1. leslieseuffert:

    Heinrick Oldhauser

    “Minnehaha Creek is a tributary of the Mississippi River located in Hennepin County, Minnesota that extends from Lake Minnetonka in the west and flows east for 22 miles through several suburbs west of Minneapolis and then through south Minneapolis. Including Lake Minnetonka, the watershed for the creek covers 181 square miles. The creek might have been unremarkable except for the 53 foot Minnehaha Falls located near the creek’s confluence with the Mississippi. The site is not far from Fort Snelling, one of the earliest white settlements in the region.

    While the name is often translated as “Laughing Water”, the correct Dakota language translation is “curling water” or “waterfall.”

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  3. mothernaturenetwork:

    Here’s one of our favorite photos of all time.

    A zookeeper dressed up in a giant panda suit carries panda cub Cao Gen at the Hetaoping Research and Conservation Center.

    Scientists wear the panda suits to limit human interaction with the endangered bears, which are being left to fend for themselves in the new habitat so they can learn crucial survival skills and live in the wild without assistance.

  8. xombiedirge:

    Papercut Calvin and Hobbes by John Rozum / Tumblr

    Part of the I Love You Man art show, opening Friday May 10th at the Bottleneck Gallery / Facebook.

    (via heyyydeelee)

  13. allthingseurope:

    Pistyll Rhaeadr, Wales 

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  15. cindyzhou:

    Rad Train Photo. Katie Neilson has style for days.

    (via thisislongboarding)