i want to ask why but im not
This is everything.
While the US recovers from the recent polar vortex, in the city of Yakutsk, locals continue daily life in -45C (-49F). Located on the permanently frozen tundra of Russia’s far east, Yakutsk is generally considered the coldest city in the world. Photographs: Amos Chapple
I had a prof in undergrad who would periodically answer questions by just yelling out YAKUTSK!!!! He was a bear of a man so it came out as a growl-bark. We only learned what Yakutsk was halfway through the term, and still it didn’t answer some of the questions.
This picture was captured at Shingle Creek Park in Kissimmee in Florida, USA, by photography student Maria Manzano. Picture: Maria Manzano/Caters (via Pictures of the day: 6 December 2013 - Telegraph)
Lee Johnson (left) lets his friends handle his pony Gypsy, which he keeps in a stable behind his home in the Clondalkin district of Dublin, Ireland, April 1994.Photograph by Sam Abell, National Geographicthere are no words to express the fervor with which i love this photo…
i can’t remember it; 2013; hand embroidery, watercolor, + illustration on handmade paper
the majestic flapflaps…
Wait, are those breaching mantas?
no they are the majestic flapflaps