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Hello, I made some stuff.
Aug 22 '14
classic-art:

Wild Asters
Dennis Miller Bunker, 1889

classic-art:

Wild Asters

Dennis Miller Bunker, 1889

Aug 21 '14
art-is-art-is-art:

The Hoarfrost, Vasily Baksheev

art-is-art-is-art:

The Hoarfrost, Vasily Baksheev

Aug 21 '14
theopaldreamcave:

Mermaid at Hampton Court (by ukjohn)

theopaldreamcave:

Mermaid at Hampton Court (by ukjohn)

Aug 21 '14
meltingfondue:

Getting excited on watering flowers for unknown reasons(I reaaally want to mention meganehimemari)

meltingfondue:

Getting excited on watering flowers for unknown reasons
(I reaaally want to mention meganehimemari)

Aug 21 '14
aphelia:

untitled by gears on Flickr.

aphelia:

untitled by gears on Flickr.

Aug 21 '14
blastedheath:

Martin Ålund (Swedish, b. 1967), Chemistry 1 : 9, 2013. Oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm.

blastedheath:

Martin Ålund (Swedish, b. 1967), Chemistry 1 : 9, 2013. Oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm.

Aug 20 '14

(Source: harvestmars)

Aug 20 '14

(Source: bokutwo)

Aug 20 '14
becausebirds:


allcreatures:


A brown noddy hitches a ride on a pelican, waiting for its chance to claim any fish that the big-billed bird catches in the Itabaca Channel, Galapagos Islands. The pelican lost out to his un-invited guest but it seemed un-phased as this is a typical occurence between the two.

Picture: Tui De Roy/Minden Pictures/Solent News (via Pictures of the day: 19 August 2014 - Telegraph)

FORWARD, STEED!

becausebirds:

allcreatures:

A brown noddy hitches a ride on a pelican, waiting for its chance to claim any fish that the big-billed bird catches in the Itabaca Channel, Galapagos Islands. The pelican lost out to his un-invited guest but it seemed un-phased as this is a typical occurence between the two.

Picture: Tui De Roy/Minden Pictures/Solent News (via Pictures of the day: 19 August 2014 - Telegraph)

FORWARD, STEED!

Aug 20 '14
geekterrarium:

My favourite picture of LOTR Behind the Scenes 

geekterrarium:

My favourite picture of LOTR Behind the Scenes 

Aug 20 '14

First Kuragehime trailer!

(Source: rosesmusings)

Aug 20 '14
Aug 20 '14
meteor-falls:

Gloom Through the Years

meteor-falls:

Gloom Through the Years

Aug 19 '14

dekutree:

The government wouldn’t spend a dime on education, healthy food, drinkable water, assisting people in poverty, de-polluting the streets, or anything else of importance. But they would be on call to spend millions on equipping a small police force to fight off a group of defenseless protestors. You can argue with me that this is not a hate crime, when it so obviously is, but you can’t argue with me when I say that this government is too corrupt to even serve it’s purpose.

Aug 19 '14

montereybayaquarium:

Gone in one gulp! The tiny “by-the-wind-sailors” that have been appearing on area beaches also happen to be a favorite snack of the enormous ocean sunfish (Mola mola), which can grow to be the size of a small car! (photo by Jodi Frediani)

By-the-wind sailors (Velella velella) are actually hydroid polyps—jelly-like invertebrates.The “sail” helps propel the animal on its journey across the ocean. In late spring and early autumn, hundreds of thousands of these drifting sailors wash up on the beaches of Northern California. 

The velella stays on the surface of the open ocean for most of its life. To remain buoyant in the ocean, it has a series of sealed air chambers in its float. They travel in groups of thousands, and capture small fish with short tentacles that have stinging cells dangling underwater. (Although their sting is strong enough to stun a tiny animal, a human being would barely feel it.)

Learn more about the ocean sunfish