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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sunwendyrain:

Yellow Throat  Warbler

Hello you lovley thing!  Aah I love the colors here, so Springy!

sunwendyrain:

Yellow Throat  Warbler

Hello you lovley thing!  Aah I love the colors here, so Springy!

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anisis-scrapbook:

Some variations of griffins

These are just so super lovley aaah!!!  I’m partial to the secretary bird/cheetah and the ?/serval.  This is fantastic work.

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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.

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prettylittleflower:

雪柳 by Polotaro on Flickr.

Hello beautiful.

prettylittleflower:

雪柳 by Polotaro on Flickr.

Hello beautiful.

(via istayhighoffyourmemory)

Reblogged from sunwendyrain
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!

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huffingtonpost:

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

Kittyyyy~~!!!!

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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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