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Autumn is one of the best times for #AthensOhio.

The Ridges : Athens, OH

First print from the dark room!



Zarathustra the cat with his life size portrait by Claude Monet.

Claude Meownet

I hate you

(via amazingandrea)


"You’ve seen Pizza Knievel take Mondays to task. Now, he’s setting his sights on something…out of this world.

That’s right, our cheesy, crusted and fearless daredevil is about to jump not just Earth, but the entire solar system. It’s about time someone finally put the rest of the smug-ass galaxy in its place.”

Created for Robot Butt's Pizza Week I

August 2014

Pizza and space! 

(via bywayofnashville)


Women of National Geographic

Jane Goodall - studied chimpanzees and has created community-centered conservation programs that not only protect chimpanzees of Gombe National Park in Tanzania, but also take into account the needs of the people crucial to their protection

Hayat Sindi - created low-tech diagnostic tools to aid in the improvement of healthcare in the world’s poorest communities, has a Cambridge University Ph.D. in biotechnology

Kakenya Ntaiya - teacher building the first school for girls in her rural Kenyan village, refuses to accept Maasai woman’s traditionally subservient role, hopes that expanding education and leadership opportunities for girls will also improve life for the entire village

Nalini Nadkarni - uses mountain climbing gear to climb into the rainforest canopies of Costa Rica and researches the threats of global warming

Sarah McNair-Landry - youngest person to ski to the South Pole, sledged to the North Pole, and crossed ~1,400 miles of the Greenland ice cap to draw attention to the dangers of global warming

Dian Fossey - studied endangered gorillas in the Virunga Volcanoes of Rwanda, her devotion to their care and protection cost her her life and she was probably murdered by poachers who she fought relentlessly.

I hope that one day I can be added to this list of incredible and inspiring women.

Photographs by Hugo Van Lawick, Kris Krug, Philip Scott Andrews, Michael and Patricia Fogden, John Stetson, Robert I. M. Campbell

(via women-in-science)