Ask   Hey, I'm Brandon. I'm currently studying Geology and Economics at WWU.

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sexualdesigns:

I’ve always marvelled at the smooth transitions of colour. It’s like someone stroking your eyeballs with silk.

(via whiskey-smiles)

— 9 months ago with 249258 notes
mineralia:

sun-hawk submitted: Amazing Rare Opalized Wood Boulder Opal with Bright Emerald Green and Blue Growth Rings.

mineralia:

sun-hawk submitted: Amazing Rare Opalized Wood Boulder Opal with Bright Emerald Green and Blue Growth Rings.

— 10 months ago with 3052 notes
#OMG  #WANT  #Opal  #petrifiedwood 
hometown-unicorn:

My eye caught a dark form lying on the river bottom. It took me a few moments to comprehend what I had stumbled upon. Lying peacefully in the shallow waters of the river, only a few meters from shore, was a full-grown cougar. The contrast between the serenity of the scene I was witnessing and what must have played out here in the cougar’s final moments made me shiver. It was the first shiver of many, as I stripped down and waded out into the icy water to get this shot. x

hometown-unicorn:

My eye caught a dark form lying on the river bottom. It took me a few moments to comprehend what I had stumbled upon. Lying peacefully in the shallow waters of the river, only a few meters from shore, was a full-grown cougar. The contrast between the serenity of the scene I was witnessing and what must have played out here in the cougar’s final moments made me shiver. It was the first shiver of many, as I stripped down and waded out into the icy water to get this shot. x

(via furiesandshadows)

— 11 months ago with 164672 notes

fuckyeahcrystals:

scienceyeah:

tordles:

odditiesoflife:

The Fukang Meteorite

Back in the year 2000, an incredible meteorite weighing 2,211 pounds was discovered near Fukang, a city located in the northwestern region of Xinjiang, China. Named the Funkang meteorite, it was identified as a pallasite, a type of stony–iron meteorite. With 4.5 billion years in the making, its golden olivine mixed with silvery nickel-iron to create a stunningly beautiful mosaic effect.

Pallasites are extremely rare even among meteorites (only about 1% of all meteorites are this type) and Fukang has been hailed as one of the greatest meteorite discoveries of the 21st century.

It has since been divided into slices which give the effect of stained glass when the sun shines through them. It is so valuable that even tiny chunks sell in the region for $40 to $60 a gram. An anonymous collector holds the largest portion, which weighs 925 pounds.

WHO ELSE MISREAD THIS AS “THE FUCKING METEORITE”

fukang beautiful

God fukang dammit

(via mineralia)

— 11 months ago with 43118 notes

sur-demon:

ohmelissaoh:

dead. literally, dead.

ahahahahaaha

(Source: 42g33ks, via whiskey-smiles)

— 1 year ago with 149722 notes