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Greetings,

You have chanced upon a semi-personal tumblog of a 3rd year Chemistry undergrad. Unfortunately, in the unlikely chance that you love chemistry as much as I do, you won't find very much of it here at all.

This is the drain where my imaginary free time is wasted. I repost things that are (according to me & in order of importance) :
1. Pretty
2. Interesting
3. Adorable.
You'll see
Excessive amounts of Lolita fashion (or such things/aesthetics related to it, mostly Mori Girl, then Dolly Kei & Otome Kei)
Some [yummy] food.
Equal amounts of adorable baby animals.
Abundant flowers & landscapes
A smattering of Scientific articles
A rare bit of macabre
And finally random Stuff to cohesively fill in the gaps. Like glue (or extracellular matrix, ha!).


This is all just an archive of pretty things I want to keep in a cohesive place without overloading my bookmarks/files.

Oh, and FYI nearly everything is on queue.
When the queue runs out, I have either died within a month ago, or went on a long internet-less vacation, the former being more likely.
rhamphotheca:

Ceasar’s Mushroom (Amanita caesarea)
… a highly regarded edible mushroom in the genus Amanita, native to southern Europe and North Africa. It has a distinctive orange cap, yellow gills and stem. Similar orange-capped species occur in North America and India. It was known to and valued by the Ancient Romans, who called it Boletus, a name now applied to a very different type of fungus.
This mushroom fruits in oak woodland, sometimes mixed with conifers, from early summer to mid autumn. It is found in North Africa and southern Europe, particularly in the hills of northern Italy. It is thought to have been introduced north of the Alps by the Roman armies as it is most frequently found along old Roman roads…
(read more: Wikipedia)          (photo: Yaqui)
  1. rhamphotheca:

    Ceasar’s Mushroom (Amanita caesarea)

    … a highly regarded edible mushroom in the genus Amanita, native to southern Europe and North Africa. It has a distinctive orange cap, yellow gills and stem. Similar orange-capped species occur in North America and India. It was known to and valued by the Ancient Romans, who called it Boletus, a name now applied to a very different type of fungus.

    This mushroom fruits in oak woodland, sometimes mixed with conifers, from early summer to mid autumn. It is found in North Africa and southern Europe, particularly in the hills of northern Italy. It is thought to have been introduced north of the Alps by the Roman armies as it is most frequently found along old Roman roads…

    (read more: Wikipedia)          (photo: Yaqui)

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