Blissed as a newt

Happy images: all are meant to be delightful. Some may appear to be rude (or nude), but all are meant to be pleasing.
Apologies if they aren't.

The Moody Blues, “I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock and Roll Band)" - clownprinceo-crime:

And if you want the wind of change to blow about you
And you’re the only other person to know, don’t tell me

I’m just a singer in a rock and roll band.

— 3 hours ago with 9 notes
#The Moody Blues  #Moody Blues  #music  #English  #English musician  #1970s  #I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock and Roll Band)  #I’m Just A Singer In A Rock and Roll Band  #I’m Just A Singer  #Seventh Sojourn 
Kenwood House - Jack Hudson

“Here’s my poster created for TFL’s ‘Without Leaving London’ campaign which went live at the beginning of this week. I wanted the poster to be able to sustain the classic travel poster aesthetic whilst also feeling contemporary, the bright selective colour palette helped me to achieve this (I hope)"  (jack-hudson:)

Kenwood House - Jack Hudson

Here’s my poster created for TFL’s ‘Without Leaving London’ campaign which went live at the beginning of this week. I wanted the poster to be able to sustain the classic travel poster aesthetic whilst also feeling contemporary, the bright selective colour palette helped me to achieve this (I hope)"  (jack-hudson:)

— 3 hours ago with 65 notes
#art  #Kenwood House  #Hampstead Heath  #London  #England  #artist  #Jack Hudson  #English artist  #advertising  #poster  #London Transport  #Transport for London 

Bonzo Dog Band, “The Intro and The Outro” -  thebonzos

seltzerlizard"A spectacular lineup, featuring the usual suspects (Vivian Stanshall, Legs Larry Smith, Neil Innes, Rodney Slater, Vernon Dudley Bohay-Nowell, Roger Ruskin Spear and Sam Spoons), but also: John Wayne on xylophone, Adolf Hitler on vibes, Princess Anne on sousaphone, Liberace on clarinet, Eric Clapton on ukulele, sessions gorilla on vox humana, Peter Scott on duck call, Count Basie Orchestra on triangle, Quasimodo on bells, Braniac on banjo, and Val Doonican as himself”

— 7 hours ago with 8 notes
#Bonzo Dog Band  #music  #comedy  #The Bonzo Dog Band  #The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band  #Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band  #English  #1960s  #English musician  #Neil Innes  #Vivian Stanshall  #The Intro and The Outro  #Gorilla 

The Doors, “Love Her Madly" (hippiesongs:)

So sing a lonely song
Of a deep blue dream
Seven horses seem
To be on the mark

— 1 day ago with 22 notes
#The Doors  #Doors  #Love Her Madly  #music  #American musician  #American 

Olivia Wilde breastfeeds son Otis, in Glamour September issue.

zubat: “Olivia Wilde, who gave birth to baby Otis in April, was photographed wearing dresses from Lanvin, Prada and Louis Vuitton while breastfeeding her son in the shoot for magazine.
Ok but I love this.

Well done Olivia

(Source: zubat)

— 1 day ago with 7479 notes
#Olivia Wilde  #American actress  #actress  #American 
Carbon Eaters on the Black Sea

This brilliant cyan pattern scattered across the surface of the Black Sea is a bloom of microscopic phytoplankton. The multitude of single-celled algae in this image are most likely coccolithophores, one of Earth’s champions of carbon pumping. Coccolithophores constantly remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and slowly send it down to the seafloor, an action that helps to stabilize the Earth’s climate.
This image of this swirling blue bloom was captured on July 15, 2012, by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite. Note that the image is rotated so that north is to the right. Ocean scientist Norman Kuring of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center suggested the bloom was likely Emiliania huxleyi, though it is impossible to know the species for sure without direct sampling of the water.   (crookedindifference:)

Carbon Eaters on the Black Sea

This brilliant cyan pattern scattered across the surface of the Black Sea is a bloom of microscopic phytoplankton. The multitude of single-celled algae in this image are most likely coccolithophores, one of Earth’s champions of carbon pumping. Coccolithophores constantly remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and slowly send it down to the seafloor, an action that helps to stabilize the Earth’s climate.

This image of this swirling blue bloom was captured on July 15, 2012, by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite. Note that the image is rotated so that north is to the right. Ocean scientist Norman Kuring of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center suggested the bloom was likely Emiliania huxleyi, though it is impossible to know the species for sure without direct sampling of the water.   (crookedindifference:)

(via proofmathisbeautiful)

— 2 days ago with 349 notes
#space  #NASA  #Turkey  #Black Sea  #Goddard Space Flight Center  #Russia  #Crimea  #Ukraine  #Mediterranean  #science  #biology