1. littleanimalgifs:

I think there’s something on my head…

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    I think there’s something on my head…

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  3. scotianostra:

Red Squirrel in The Purple Heather

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    Red Squirrel in The Purple Heather

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  5. newsweek:

A message in a bottle tossed in the sea in Germany 101 years ago and believed to be the world’s oldest has been presented to the sender’s granddaughter, a museum said on Monday.
A fisherman pulled the beer bottle with the scribbled message out of the Baltic off the northern city of Kiel last month, said Holger von Neuhoff of the International Maritime Museum in the northern port city of Hamburg. “This is certainly the first time such an old message in a bottle was found, particularly with the bottle intact,” he said.
Researchers then set to work identifying the author and managed to track down his 62-year-old granddaughter Angela Erdmann, who lives in Berlin. “It was almost unbelievable,” Erdmann told the German news agency DPA.
She was first able to hold the brown bottle last week at the Hamburg museum. Inside was a message on a postcard requesting the finder return it to the writer’s home address in Berlin.
"That was a pretty moving moment," Erdmann said. "Tears rolled down my cheeks."
Message in bottle arrives after 101 years

    newsweek:

    A message in a bottle tossed in the sea in Germany 101 years ago and believed to be the world’s oldest has been presented to the sender’s granddaughter, a museum said on Monday.

    A fisherman pulled the beer bottle with the scribbled message out of the Baltic off the northern city of Kiel last month, said Holger von Neuhoff of the International Maritime Museum in the northern port city of Hamburg. “This is certainly the first time such an old message in a bottle was found, particularly with the bottle intact,” he said.

    Researchers then set to work identifying the author and managed to track down his 62-year-old granddaughter Angela Erdmann, who lives in Berlin. “It was almost unbelievable,” Erdmann told the German news agency DPA.

    She was first able to hold the brown bottle last week at the Hamburg museum. Inside was a message on a postcard requesting the finder return it to the writer’s home address in Berlin.

    "That was a pretty moving moment," Erdmann said. "Tears rolled down my cheeks."

    Message in bottle arrives after 101 years

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    9 hours ago  /  221 notes  /  Source: theguardian.com

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  7. cabinporn:

A toue (shepherd’s shelter) in the Pyrénées.
Submitted by Catherine Cussy.

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    A toue (shepherd’s shelter) in the Pyrénées.

    Submitted by Catherine Cussy.

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  8. laboratoryequipment:

Research Yields Better, Greener Polyester from CorkOn the scale of earth-friendly materials, you’d be hard pressed to find two that are farther apart than polyester (not at all) and cork (very). In an unexpected twist, however, scientists are figuring out how to extract a natural, waterproof, antibacterial version of the former from the latter. Their new technique, which could have applications in medical devices, appears in the ACS journal Biomacromolecules.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/04/research-yields-better-greener-polyester-cork

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    Research Yields Better, Greener Polyester from Cork

    On the scale of earth-friendly materials, you’d be hard pressed to find two that are farther apart than polyester (not at all) and cork (very). In an unexpected twist, however, scientists are figuring out how to extract a natural, waterproof, antibacterial version of the former from the latter. Their new technique, which could have applications in medical devices, appears in the ACS journal Biomacromolecules.

    Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/04/research-yields-better-greener-polyester-cork

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  9. oldglasgow:

This photograph, taken c. 1977 shows the original subway station at St. Enoch with the modern entrance to the station being dug out from underneath. The tops of the escalators are (very approximately) where the beam is in the foreground.
During the modernisation of Glasgow’s subway system in the 70s, there were a number of alterations to stations and many were replaced with modern stations but the old St Enoch station survives today.
If you’re interested in finding out more about how the Subway has changed since it opened, there’s a wee post about its ‘ghost station’ which you can read right here.
I’m afraid I’ve had this photo kicking around so long that I’m not sure who originally took it. If you know, please drop me a message and I’ll add a credit.
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    oldglasgow:

    This photograph, taken c. 1977 shows the original subway station at St. Enoch with the modern entrance to the station being dug out from underneath. The tops of the escalators are (very approximately) where the beam is in the foreground.

    During the modernisation of Glasgow’s subway system in the 70s, there were a number of alterations to stations and many were replaced with modern stations but the old St Enoch station survives today.

    If you’re interested in finding out more about how the Subway has changed since it opened, there’s a wee post about its ‘ghost station’ which you can read right here.

    I’m afraid I’ve had this photo kicking around so long that I’m not sure who originally took it. If you know, please drop me a message and I’ll add a credit.

    Old Glasgow elsewhere: Facebook | Twitter | Interactive Map

    19 hours ago  /  44 notes  /  Source: oldglasgow

  10. paganroots:

Oh Deer by Loco-Motives

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    Oh Deer by Loco-Motives

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