bibliolectors:

We began reading: Chapter 1 / Empezamos la lectura: capítulo 1 (ilustración de Gustav Dejert)


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We began reading: Chapter 1 / Empezamos la lectura: capítulo 1 (ilustración de Gustav Dejert)

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I love her

I love her

bastardfromabasket:

Francis Underwood at the 2013 Emmys.

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Can I have? Yes.

Can I have? Yes.

zimmyzim:

I think my snapchat is hilarious.

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simonsaquascapeblog:

Favourites: The Spawning Pool by Vincenz

Very cool tank with beautiful emersed corner. Just perfect for the office, right? More info and pictures here.

soundwrecker:

Check out my awesome living room tropical terrarium! I built it myself and bought windows from Home Depot. It was very inexpensive and has lights and a humidifier on timers.
Edit: yes, there is a fan for circulating air. Plant matter is half carbon, which oddly comes from air in the form of CO2. They take the C and return the O2. Plants FTW.
Edit: Yes, the windows slide up like the house windows that they are. I pull them up, put in a prop stick and then I do Maintenance while standing inside. Not bad other than forest floor feet on the way out. :/

soundwrecker:

Check out my awesome living room tropical terrarium! I built it myself and bought windows from Home Depot. It was very inexpensive and has lights and a humidifier on timers.

Edit: yes, there is a fan for circulating air. Plant matter is half carbon, which oddly comes from air in the form of CO2. They take the C and return the O2. Plants FTW.

Edit: Yes, the windows slide up like the house windows that they are. I pull them up, put in a prop stick and then I do Maintenance while standing inside. Not bad other than forest floor feet on the way out. :/

wallacegardens:

The “Island Vessel Vivarium” is a terrarium inside an aquarium. Designed by artist Alberto J. Almarza, show-cased at the Geek Arts / Green Innovators Festival in April 2010. Glass blower: Pittsburgh Glass Center.

"As a passionate nature lover, there is nothing more gratifying than observing this active and thriving little ecosystem as if seen through a magnifying glass." ~Almarza

Living ingredients include moss, violets, a spider, and a centipede for the terrarium, and for the aquarium: Java moss, banana plant, barnacles, ghost shrimp, and zebra danios.