the undoing of mankind
M̸̡̮ͦ̅̀̀̎͊͟Ỵ̼̗ͣ͐̇̕͟ ̂̊ͨͫ̇ͭ̀̕͏̻̗͎̜̹̼V͍̠̰̲̠̻̲̟̝ͤͤ͌͗͠O̮̘̘̾͢İ̹̩̜̩̙̻͈͊̎ͣͦ̃̏̏C̷̭̼̞͕͍̲̭̞̣͐ͬͤͯͮẼ̸͇̮̤̞̟͕̼͍̇͑̇̈́̏ͤ͐̑̀̕ ̷̯̻͕̞̞̻̗͓͛͆̽̄͐̊I̴̡͇̞̒ͩ͗ͣS̴̜̫̯̹̬̽͂̐̉͐͛͋͢͞ ͎̫͉͍̰̖͉̽̒ͅHͩ̊͒̿͐ͭ́̂ͥ̀͝҉̮̗͈Ḭ͖̲̟ͭ̂ͤ̅͊̿̎͗̐͟ͅG̫̠̫̝̹̬̙ͦ̒̐H͇ͯͬ͊E̤̳͌̔̔̇R̡̺̾ ̣̟̭̘̫̞̱̹̄͛̏Ṫ̇̄͊̿͏̭̗̖͕̩̕H̬̙̅ͨẠ̛̝̳̽̏ͧͦͫ̌͘͝Nͪ͐ͩ͋ͯͫ̐̍҉͉͎͖͓͟ ̡̝̠̺̰̰̰͍̂̓̾̽̋̔͞͞Y̭ͭ͂ͮͦ̏ͣ͆Ȍ̬͉ͣ̃̀̕͘Ŭ̙̣͔͛̆ͨ͘R̲͉̲̩͈͈̟͋͛ͦ̎ͫͅ ̸͔̣͓̹̳̟̹̘̐̂͌͠͠V̹̠̻̞̳ͯͣ̎̉͢O̧̡ͦ͛̑ͭ͐͊̚҉̮̮I͉͉̣̭̘͆͆̋̂̈́ͥ̑ͨ́C̷̡̳̩̘̫̦̖̮͊ͪ̔ͩ̋͂͡ͅĔ̸͇̠̪͔̘̤̖̥ͫ̋ͮ̅̾͑ͥ͟
at the point where they just start solidly screaming at one another i lose it every time
wacko maria “fuck this life” ls
Weather conditions in Arizona’s Grand Canyon last week gave rise to a rare phenomenon called total cloud inversion. Last Friday, and again on Sunday, the ground apparently released some of its heat rapidly enough at dawn to create a layer of cool, damp air inside the canyon, trapping it beneath the unusually warmer sky above the canyon walls and filling the space with a sea of fog. Park officials said the phenomenon is a once-in-a-decade occurrence and ran to capture these fantastic photos.