My Upstairs Mixup

I once looked at a hedge

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mamazoom:

heartrachel:

mamazoom:

heartrachel:

heartrachel:

OMFG HE RETWEETED MY TWEET WITH THE LINK TO THE ORIGINAL.

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Eeeep!

 deserves ALL the credit. She’s amazing, Noel said so. 

Reblogging edit: A collective EEEP! for Ooohyeahthatpleasesme for doing the actual art, ramslegs for raising the red flag, and Rachel for tweeting the correction to Noel.

Good work, team!

Wot Noel said… and what Rachel and Mama said too. Credit where credit is due. And it most certainly is!

Filed under veronika is a monkey genius noel fielding fanart

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rhamphotheca:

ABC Bird of the Week:  Green-headed Tanager
Like most tanagers, including Western Tanager, our Bird of the Week is an animated work of art. Featuring swaths of turquoise, yellow-orange, lime green, violet, and black, the male Green-headed Tanager brightens forests as well as orchards and parks.
Although this tanager is widely distributed within its Atlantic Forest range, this habitat is threatened by deforestation, and only about eight percent of the original habitat remains. Green-headed Tanagers share the Atlantic Forest with the critically endangered Stresemann’s Bristlefront, threatened Banded Cotinga, and more common Brazilian Tanager.
While some tanagers are skilled vocalists, the Green-headed Tanager simply chirps (as this recording of two birds on a bird feeder in Brazil suggests)…
(read more: American Bird Conservancy)
photograph by Dario Sanches

rhamphotheca:

ABC Bird of the Week:  Green-headed Tanager

Like most tanagers, including Western Tanager, our Bird of the Week is an animated work of art. Featuring swaths of turquoise, yellow-orange, lime green, violet, and black, the male Green-headed Tanager brightens forests as well as orchards and parks.

Although this tanager is widely distributed within its Atlantic Forest range, this habitat is threatened by deforestation, and only about eight percent of the original habitat remains. Green-headed Tanagers share the Atlantic Forest with the critically endangered Stresemann’s Bristlefront, threatened Banded Cotinga, and more common Brazilian Tanager.

While some tanagers are skilled vocalists, the Green-headed Tanager simply chirps (as this recording of two birds on a bird feeder in Brazil suggests)…

(read more: American Bird Conservancy)

photograph by Dario Sanches

Filed under bird tanager pretty

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littleredchucks:

baebly:

I’m just like, not impressed with teenage boys.

I wasn’t even impressed with teenage boys when I was one.

I’m the parent of one and I’m constantly being impressed by him. Albeit probably not in the same sense as you mean. But don’t write off all teenage boys, remember they mature slower and later than girls do and it’s not their fault if they’re clumsy, spotty, immature, loud, thoughtless, irritating, reckless or some combination of the above!