Remember how these images of anti-gay discrimination got people upset because they “stole” other people’s oppressed histories to make a point?
I’m bringing these back not to oppress anyone, but because this is literally what it could look like in Kansas soon.
People will legally be able to do things like this. If this does not scare you, I don’t know what will.
Images of California taken on January 18th, 2013, and January 18th, 2014, by NASA’s Terra satellite. California is experiencing a record drought, possibly the driest year on record. Snowpack is 10-30% of normal and vegetation cover is greatly reduced. Water shortages are expected to have a severe effect on agriculture and the environment, prompting a state of emergency.
Page 52 of the 2012 Music and Activism Handbook put out by the organization Air Traffic Control, which provides strategy and support to cultural leaders so they can play an effective and vital role in the promotion of social justice.
Ugh! I wish you guys were Donna!
Whether you come back by page, or by the big screen. Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home.
Luke, I am your father.
No, I am your father.
Rabbit Shaming [x]
For my gf.
my latest piece + a detail of the face and hair.
Sodalite is a rich royal blue mineral widely enjoyed as an ornamental gemstone. Although massive sodalite samples are opaque, crystals are usually transparent to translucent. Euhedral, transparent crystals are found in northern Namibia and in the lavas of Vesuvius, Italy.
Explanation: Eerie pillars of light ring the edges of this snowy little planet. Of course the little planet is planet Earth, shown in a nadir-to-zenith, around-the-horizon, little planet projection.
The spherical panoramic image mosaic maps a view from Siilinjärvi in eastern Finland. Flat ice crystals, like those more often found in high, thin clouds, are gently fluttering in very cold air near the surface. Pillars of light appear as the crystals’ briefly horizontal facets reflect upward directed light from ground sources downward, toward the observer. In fact, the fluttering crystals produce an effect analogous to shimmering columns of moonlight or sunlight reflected by surface waves across water.