Does [Jon] get a phone call or a text message after [winning an Emmy for Outstanding Variety Series]?
#can we just talk about these two for a moment #the cameo bit of jon on the colbert report was great #but this moment behind the desk was so beautiful and genuine #it was the best character break ever #as much as i love it when they can’t keep a straight face during bits #this was 10000x better #jon’s congratulations buddy was practically sotto voce #it wasn’t said for the mics or the cameras or the audience #it was jon the person speaking to stephen his friend #and with such love and affection #just look at his hand at the back of stephen’s head #and the joy on stephen’s face #this is philia at its purest #my friend and my brother #yes #brb i’m going to sob some more
ALL OF THAT!!!!!!
Animals you never knew existed!
1) Maned Wolf
2) Pink Fairy Armadillo
3) Patagonian Mara
4) Raccoon Dog
5) Sunda Colugo
6) Irrawaddy Dolphin
SUNDA COLUGO WHAT A CUTIE
A flower for you, my lady.
Sloths are what happens when coconuts come alive
That…that is the best descriptions of sloths ever.
they’re like kittens watching a butterfly
oh flying leaf u so fascinating
I love how dean looks so confused and cas looks very interested and benny looks very concerned for that little leaf
Cats Using Computers
Snow leopards and their giant nommable tails
Mommy teaching babby easier water drinking way because drinking water is hard experience u get it in your nose. Jesus how she puts her paw on his head in the second one. Such concern and love.
Kai Fagerström | The House in the Woods
More amazing photos can be found here!
Finnish photographer Kai Fagerström presents unique photo series, where he captures wild animals making themselves comfortable in abandoned houses in the woods of Finland. Titled The House in the Woods, the photo series is set in cottages near Kai’s summer house, which were abandoned by their tenants after the owner of the place died in a fire. Award-winning photographer noticed how the place was slowly being reclaimed by the nature, and what started as a few snapshots, ended up being a book, published in Finnish, German, and English.
“Deserted buildings are so full of contradictions,” says Kai. “I am fascinated by the way nature reclaims spaces that were, essentially, only ever on loan to humans.” Kai usually works with a clear image of what he wants to achieve in his head, although it make take some time for all elements to fall into place. The photographer has enough patience, however: “This is fine with me,” he says. “The journey is more important than the destination.“