northern Canada
libutron:

For the sea slug Chromodoris reticulata the penis is a disposable and replaceable instrument
Like almost all nudibranchs, Chromodoris reticulata (Chromodorididae), is a non-selfing, simultaneously hermaphroditic sea slug. In this species partners perform both the ‘male role’ of donating sperm to a mating partner and the ‘female role’ of receiving sperm from the partner simultaneously during copulation. 
What’s unique about this species native to the Indo- Pacific, at least while the reproductive biology of other nudibranchs is studied, is the fact that Chromodoris reticulata is able to autotomize its penis after copulation and regrow another penis to copulate again within a day.
Once copulation has ended, both individuals crawl with their elongated penises remaining outside the body, and then they autotomize and discard them. Behavioral observations revealed that approximately 24 h after the previous copulation C. reticulata is able to copulate reciprocally for at least three more times. This is due to that penis has a spiral structure that is believed plays an important role in the autotomy and replenishment. So, a ‘next penis’ is available after 24 h for a new copulation.
Cool, don’t you think?
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Benjamin Naden | [Top: Manadao, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2011] - [Bottom: Seraya Barat, Bali, Indonesia, 2012]

boneswolf:

lulz-time:

Watch the video of this dog expressing his happiness and gratitude after being rescued

Some days my faith in humanity is restored.

Omg I am crying this is so cute!!!

(Source: sizvideos, via shantichild)

(Source: sizvideos, via hoopmaiden)

thatfunnyblog:

The Simpsons was the most honest show out there

(Source: taco-bell-rey, via hoopmaiden)

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Vanadinite - ACF mine, Mibladen, Morocco

(Source: spiriferminerals.com, via mentalalchemy)

trashfriend:

little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean

(via sunflower-mama)

libutron:

Chlorophyllum olivieri 
Chlorophyllum olivieri (Agaricaceae) is a common mushroom in temperate hemiboreal and boreal zones in Europe and North America. It grows in coniferous woods, in old and-hills or litter beds, often forming fairy rings.
This species is generally regarded as an edible mushroom, however it resembles C. brunneum, which is suspected to be poisonous. 
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada (2011)
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flow-fairy:

master healer clear quartz with rainbow infractions <3
flowersgardenlove:

pebble path LOVE nee Flowers Garden Love
ifuckingloveminerals:

Creedite, Fluorite
Navidad Mine, Abasolo, Durango, Mexico
frolicingintheforest:


Connect yourself with the earth… lose the shoes. (;
gravitationalbeauty:

Auroras over Northern Canada
libutron:

For the sea slug Chromodoris reticulata the penis is a disposable and replaceable instrument
Like almost all nudibranchs, Chromodoris reticulata (Chromodorididae), is a non-selfing, simultaneously hermaphroditic sea slug. In this species partners perform both the ‘male role’ of donating sperm to a mating partner and the ‘female role’ of receiving sperm from the partner simultaneously during copulation. 
What’s unique about this species native to the Indo- Pacific, at least while the reproductive biology of other nudibranchs is studied, is the fact that Chromodoris reticulata is able to autotomize its penis after copulation and regrow another penis to copulate again within a day.
Once copulation has ended, both individuals crawl with their elongated penises remaining outside the body, and then they autotomize and discard them. Behavioral observations revealed that approximately 24 h after the previous copulation C. reticulata is able to copulate reciprocally for at least three more times. This is due to that penis has a spiral structure that is believed plays an important role in the autotomy and replenishment. So, a ‘next penis’ is available after 24 h for a new copulation.
Cool, don’t you think?
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Benjamin Naden | [Top: Manadao, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2011] - [Bottom: Seraya Barat, Bali, Indonesia, 2012]

boneswolf:

lulz-time:

Watch the video of this dog expressing his happiness and gratitude after being rescued

Some days my faith in humanity is restored.

Omg I am crying this is so cute!!!

(Source: sizvideos, via shantichild)

(Source: sizvideos, via hoopmaiden)

thatfunnyblog:

The Simpsons was the most honest show out there

(Source: taco-bell-rey, via hoopmaiden)

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Vanadinite - ACF mine, Mibladen, Morocco

(Source: spiriferminerals.com, via mentalalchemy)

trashfriend:

little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean

(via sunflower-mama)

libutron:

Chlorophyllum olivieri 
Chlorophyllum olivieri (Agaricaceae) is a common mushroom in temperate hemiboreal and boreal zones in Europe and North America. It grows in coniferous woods, in old and-hills or litter beds, often forming fairy rings.
This species is generally regarded as an edible mushroom, however it resembles C. brunneum, which is suspected to be poisonous. 
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada (2011)
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flow-fairy:

master healer clear quartz with rainbow infractions <3
flowersgardenlove:

pebble path LOVE nee Flowers Garden Love
ifuckingloveminerals:

Creedite, Fluorite
Navidad Mine, Abasolo, Durango, Mexico
frolicingintheforest:


Connect yourself with the earth… lose the shoes. (;
gravitationalbeauty:

Auroras over Northern Canada
libutron:

For the sea slug Chromodoris reticulata the penis is a disposable and replaceable instrument
Like almost all nudibranchs, Chromodoris reticulata (Chromodorididae), is a non-selfing, simultaneously hermaphroditic sea slug. In this species partners perform both the ‘male role’ of donating sperm to a mating partner and the ‘female role’ of receiving sperm from the partner simultaneously during copulation. 
What’s unique about this species native to the Indo- Pacific, at least while the reproductive biology of other nudibranchs is studied, is the fact that Chromodoris reticulata is able to autotomize its penis after copulation and regrow another penis to copulate again within a day.
Once copulation has ended, both individuals crawl with their elongated penises remaining outside the body, and then they autotomize and discard them. Behavioral observations revealed that approximately 24 h after the previous copulation C. reticulata is able to copulate reciprocally for at least three more times. This is due to that penis has a spiral structure that is believed plays an important role in the autotomy and replenishment. So, a ‘next penis’ is available after 24 h for a new copulation.
Cool, don’t you think?
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Benjamin Naden | [Top: Manadao, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2011] - [Bottom: Seraya Barat, Bali, Indonesia, 2012]

boneswolf:

lulz-time:

Watch the video of this dog expressing his happiness and gratitude after being rescued

Some days my faith in humanity is restored.

Omg I am crying this is so cute!!!

(Source: sizvideos, via shantichild)

(Source: sizvideos, via hoopmaiden)

thatfunnyblog:

The Simpsons was the most honest show out there

(Source: taco-bell-rey, via hoopmaiden)

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Vanadinite - ACF mine, Mibladen, Morocco

(Source: spiriferminerals.com, via mentalalchemy)

trashfriend:

little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean

(via sunflower-mama)

libutron:

Chlorophyllum olivieri 
Chlorophyllum olivieri (Agaricaceae) is a common mushroom in temperate hemiboreal and boreal zones in Europe and North America. It grows in coniferous woods, in old and-hills or litter beds, often forming fairy rings.
This species is generally regarded as an edible mushroom, however it resembles C. brunneum, which is suspected to be poisonous. 
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada (2011)
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flow-fairy:

master healer clear quartz with rainbow infractions <3
flowersgardenlove:

pebble path LOVE nee Flowers Garden Love
ifuckingloveminerals:

Creedite, Fluorite
Navidad Mine, Abasolo, Durango, Mexico
frolicingintheforest:


Connect yourself with the earth… lose the shoes. (;
gravitationalbeauty:

Auroras over Northern Canada
libutron:

For the sea slug Chromodoris reticulata the penis is a disposable and replaceable instrument
Like almost all nudibranchs, Chromodoris reticulata (Chromodorididae), is a non-selfing, simultaneously hermaphroditic sea slug. In this species partners perform both the ‘male role’ of donating sperm to a mating partner and the ‘female role’ of receiving sperm from the partner simultaneously during copulation. 
What’s unique about this species native to the Indo- Pacific, at least while the reproductive biology of other nudibranchs is studied, is the fact that Chromodoris reticulata is able to autotomize its penis after copulation and regrow another penis to copulate again within a day.
Once copulation has ended, both individuals crawl with their elongated penises remaining outside the body, and then they autotomize and discard them. Behavioral observations revealed that approximately 24 h after the previous copulation C. reticulata is able to copulate reciprocally for at least three more times. This is due to that penis has a spiral structure that is believed plays an important role in the autotomy and replenishment. So, a ‘next penis’ is available after 24 h for a new copulation.
Cool, don’t you think?
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Benjamin Naden | [Top: Manadao, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2011] - [Bottom: Seraya Barat, Bali, Indonesia, 2012]

boneswolf:

lulz-time:

Watch the video of this dog expressing his happiness and gratitude after being rescued

Some days my faith in humanity is restored.

Omg I am crying this is so cute!!!

(Source: sizvideos, via shantichild)

(Source: sizvideos, via hoopmaiden)

thatfunnyblog:

The Simpsons was the most honest show out there

(Source: taco-bell-rey, via hoopmaiden)

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Vanadinite - ACF mine, Mibladen, Morocco

(Source: spiriferminerals.com, via mentalalchemy)

trashfriend:

little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean

(via sunflower-mama)

libutron:

Chlorophyllum olivieri 
Chlorophyllum olivieri (Agaricaceae) is a common mushroom in temperate hemiboreal and boreal zones in Europe and North America. It grows in coniferous woods, in old and-hills or litter beds, often forming fairy rings.
This species is generally regarded as an edible mushroom, however it resembles C. brunneum, which is suspected to be poisonous. 
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada (2011)
A snazzyspace.com Theme A snazzyspace.com Theme you're living your adventure
flow-fairy:

master healer clear quartz with rainbow infractions <3
flowersgardenlove:

pebble path LOVE nee Flowers Garden Love
ifuckingloveminerals:

Creedite, Fluorite
Navidad Mine, Abasolo, Durango, Mexico
frolicingintheforest:


Connect yourself with the earth… lose the shoes. (;
gravitationalbeauty:

Auroras over Northern Canada
libutron:

For the sea slug Chromodoris reticulata the penis is a disposable and replaceable instrument
Like almost all nudibranchs, Chromodoris reticulata (Chromodorididae), is a non-selfing, simultaneously hermaphroditic sea slug. In this species partners perform both the ‘male role’ of donating sperm to a mating partner and the ‘female role’ of receiving sperm from the partner simultaneously during copulation. 
What’s unique about this species native to the Indo- Pacific, at least while the reproductive biology of other nudibranchs is studied, is the fact that Chromodoris reticulata is able to autotomize its penis after copulation and regrow another penis to copulate again within a day.
Once copulation has ended, both individuals crawl with their elongated penises remaining outside the body, and then they autotomize and discard them. Behavioral observations revealed that approximately 24 h after the previous copulation C. reticulata is able to copulate reciprocally for at least three more times. This is due to that penis has a spiral structure that is believed plays an important role in the autotomy and replenishment. So, a ‘next penis’ is available after 24 h for a new copulation.
Cool, don’t you think?
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Benjamin Naden | [Top: Manadao, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2011] - [Bottom: Seraya Barat, Bali, Indonesia, 2012]

boneswolf:

lulz-time:

Watch the video of this dog expressing his happiness and gratitude after being rescued

Some days my faith in humanity is restored.

Omg I am crying this is so cute!!!

(Source: sizvideos, via shantichild)

(Source: sizvideos, via hoopmaiden)

thatfunnyblog:

The Simpsons was the most honest show out there

(Source: taco-bell-rey, via hoopmaiden)

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Vanadinite - ACF mine, Mibladen, Morocco

(Source: spiriferminerals.com, via mentalalchemy)

trashfriend:

little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean

(via sunflower-mama)

libutron:

Chlorophyllum olivieri 
Chlorophyllum olivieri (Agaricaceae) is a common mushroom in temperate hemiboreal and boreal zones in Europe and North America. It grows in coniferous woods, in old and-hills or litter beds, often forming fairy rings.
This species is generally regarded as an edible mushroom, however it resembles C. brunneum, which is suspected to be poisonous. 
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada (2011)
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