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takitakos:

Drink&Draw 15/04 and 16/04. Fungus.

Started this one on our usual tuesday Drink&Draw, and finished it on an improvised one with my pals, as a goodbye for the spring break. I put some colors on to try a few things.

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alabuio:

kathrynalexandre0406:

iraffiruse:

Nintendo Oui

I have been waiting for this for 84 years

It is…how you say a…metaphor

alabuio:

kathrynalexandre0406:

iraffiruse:

Nintendo Oui

I have been waiting for this for 84 years

It is…how you say a…metaphor

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newshadeofblack:

There once was a man from Nantucket who kept his spleen in a bucket. #wip #mixedmedia #painting #artistsontumblr #artistsoninstagram

newshadeofblack:

There once was a man from Nantucket who kept his spleen in a bucket. #wip #mixedmedia #painting #artistsontumblr #artistsoninstagram

— 2 days ago with 12 notes

im alive but only ironically

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earthstory:

The EU created 23.4% of its electricity from renewable energy sources in 2012, with a total electrical output estimated at 763.5 TW. This represents an important increase from 2011, when these energy sources brought “only” 20.4 % of total electricity.
Austria and Sweden pave the way in what is possible for renewable energy with 68.3 and 67.1 % of their total electricity coming from renewables in 2012, respectively. The remaining 25 EU countries are following suit. Nine countries generated 20-50% of their electricity through renewables, including: Latvia (43.4%), Denmark (41.7%), Portugal (35.6%), Finland (32.5%), Spain (31.7%), Slovenia (29.5%), Italy (26.6%), Romania (25.2%) and Germany (24%).
In terms of the chosen technology, the statistics, taken from Euro Observer, have shown that hydropower represents 43.9 % of the total renewable energy produced in 2012. Wind follows with 26.6%, biomass (19.5%), and solar energy (9.2%). Geothermal and ocean energies make up the remaining 0.8 %. The renewable energy industry in the EU has employed more than 1.22 million people in 2012.
These figures show that the EU 27 are well on their way to achieving the 2020 goal of “20 % of renewable energy in the total energy consumption.”
We wish them luck.
-Jean
Source: http://www.energies-renouvelables.org/observ-er/stat_baro/barobilan/barobilan13-gb.pdf

earthstory:

The EU created 23.4% of its electricity from renewable energy sources in 2012, with a total electrical output estimated at 763.5 TW. This represents an important increase from 2011, when these energy sources brought “only” 20.4 % of total electricity.

Austria and Sweden pave the way in what is possible for renewable energy with 68.3 and 67.1 % of their total electricity coming from renewables in 2012, respectively. The remaining 25 EU countries are following suit. Nine countries generated 20-50% of their electricity through renewables, including: Latvia (43.4%), Denmark (41.7%), Portugal (35.6%), Finland (32.5%), Spain (31.7%), Slovenia (29.5%), Italy (26.6%), Romania (25.2%) and Germany (24%).

In terms of the chosen technology, the statistics, taken from Euro Observer, have shown that hydropower represents 43.9 % of the total renewable energy produced in 2012. Wind follows with 26.6%, biomass (19.5%), and solar energy (9.2%). Geothermal and ocean energies make up the remaining 0.8 %. The renewable energy industry in the EU has employed more than 1.22 million people in 2012.

These figures show that the EU 27 are well on their way to achieving the 2020 goal of “20 % of renewable energy in the total energy consumption.”

We wish them luck.

-Jean

Source: http://www.energies-renouvelables.org/observ-er/stat_baro/barobilan/barobilan13-gb.pdf

— 4 days ago with 76 notes

shiroyanagi:

whoufflesoufflegirl:

the-treble:

willowpedia:

crazymolerat36:

ewitsmichelle:

not just followers, everyone.

same

I’m here if any of you need to talk<3

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The best part is, this post actually does something, it offers support, unlike one of those useless “reblog if you care” posts.

Yooo my country’s not in this list so here’s the suicide hotline for Indonesia: (+62)21-500454

Reblog this around!

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art-and-sterf:

Ripped straight from the Lord of the Rings Extended Edition box set for Fellowship c:

— 6 days ago with 191 notes

turecepcja:

aerial photography by Kacper Kowalski

Kacper Kowalski was born in 1977. With a degree in architecture, he focuses on aerial photography.

Both a pilot and a photographer, he has unique control over each shot. As a result he captures previously unseen natural environments and ordinarily inaccessible cityscapes. In this way unreal, almost graphic pictures come into being. They show patterns, symmetries and asymmetries created by humans and the nature.

For his images he’s received numerous awards and honourable mentions, including the World Press Photo award, Nikon 75th Anniversary Award, Grand Press Photo, National Geographic, Pilsner Urquell International Photography Award (IPA), Sony World Photography Award, Picture of the Year International (POYi) Leica Oskar Barnack Award. 

He lives and works in Gdynia/Poland.

— 6 days ago with 243 notes