team-lads-in-the-tardis:

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team-lads-in-the-tardis:

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photojojo:

The Badlands of the American West are typically a harsh, dry place with little to no vegetation. But when any amount of water finally arrives, the landscape changes remarkably. 
In his latest book, More Than a Rock, photographer Guy Tal captures the rare blooms of wildflowers that arrive after a rare storm.
Photographer Captures Wildflowers in the Harsh, American Badlands
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The Badlands of the American West are typically a harsh, dry place with little to no vegetation. But when any amount of water finally arrives, the landscape changes remarkably. 
In his latest book, More Than a Rock, photographer Guy Tal captures the rare blooms of wildflowers that arrive after a rare storm.
Photographer Captures Wildflowers in the Harsh, American Badlands
via Colossal

photojojo:

The Badlands of the American West are typically a harsh, dry place with little to no vegetation. But when any amount of water finally arrives, the landscape changes remarkably. 

In his latest book, More Than a Rock, photographer Guy Tal captures the rare blooms of wildflowers that arrive after a rare storm.

Photographer Captures Wildflowers in the Harsh, American Badlands

via Colossal

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inconsistentblogger:

I want to get people into Welcome to Night Vale, but it’s so hard to sell like “hey if you like gay radio show hosts and totalitarian goverents and clouds that drop dead animals on small desert towns then boy do I have a show for you”

papress:

In 1971, Marguerite Hart, the first children’s librarian at the Troy Public Library, contacted a number of public figures asking them to write about the importance of libraries and about their experiences of reading. This was author E. B. White’s response. 

More reflections on the significance of libraries can be found in The Public Library: A Photographic Essay by Robert Dawson.