Gymnosomata, commonly known as Sea Angels. An apt name- the sea angels are the ethereal, translucent, fluttering angels of the sea.
In hard scientific terms, they’re small swimming sea slugs, but we’ll pass over that for now and just admire how delicately beautiful these wonderful creatures are.
This is just too good.
Vintage aquariums planted with carnivorous plants - now available
I NEED THIS
I want to do this.
This scene was fucking powerful
so i went to my rink tonight to try on skates because they’re having a sale this month where you get ten free passes with any skate purchase
pretty much decided on the rock gt50’s because they have them for $99 and they’re pretty comfy and good for beginners (giving up on the whole aluminum-plate…
Depends. I started on Reidell R3s and the wheels on those aren’t good for anything so I immediately got different wheels.
I would say, try them out on the surface you’ll be skating/practicing on and see how they feel. If they slide all over the place, you don’t have enough grip, or they are too grippy, etc, ask the vets what they would recommend and go from there.
If you can try out some different wheels before you buy some, that would be awesome and will let you get a better idea of what’s out there, what works for you.
Simply known as the “Blue Pond,” the beautiful body of water in the town of Biei in Hokkaido, Japan seems to change colors right before visitors’ eyes. Depending on how the light falls, or in Japanese photographer Kent Shiraishi’s opinion, “because of the weather,” the picturesque pond can be a breathtaking turquoise blue color or a stunning emerald green.
In the months of October and November this year, Shiraishi captured these shots of the green pond with snow covered trees rising out of it. The artificial pond was created as part of an erosion control system that was built to prevent damage to Biei in case of an eruption by nearby Mount Tokachidake. The blue color of the pond, for which it is known, has not been fully explained but is attributed to the presence of aluminum hydroxide in the water that reflects the shorter wavelength blue light the same way the earth’s atmosphere does. What a dreamy spot for photographers.