Toxic, psychoactive Jimsonweed grows in Downtown NYC
"Beyond the innocuously descriptive "moonflower" (the tubular flowers open by night) and "thorn apple," various sources identify it as "devil’s apple," "devil’s snare," "devil’s weed," "devil’s trumpet" (and "angel’s trumpet"), "mad apple," and "locoweed," among many others."
See? A bit of plant knowledge makes the world a more interesting place. After all, you never know what might be growing right next to you. ~LM
Rescue unicorn is here to save the day!
I came up with this idea the other day when someone I follow on tumblr was having a rough time and I thought this would be cheerful concept. It gave me the giggles so much I had to draw it.
"…..a dress of such intense, fresh, and wet green that anything it touched turned the same color. When she moved a little, the air was streaked with green. Red Rose, White Rose by Eileen Chang.
Sumair (Amrita’s cousin) painted in 1936 by Amrita Shergil. 1930s perfection.
(Source: google.com, via jaded-mandarin)
You better fucking reblog this guys
Bennett’s wallaby in Tierpark Nordhorn, Germany.
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B E O U R G U E S T
these skeletons look legitimately friendly and inviting, i don’t know about you guys but i’m hella stoked to kick it with these skeletons
Steampunk Tendencies-achitecture | via Tumblr on We Heart It.
Height and Light in Bourges Cathedral, photographed by Frederick H. Evans, 1903.