Hooray for flower power.
Get nailed this V-Day. (Sorry.)
Spruce up the Church newsletter with these.
Prepare to awwwww.
Guaranteed to make you pretty-squeal.
In 1991, a 15-year-old Milla proved that she was prettier and cooler than I could ever hope to be.
She can do no wrong.
So, is she?
From reporting on campaign finance to doing biology, women in a variety of fields have been passed over, underestimated, or even fired for being too attractive.
Flickr Commons compiled a gallery of its most popular photos to celebrate the site’s fifth birthday. (via the Library of Congress & Flickr Commons)
Plus some other sultry looks from her spread.
Pretty! Young adults in Japan celebrate their traditional coming-of-age amidst the country’s first major winter storm.
Metallics, sequins, and glitter — they’re fun and all, but you run the risk of looking chintzy and cheap. Here are some new ideas for glitzing up, from casual and tomboy-ish to all-out “glam.”
Imagine looking up at the Northern Lights from a cozy hotel room 250 km above the Arctic Circle.
She’s finally Cosmo cover ready. Ugh.
She covers Australian Miss Vogue and looks amazing. And, yeah, technically she isn’t a “Kardashian,” but just go with it.
The photos are for the September issue of InStyle Magazine. Hard to believe she’s only 15-years-old!
It’s Cleopatra, bitch.
Not to be confused with it’s wealthier cousin, the country house, the guest house is to Scotland what the Bed & Breakfast is to New England. Much less awkwardly intimate, Scottish guest houses are often separate and self-sufficient. And exceptional.
For no other reason than to make you feel better. Them Northern and Southern Lights sure are purdy.
Cosmic eye candy. This week marks the anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope way back in 1990. Thanks, Hubble, for providing us with “whoa” fodder for 22 years!
From the moving to the morbid, here are the day’s most interesting and beautiful photos from the Reuters Collection.
Urban decay has never looked so beautifully eerie. Hashima Island, or Gunkanshima (meaning “Battleship Island,” so nicknamed for it’s nautical shape), was a former coal mining community established in 1887. The mine was shut down in 1974 and the city abandoned. Now it has a new nickname: Ghost Island.
From the same International Space Station mission that brought you this eye-popping video, here’s an astronaut’s-eye view of the Southern Lights above Australia. That’s some Stanley Kubrick stuff right there.
Insert Katie Perry line here. Fireworks are exciting, no matter what the occasion and with New Years coming up in a couple months we thought we’d get you pumped early.
And upside down, no less. Don’t worry, the big fella is fine. This is all part of a relocation plan for black rhinos, meant to move the endangered species to less populated areas so that they have a better shot at survival. (via greenrenaissance.co.za)
Freckles make cute girls even more irresistible. So cute. So prone to sunburns. View List ›
I would so want to live here if I didn’t already. Watch Video ›