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  2. 17 July 2014

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    workman:

coastgod:
Roy DeCarava, Mississippi freedom marcher, Washington, D.C. (1963) 

    workman:

    coastgod:

    Roy DeCarava, Mississippi freedom marcher, Washington, D.C. (1963) 

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  4. 17 July 2014

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    somme

    somme:

    Alvaro Siza, Leça Swimming Pool

  5. japanesemodel:

Rowena Xi Kang by Jamie Wdziekonski

    japanesemodel:

    Rowena Xi Kang by Jamie Wdziekonski

  6. pleoros:

    Martin Rietze - Sakurajima, 2013

  7. libutron:

Parrot Waxcap  (Parrot Toadstool)
Commonly referred to as the Parrot Waxcap, Hygrocybe psittacina (Hygrophoraceae) is distinctive by its cap, initially green with shades of yellow, orange or purple, often becoming more yellow, sometimes retaining an orange or purplish tinge as the green slime washes off.
Hygrocybe psittacina is an indicator of grassland quality, appearing on lawns only after many years of low-nutrient management.
This colorful mushroom can be found in Britain and Ireland, across much of mainland Europe, and in many parts of North America.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Steve Balcombe
Locality: Earl’s Hill Nature Reserve, Shropshire, West Midlands, England

    libutron:

    Parrot Waxcap  (Parrot Toadstool)

    Commonly referred to as the Parrot Waxcap, Hygrocybe psittacina (Hygrophoraceae) is distinctive by its cap, initially green with shades of yellow, orange or purple, often becoming more yellow, sometimes retaining an orange or purplish tinge as the green slime washes off.

    Hygrocybe psittacina is an indicator of grassland quality, appearing on lawns only after many years of low-nutrient management.

    This colorful mushroom can be found in Britain and Ireland, across much of mainland Europe, and in many parts of North America.

    Reference: [1]

    Photo credit: ©Steve Balcombe

    Locality: Earl’s Hill Nature Reserve, Shropshire, West Midlands, England

  8. oakapples:

The Beautiful Clavaria, Ramaria formosa.

    oakapples:

    The Beautiful Clavaria, Ramaria formosa.