lohrien:

Paper art by Maude White

awwww-cute:

I reached my hand out with the intention of petting her, and what I got was the most adorable handshake I’ve ever received

awwww-cute:

I reached my hand out with the intention of petting her, and what I got was the most adorable handshake I’ve ever received

doublewowee:

does anybody else legitimately worry about how they’re going to share a bed with their partner when they’re older? like buddy i need all the blankets to make a burrito and then i need to throw them off of me dramatically in the middle of the night and lie spread-eagled across the entire bed how is this going to work

I often like to have the whole blanket tucked around me (is this is what is meant by “burrito?”) so I’m not good at sharing beds.

libutron:

Green Throated Mango - Anthracothorax viridigula 

Anthracothorax viridigula (Trochilidae) is a high-flying hummer with an amazing plumage coloration. Both females (top photo) and males (bottom photo) have a black central line on the breast and belly.

The male has an entirely green throat, and glossy green upperparts with a copper tinge. The males’s tail has dark central feathers, the outer tail being wine-red tipped with black.

The female has white underparts and more bronze on the upperparts and flanks; the females tail has also dark central feathers, but the outer tail being wine-red tipped with white. 

The Green-throated Mango prefers coastal areas including mangroves, swamp forests, and semi-wooded zones. This species breeds from northeastern Venezuela, Trinidad and the Guianas south to northeasterm Brazil.

References: [1] - [2] - [3]

Photo credit: ©David Hemmings | Locality: unknown (2010) | [Top] - [Bottom]

My orchestration teacher always warned me about including saxophone parts. You never know where they were last night
Bramwell Tovey (at the Hollywood bowl)
catsthatlooklikecomposers:

Stravinsky