Lady Halibut's Chambers

She's planting flowers in her basement so she has a little color when the sky runs low


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fat-birds:

Martinho / Chloroceryle aenea / American Pygmy Kingfisher by jguto on Flickr.

Hi cutie ^^  What lovley colors.

fat-birds:

Martinho / Chloroceryle aenea / American Pygmy Kingfisher by jguto on Flickr.

Hi cutie ^^  What lovley colors.

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stunningpicture:

So, my friend made herself into 15 foot long cardboard velociraptor with googly eyes

Yes.
Seriously, what else do you say?
Yes.

stunningpicture:

So, my friend made herself into 15 foot long cardboard velociraptor with googly eyes

Yes.

Seriously, what else do you say?

Yes.

(via phil-the-stone)

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prettylittleflower:

雪柳 by Polotaro on Flickr.

Hello beautiful.

prettylittleflower:

雪柳 by Polotaro on Flickr.

Hello beautiful.

(via istayhighoffyourmemory)

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sunwendyrain:

Gambel’s Quail 

Look at this precious little baby!!!

sunwendyrain:

Gambel’s Quail 

Look at this precious little baby!!!

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art-of-swords:

Presentation Scimitar

  • Dated: early 17th century
  • Culture: Turkish
  • Medium: steel, brass, silver, gold, jade, turquoise
  • Measurements: L., 42 1/16 in. (106.83 cm); sword L., 40 1/8 in. (101.9 cm); blade L., 35 in. (88.9 cm); greatest W. of blade, 1 1/4 in. (3.18 cm); greatest D. of blade, 1/4 in. (0.64 cm); Wt., 4 lb. 4 oz. 
  • Inscriptions: on obverse of blade, near hilt, inscribed in arabic within gold cartouche - “I trust in God (M. Keene, Islamic Dept., May 1978 or I have entrusted myself to God (S. Melikian, Refs.)”

This is a typical Ottoman presentation saber of the seventeenth century. Many similar weapons, as well as shields and complete horse trappings similarly mounted in silver-gilt and set with jade plaques and turquoise, were taken as booty after the unsuccessful Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683.

Source: Copyright 2014 © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Yes.  I would like to have this please.

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moritzwright:

Plants in the old center of Chongqing

How lovley!

moritzwright:

Plants in the old center of Chongqing

How lovley!

(via phoebe-bird)

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fuck-yeah-aquascaping:

Blue lagoon, Day 35 of 90 
at the greenaqua.hu Scapers’ Day competition

Hello pretty tank!  Hello little fishies!

(via istayhighoffyourmemory)

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huffingtonpost:

This cat doesn’t understand the rules of ping pong, but still wins hearts. 

Kittyyyy~~!!!!

(via kittenskittenskittens)

Reblogged from welcome2muscland

1hey:

Kiss Me (Cover) | The Fray
Kiss me beneath the milky twilight
Lead me out on the moonlit floor
Lift your open hand
Strike up the band and make the fireflies dance
Silver moon’s sparkling
So kiss Me

So, so, so beautiful

(Source: welcome2muscland, via phil-the-stone)

Reblogged from corporation-cats
Floofy floofy chin rubs

Floofy floofy chin rubs

(Source: corporation-cats, via fuckyeahkitties)

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maycedar:

ガラスの木 ◆ 箱根ガラスの森美術館

Pretty pretty ^^

maycedar:

ガラスの木 ◆ 箱根ガラスの森美術館

Pretty pretty ^^

(via istayhighoffyourmemory)

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Reblogged from sunwendyrain
sunwendyrain:

Great blue male bringing sticks to his mate a white morph great blue heron

This is hella gorgeous, I love great blue herons ^^

sunwendyrain:

Great blue male bringing sticks to his mate a white morph great blue heron

This is hella gorgeous, I love great blue herons ^^

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