I'm waiting for my sun to shine
dexlysic:

so I went to a museum in DC today where they had all these Van Gogh paintings, and nobody really stopped me (????) when I got like 3 inches from the painting to take this

dexlysic:

so I went to a museum in DC today where they had all these Van Gogh paintings, and nobody really stopped me (????) when I got like 3 inches from the painting to take this

nobodyiswatchingus:

Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption.
Taken in Iceland. One of the most unique landscape photos I’ve ever seen.

nobodyiswatchingus:

Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption.

Taken in Iceland. One of the most unique landscape photos I’ve ever seen.


Installation view of Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures at The Museum of Modern Art, 2010

Installation view of Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures at The Museum of Modern Art, 2010


The Holy Trinity. Adrien Sahores, Aiden Andrews, and Clement Chabernaud. Your faves will never compete.

The Holy Trinity. Adrien Sahores, Aiden Andrews, and Clement Chabernaud. Your faves will never compete.

libutron:

Barred Hogfish - Female | ©Tony J. Gilbert   (Lanzarote, Canary Islands)
The Barred hogfish, Bodianus scrofa (Perciformes - Labridae) is a reef-associated fish endemic to the Macaronesian archipelagos of the Azores, Madeira, Selvagens, Canary and Cape Verde Islands. Based on 100 m bathymetry, the area of occupancy of this species is estimated to be less than 2,000 km2.
This is a large species with males reaching a maximum length of 80 cm. It is threatened by overfishing throughout its restricted range. Sensitivity to recreational fishing is also of major concern due to increasing boatfishing and freediving.
Currently Bodianus scrofa is classified as a Vulnerable species on the IUCN Red List [source]. 

libutron:

Barred Hogfish - Female | ©Tony J. Gilbert   (Lanzarote, Canary Islands)

The Barred hogfish, Bodianus scrofa (Perciformes - Labridae) is a reef-associated fish endemic to the Macaronesian archipelagos of the Azores, Madeira, Selvagens, Canary and Cape Verde Islands. Based on 100 m bathymetry, the area of occupancy of this species is estimated to be less than 2,000 km2.

This is a large species with males reaching a maximum length of 80 cm. It is threatened by overfishing throughout its restricted range. Sensitivity to recreational fishing is also of major concern due to increasing boatfishing and freediving.

Currently Bodianus scrofa is classified as a Vulnerable species on the IUCN Red List [source].