Travel By Folding A Map

I'm Jesika...I'm an artist, baker, super nerd with a passion for animals, wildlife, and nature. This was my study abroad travel blog turned everyday blog. I post photos from my life, my baking, my art work, and ones I find or reblog which will probably revolve around:
•Travel and Nature
•Food/Baking photography and recipes
•Artists and photographers find inspiring
•Animals (especially marine ones)
•My fandoms (doctor who, sherlock, supernatural, LotR, ASoIaF, GoT...just to name a few...there's a lot

(side note: although I always give credit where it's due and link, sometimes reblogging I may miss if it's not credited. If I ever post a photo of yours and you'd like it credited or taken down, simply let me know and I'll do so)

@corbu_ at Bowery Ballroom tonight. If you didn’t get to see them, don’t miss your chance Saturday at Webster Hall #corbu #boweryballroom #newyorkcity #music #concerts #cmj (at The Bowery Ballroom)

All in a day’s work (where I volunteer) #escapenyc #longisland #lighting #nature (at Bailey Arboretum)

Moment in time #newyorkcity #grandcentralterminal #grandcentral #nyc (at Grand Central Terminal)

Count Ugolino by Carpeaux. Always amazing by any artist who can marble look like flesh #metmuseum #sculpture #art #mma (at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

ponderation:

Descent to Rivendell by efossati

wnderlst:

Valais, Switzerland | Wu Kish

definitelydope:

Valley Of Glass
By Maxime Simoncelli

elizabethgadd:

A series of self-portraits in beautiful Iceland.

definitelydope:

Road to Húsavík | Chris Zielecki

i know this road

wnderlst:

Morskie Oko, Tatra Mountains, Poland | Robert Manuszewski

foxmouth:

Landscapes, 2014 | by Matt Lief Anderson

nubbsgalore:

known informally as asperatus clouds, this atmospheric phenomenon gets its name from the latin aspero, which roman poets used to describe the sea as it was roughened by the cold north wind. 

though the cause of their formation remains unknown, it is likely that the undulating and lumpy underside is a result of warmer, moister air from above and colder, dryer air from below meeting at the boundary between the lower and middle atmosphere.

when high level wind passes over rolling terrain, you get the same wavy effect as on the surface of water. but despite their ominous appearance, asperatus clouds tend to dissipate without a storm forming.

photos by (click pic) ken prior and allan gathman in perthshire, scotland; bryan and cherry alexander in qaanaaq, greenland; ti cranium in ohio; robert lurie in cape town, south africa; witta priester in new zealand; jesse klein in wisconsin