July 25, 2014   4,279 notes

bandersnatchmycummerbund:

wow I thought I was looking at an AU gifset of them sneaking off (badly) to have illicit sex, but this is really from the show isn’t it? good lord

Ahaha, oh WOW I am definitely looking forward to this episode just for this scene alone It’s got Gatiss written all over it

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July 25, 2014   82 notes
rhamphotheca:

Planetary Nebulas - Fast Winds From Dying Stars
This panel of composite images shows part of the unfolding drama of the last stages of the evolution of sun-like stars.
Dynamic elongated clouds envelop bubbles of multimillion degree gas produced by high-velocity winds from dying stars. In these images, Chandra’s X-ray data are shown in blue, while green and red are optical and infrared data from Hubble.
Planetary nebulas - so called because some of them resemble a planet when viewed through a small telescope - are produced in the late stages of a sun-like star’s life. After several billion years of stable existence (the sun is 4.5 billion years old and will not enter this phase for about 5 billion more years) a normal star will expand enormously to become a bloated red giant. Over a period of a few hundred thousand years, much of the star’s mass is expelled at a relatively slow speed of about 50,000 miles per hour…
(read more: Chandra X-Ray Observatory)



…

Whoa.

rhamphotheca:

Planetary Nebulas - Fast Winds From Dying Stars

This panel of composite images shows part of the unfolding drama of the last stages of the evolution of sun-like stars.

Dynamic elongated clouds envelop bubbles of multimillion degree gas produced by high-velocity winds from dying stars. In these images, Chandra’s X-ray data are shown in blue, while green and red are optical and infrared data from Hubble.

Planetary nebulas - so called because some of them resemble a planet when viewed through a small telescope - are produced in the late stages of a sun-like star’s life. After several billion years of stable existence (the sun is 4.5 billion years old and will not enter this phase for about 5 billion more years) a normal star will expand enormously to become a bloated red giant. Over a period of a few hundred thousand years, much of the star’s mass is expelled at a relatively slow speed of about 50,000 miles per hour…

(read more: Chandra X-Ray Observatory)

… Whoa.

July 17, 2014
Modest Mouse Missoula - Missoula, MT   07/16/14

Modest Mouse Missoula - Missoula, MT 07/16/14

July 13, 2014   3 notes
Scopophobia - Two Medicine, Glacier National Park, MT   07/13/14

Scopophobia - Two Medicine, Glacier National Park, MT 07/13/14

July 5, 2014   1 note
Fourth of July - Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park   07/04/14 — Happy 238th birthday, America!

Fourth of July - Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park 07/04/14 — Happy 238th birthday, America!

July 2, 2014
Wildflowers 06 - Macoun’s Buttercup   West Glacier Park, MT  07/01/14

Wildflowers 06 - Macoun’s Buttercup West Glacier Park, MT 07/01/14

June 27, 2014   26,881 notes

andwooscott: Fun fact: during one take the disco lighting came on too soon whilst John and Mary were still meant to be waltzing, so Benedict started head banging and pretending to play the violin like an electric guitar, and Amanda and Martin stopped waltzing and started dancing like robots instead. 

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June 15, 2014   238 notes
bbcsherlockheadcanon:

Submission by cerauno



OH MY GOD, one of my crazy headcanons got published!
I can now die happily.

bbcsherlockheadcanon:

Submission by cerauno

OH MY GOD, one of my crazy headcanons got published! I can now die happily.

June 15, 2014   413 notes
bbcsherlockheadcanon:

Submission by Anonymous



I’m not a Sherlock/Molly fan by any means, but I’ve always liked Molly’s inexplicable fascination with Sherlock. Mainly because they both understand and are drawn towards the deaths of other people, but for very different reasons.

In my mind, it makes complete sense why Sherlock finds it strange and, to some degree, terrifying that a “normal” person like Molly could see straight through him in regards to his morbid obsessions.

bbcsherlockheadcanon:

Submission by Anonymous

I’m not a Sherlock/Molly fan by any means, but I’ve always liked Molly’s inexplicable fascination with Sherlock. Mainly because they both understand and are drawn towards the deaths of other people, but for very different reasons.

In my mind, it makes complete sense why Sherlock finds it strange and, to some degree, terrifying that a “normal” person like Molly could see straight through him in regards to his morbid obsessions.

June 12, 2014   1 note
Peak - West Glacier Park, MT   2014

Peak - West Glacier Park, MT 2014