nubbsgalore:

hannes lochner (previously featured) spent two years and traveled over 100,000 km in the kalahari to document the nocturnal world of its animals. he slept in sweltering day heat, was stung by countless scorpions, and spent up to twenty hours a day in the field, which included sub zero night time winter temperatures.

hannes loves big cats, but notes that “due to the extreme rise and fall in temperature, you only get an hour at night and in the early morning to get pictures of the cats actually doing something. otherwise it is too hot.”

he adds, “the kalahari is very harsh and dry. there are extreme arid regions where only the fittest survive. i saw so many lions dying and cubs being left behind because food was so scarce. it is a difficult environment.”

artsytoad:

Rodney Matthews, Jabberwocky
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artsytoad:

Rodney Matthews, Jabberwocky

babylonfalling:

1970
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hikethenorthwest:

Snoqualmie Mountain, WA
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hikethenorthwest:

Snoqualmie Mountain, WA

z-o-o-l-a-n-d-e-r:

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z-o-o-l-a-n-d-e-r:

i need to know the story behind this

ddccad:


John Muir

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humansofnewyork:

“Life is a miracle. It’s not a mystery to me. It’s simple. Humans can shape their environment, but they can’t create anything. All we can do is put together what is here. But I challenge any man to try to make some life. Actually, forget life. I challenge any man to try to conjure up some dirt.”

humansofnewyork:

“Life is a miracle. It’s not a mystery to me. It’s simple. Humans can shape their environment, but they can’t create anything. All we can do is put together what is here. But I challenge any man to try to make some life. Actually, forget life. I challenge any man to try to conjure up some dirt.”

bonnaroo:

Mantra of the week… (Photo: @paigepineda on Instagram)
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bonnaroo:

Mantra of the week… (Photo: @paigepineda on Instagram)