As promised: grooming.
some losers on their first date
(pilot!AU dean/cas commission for skydark)
Today was understandably a huge day for Derek Jeter, Yankees fans, and baseball fans in general, but I think we need to pay some respect towards Paul Konerko and his retirement, which seems to have been overshadowed today. He had a huge moment tonight in Chicago and saying goodbye to the city in which he has been loyal to since 1999. He has had an incredible career and an influential contribution to the game of baseball and he deserves to be recognized. Congratulations on your retirement Paul!
I LOVE THAT MIDDLE GIF WHERE CAS’S EYES SLIDE OVER AND HE SMILES A LITTLE LIKE, “Dean, what the on earth, this is total horseshit. There is literally nothing more important in this world that hanging out with me right now.”
russia’s lake baikal, the world’s oldest, largest and deepest freshwater lake, freezes over for half the year, creating the clear, turquoise ice seen in these photos by (click pic) alexey kharitonov, alexey trofimov, santorifoto, valery chernodedov and dmitriy sharov. (see also: more russia and lake baikal posts)
Here, have some utterly fantastic beauty. Clearly we need it about now.
the bioluminescent noctiluca scintillans — an algae known otherwise as sea sparkle — of australia’s jervis bay. photos by (click pic) andy hutchinson, joanne paquette and naomi paquette. see also: more bioluminescence posts)
I’m unfamiliar with this end of the process.
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