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  3. old-hopes-and-boots:

    Fiery sunrise over Dead Horse Point State Park (Utah) by Seb Coursol

    (via justgr)

     

  4. sixpenceee:

    soberslender:

    sixpenceee:

    These walking pinecones are called Pangolins and they exist. 

    They also resemble a sandslash. 

    Also the most hunted animal in the world. Poached for their shells and meat, used in “medicine” and eaten, respectively.

    Aww, here’s an article (x)

    SAVE THE SANDSLASH! 

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  6. juliayusupov:

    wavy

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  7. wnderlst:

    Svinafellsjökull, Iceland | Maurice Lepetit

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  9. everysinglecountry:

    Masai woman near Masai Mara, Kenya

    photograph by Rohan Ghosh

    (Source: National Geographic)

     

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  12. kenkofoto:

    kenkofoto:

    Swarm.

    There was a swarm of gnats blocking the path, so I turned on my flash and fired it into the cloud of bugs. I’m surprised I got an image at all.

    (via moitey)

     

  13. efedra:

    The preparation for “Be the Inside of the Vase” performance by Echo Morgan

    (via mogi-the-cat)

     

  14. Masai men are first and foremost warriors. They protect their tribe, their cattle and their grazing lands. Masai society is strongly patriarchal in nature.
    MASAI LADY PORTRAIT 2
    Two Masai friends outside a traditional mud hut. Accessories and body ornaments are worn to reflect identity, achievements and status in society.
    MASAI GROUP
    A group portrait of three Masai boys resting on an uprooted tree trunk.
    MASAI PROFILE
    In the Masai culture, it is traditional for women to have up to seventeen children, as her role in the tribe is to be one of multiple wives bearing as many children as possible.

    vacilandoelmundo:

    Wildlife and Warriors by David Lazar

    The Masai tribes people live in the wilderness of Kenya and still uphold most of their traditional values and customs. Traditionally, a Masai boy would only become a Masai warrior after he went out on his own and killed a lion, as a rite of passage.

    Masai men are first and foremost warriors. They protect their tribe, their cattle and their grazing lands. Masai society is strongly patriarchal in nature, with elder men, sometimes joined by retired elders, deciding the most important matters for each Masai group.

    In the Masai culture, it is traditional for women to have up to seventeen children, as her role in the tribe is to be one of multiple wives bearing as many children as possible. Now days the number has decreased somewhat down to six to eight children. Although giving birth to a girl is honoured due to the fact that girls can later be sold for marriage, the birth of a boy is in general a more happy event.

     

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