The Eastern screech owl (Megascops asio), no bigger than a pint glass whose spooky sounds can fill the night. They are common east of the Rockies, found wherever trees are, and love to hide in nooks and tree crannies.
This one was photographed by George McGeorge at Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, on the Georgia/Florida border.
Gallery of Gorgeous Marine Plankton
The collection of images and videos was originally developed as an outreach effort of a multi-partner research project called Aquaparadox (from Hutchinson’s ‘Paradox of the Plankton”). In the project we examined morphological, genetic and physiological diversity in common coastal protist morpho-species, that is morphologically-defined species…
(check it all out here: Encyclopedia of Life)
Okay no. Fucking no. You think your sandwich is cute with peanut butter and jelly hearts, fucker? Well you’ll change your mind once you put it together and try to eat it. First you’ll get a mouthful of just bread and disappointment, then when you take another bite your mouth will be assaulted by copious the amounts of sticky peanut butter and sugary jelly and there won’t be enough bread to save you from it. A sandwich like that is what failure tastes like. The pb and j may be shaped like hearts but there’s no love in that sandwich. It’s about balance. Life needs balance, and so does your fucking sandwich. You disgust me. Don’t talk to me until you know how to make a proper sandwich.