Phoebe Tonkin - The Influence 2014
Vaccine-preventable diseases. Getting my nerd on for The Lacquer Legion’s Weird Science challenge— I wanted to celebrate vaccines by showing some of the pathogens they protect against. From pinky to thumb: diptheria (Corynebacterium diphtheriae), polio (poliovirus), smallpox (variola virus), measles (measles virus), and rabies (rabies virus).
The stunning sight of hundreds of bright blue butterflies was almost too much for the six-month-old kitten, Lepa, as he bounced over and started trying to catch them. The comical chase was captured by student Natalia Moldovanova in Leningrad Oblast, Russia. After awhile Lepa got tired and collapsed among the butterflies, seemingly in paradise | Article.
Street art in Rome
"Sometimes the best disguise is to simply never let anyone see your face. This technique is most useful when applied where this would not be seen as out of the ordinary, like in a dodgy pub on Abissem Alley, or more benignly, covering your face with a collar and scarf on a blustery winter’s day."
—From The British Auror Force Trainee Handbook, Part One, by Elspeth Minx