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July 17, 2014 - Jack McBrayer at the Second City All Star Comedy Benefit (x)

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July 17, 2014 - Jack McBrayer at the Second City All Star Comedy Benefit (x)

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Mixed Media Photography by Aliza Razell

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'Dive into the Lagoon Nebula' 20 x 24in oil painting via pauljuno

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'Dive into the Lagoon Nebula' 20 x 24in oil painting via pauljuno

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Caribbean Two-Spot Octopus (Octopus filosis)

At its normal color, the O. filosis greatly resembles the common octopus.  The main difference is the ocellus, or false eye marking under the eyes.  When the octopus changes color, a normally pale ring flashes a vivid blue.  It can also change color to a beautiful array of vivid patterns and hues, as well as change is size and texture of skin. 

These little guys prefer the tropical waters of Haiti, Caribbean, Bahamas and Florida.  They are quite common and harmless.  Locally they are known for being quite friendly, and are relatively unafraid of human contact.  (This does not mean that you should bother them!!) 

Plus cute af. 

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Fashion Illustrations by Sophie Leblanc

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Abstract Paintings by Georgina Vinsun

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Women’s opportunities in town an country were rather limited at the fin de siecle. No fancy gyms, one had to use bowling pins in calisthenics routines. 
You’ve come a long way, baby. 
From volume 2 of The woman’s book, dealing practically with the modern conditions of home-life, self-support, education, opportunities, and every-day problems (1894),

smithsonianlibraries:

Women’s opportunities in town an country were rather limited at the fin de siecle. No fancy gyms, one had to use bowling pins in calisthenics routines. 

You’ve come a long way, baby. 

From volume 2 of The woman’s book, dealing practically with the modern conditions of home-life, self-support, education, opportunities, and every-day problems (1894),

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