Basalt Columns of the Isle of Staffa, Scotland. The ‘Staffa Group’ is the name given to the series of olivine tholeiite basalts found in the vicinity of Mull which erupted 55–58 million years ago.The lava contracted towards each of a series of equally spaced centres as it cooled and solidified into prismatic columns, a process known as columnar jointing. The columns typically have three to eight sides, six being most common. The columns are also divided horizontally by cross joints. Via FB


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listen to the whole thing with headphones on and you’ll be 200% more relaxed than you were before


Cows smelling flowers

Anna Sui Spring 2003 / Tom Ford Fall 2014

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Aerial View of Aogashima Volcano

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book 3 rewrite


Mako: I bet they’re under Lake Laogai
Bolin: ….
Bolin: Mako I love you but literally what the fuck are you talking about. You have literally never left republic city. What even is lake laogai. Do you even know what a lake is



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