If you enjoy pictures of orange cats who I do not know, and I cannot stress enough are not my cats, please visit http://unicornery.tumblr.com/tagged/flickrkitties
my apple tv screensaver is set to pull in the most recent things on Flickr tagged with orange+cats. When I see one I like, I go a-searching on Flickr and then if the uploader has enabled it, I schedule it as a post.
Not gonna lie I frequently browse your kitteh tags when I’m stressed.
me cause football right around the corner
Wow. Tumblr is supposed to be a sanctuary, a safe haven, even, for alternative lifestyles. Not for high school jocks interested in the most common thing ever. Seriously, football is exactly the kind of thing someone joins tumblr to escape from. Stop watching football and go join a fandom, or delete your account.
Signed, a proud football-hating SuperWhoLockianStuckSwimmingOnTitanPotter fan.
we takin’ over
After photographing and printing out a photograph of a reflective sheet of paper artist Ed Spence very meticulously cuts out square after square of the original photograph and rearranges the new pieces one by one in a completely new sequence. The result is stunning. See more below!
Louisiana does love its crawdads. But does the cheesesteak crown belong to New Jersey?!?
Grouper, followed closely by conch. I’ll take it. Also there’s gotta be a drinking game in how many states have Ranch Dressing on their lists. And then there’s Rhode Island and shaved clams.
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The Fall of Atlanta:
The city of Atlanta, Georgia fell to Union forces under Major General William T. Sherman on September 2, 1864, following a six week siege after the Battle of Atlanta on July 22, 1864.
The impact of the fall of Atlanta was instrumental in the eventual victory for the Federal forces. It boosted morale in the North and insured the reelection of President Abraham Lincoln which meant that the war would continue to the South’s capitulation. Until then, with no major Confederate Army left to contest Sherman and his men, he would order them to move east, towards Savannah, and from there, north into the Carolinas. Unopposed, Sherman’s Army brought the war to the heart of the South and to its civilian population.
These photos are from a series by George Barnard. Once an employee of Matthew Brady Studios, Barnard worked for the Topographical Branch of the Army Engineers after December 1863. Assigned to Sherman’s Army, he captured many of the images of the Atlanta Campaign on early photographic equipment.
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