October 21st, 2014


Making it to the World Series with @punkpoint

To see more photos from the World Series, follow @punkpoint, @mlb, @sfgiants, @kcroyals and explore the #worldseries hashtag on Instagram.

“I never figured on a career path in photography,” says Andy Kuno (@punkpoint), “I always thought I’d be doing something else. Photography was just a hobby in high school.” A community of sports photographers, including Brad Mangin (@bmangin), helped him find his way as a young rookie.

As the team photographer for the San Francisco Giants, Andy uses Instagram to share behind-the-scenes moments of his hometown baseball team and their journey to the World Series. “My favorite time to capture images is during batting practice while the players are loose,” he says.

“I wanted to show stuff that would never make it to print,” he continues. “As social media has become an important outlet to our fans, we’ve hit Instagram pretty hard. I’ve been given autonomy to do what I need to show the team’s personality at its best.”

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Saving Asia’s other endangered cats

by Jeremy Hance

t’s no secret that when it comes to the wild cats of Asia—and, really, cats in general—tigers get all the press. In fact, tigers—down to an estimated 3,200 individuals—arguably dominate conservation across Asia. But as magnificent, grand, and endangered as the tigers are, there are a number of other felines in the region that are much less studied—and may be just as imperiled.

A new, special edition of Cat News from the IUCN’s Cat Specialist Group attempts to shine a light on Southeast Asia’s other cats: nine small-to-medium sized cats that are not a part of the big cat genus, Panthera. Of these nine, cat conservationists say two are in particular need of research and conservation attention: the flat-headed cat (Prionailurus planiceps) and the fishing cat (Prionailurus viverrinus)…

(read more: MongaBay)

photos: Fishing Cat  - Passanan Cutter; Marbled Cat - Andrew Hearn and Jo Ross; Leopard Cat - Ronglarp Sukmasuang; Leopard Cat - - Andrew Hearn and Jo Ross; Flat-headed Cat - Andreas Wilting

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October 20th, 2014

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October 19th, 2014

A wild taylorswift spotted in her natural habitat



A wild taylorswift spotted in her natural habitat


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DIY Knockoff Homemade Kind Bars Recipes from The Yummy Life here. Her version costs $.44 per bar (which she even weighed to make sure the comparison was accurate) and she bought the ingredients at Trader Joes and Whole Foods.If you aren’t familiar with The Yummy Life blog it has detailed recipes, tutorials, vegan options, nutritional information etc… I’ve posted a lot of recipes from this site here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/the-yummy-life

October 18th, 2014