TILT YOUR SCREEN BACK AND CRY.
Blessings to the Elementary fandom we are no longer a pre fandom, run free precious loves
Sometimes I just miss Stargate and McKay… Today’s one of those moments.
So here’s a gif of the best geek on TV.
More gifs of my favorite geek!
The month of August brings us not one, but two full moons. The first will kick off the month on Wednesday (Aug.1), and will be followed by a second on Aug. 31.
Some almanacs and calendars assert that when two full moons occur within a calendar month, the second full moon is called a “blue moon.”
The full moon that night will likely look no different than any other full moon. But the moon can change color in certain conditions.
After forest fires or volcanic eruptions, the moon can appear to take on a bluish or even lavender hue. Soot and ash particles, deposited high in the Earth’s atmosphere, can sometimes make the moon appear bluish. Smoke from widespread forest fire activity in western Canada created a blue moon across eastern North America in late September 1950. In the aftermath of the massive eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in June 1991 there were reports of blue moons (and even blue suns) worldwide.
Hello, pretty bird. I wish you lived near me. Via fairy-wren:
leucistic common raven
(photos by ralph hocken)
Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies.