1. fuck-benedict-cumberbatch:

givemeinternet:

This Is How Koalas Run

thank you

    fuck-benedict-cumberbatch:

    givemeinternet:

    This Is How Koalas Run

    thank you

    (via doc-who-fanatic)

  2. conflictingheart:

Tea wisdom

    conflictingheart:

    Tea wisdom

  3. plasmatics-life:

Campfire under the milky way (by Tien NGUYEN)

    plasmatics-life:

    Campfire under the milky way (by Tien NGUYEN)

    (via thecityatsunrise)

  4. brutalgeneration:

(by Perhaluk Roma)

    brutalgeneration:

    (by Perhaluk Roma)

    (via thecityatsunrise)

  5. earthdaily:

earthdaily: Nature by Mastrees

    earthdaily:

    earthdaily: Nature by Mastrees

    (Source: EarthDaily, via thecityatsunrise)

  6. salted-kisses:

This weekend we saw a baby sea lion, alone on a beach in a cove (with a very strong current pushing ashore) It looked like he was burring himself in the sand, but more than likely stuck in the sand and unable to bring himself to the water, slowly digging himself into a deeper hole.
My mom, sister and I felt so sad for it. We were at the McWay House Waterfall, and aside from the fact that there is no beach access because of a huge ass cliff, it is illegal to be on the beach, let alone do anything to help the poor thing. And there is no cell service in Big Sur, making it impossible to call for help. 
Later that night at dinner Nick let us know that one of his guests had seen the sea lion and used their phone to call the aquarium.
Today I was happy to report to my mom and sister that the pup had been rescued and is being treated at a rehab facility at the aquarium. Its nice to know that of the hundreds of people that came to town for the holiday weekend, someone cared enough to go out of their way and call for help.

    salted-kisses:

    This weekend we saw a baby sea lion, alone on a beach in a cove (with a very strong current pushing ashore) It looked like he was burring himself in the sand, but more than likely stuck in the sand and unable to bring himself to the water, slowly digging himself into a deeper hole.

    My mom, sister and I felt so sad for it. We were at the McWay House Waterfall, and aside from the fact that there is no beach access because of a huge ass cliff, it is illegal to be on the beach, let alone do anything to help the poor thing. And there is no cell service in Big Sur, making it impossible to call for help. 

    Later that night at dinner Nick let us know that one of his guests had seen the sea lion and used their phone to call the aquarium.

    Today I was happy to report to my mom and sister that the pup had been rescued and is being treated at a rehab facility at the aquarium. Its nice to know that of the hundreds of people that came to town for the holiday weekend, someone cared enough to go out of their way and call for help.

  7. woodendreams:

(by Lou Lu)

    woodendreams:

    (by Lou Lu)

  8. (Source: eftrom, via the-rogue-archivist)

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