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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Natural frame ^^

Natural frame ^^

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forbiddenforrest:

Dry hydrangea. by cate♪ on Flickr.

I love this kinda stuff.

forbiddenforrest:

Dry hydrangea. by cate♪ on Flickr.

I love this kinda stuff.

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beautiful-wildlife:

Bobcat Mother and Kitten by Tim Fitzharris

Aaaaaaah look at these precious beautiful majestic babies!!!!!!!

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leaves leaves leaves ^^

leaves leaves leaves ^^

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dubiousculturalartifact:

saltpetres:

i want a good omens movie but it has to be perfect and it won’t be therefore i do not want a good omens movie

The Good Omens movie is announced.

Neil Gaiman publicly states his approval with every aspect of the movie, and stresses how true it is to the book, how thoroughly it does it justice.

So does Terry Pratchett.

It has an absolutely perfect cast.

The director is an even better choice.

All promotional material looks wonderful.

A release date is set.

The trailer is incredible.

The premiere is a very exclusive event.

All early reviews come in positive.

Fans wait patiently in giant lines for a chance to be the first into the theatre for the midnight screenings.

They file into their seats.

They wait through the previews.

"Now: Our Feature Presentation" scrolls across the screen.

The screen goes black.

The Best of Queen begins to play.

In its entirety.

Twice.

In glorious surround sound.

….. *gigglesnorts*

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e4rthy:

Japanese old corridor by Nam

The texture of the wood and the dreaminess of the world outside the windows here are lovley.

e4rthy:

Japanese old corridor by Nam

The texture of the wood and the dreaminess of the world outside the windows here are lovley.

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Blue cream and starlight in the black

Blue cream and starlight in the black

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abandonedography:

1940’s under mossNikki Van Horne

damn fascinating to look at

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I love the patina on these.

I love the patina on these.

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abandonedography:

Dunster Castle began as an 11th-century Anglo-Norman construction, on the site of an earlier fortification. The medieval stone buildings were constructed from the early 12th century into the early 16th century, until the fortification’s destruction in 1650, just after the English Civil War. A more modern manor house was built, starting in 1617, during the 17th and 18th centuries, then remodelled between 1868 and 1872, partly to be in keeping with mid-Victorian nostalgic architectural preferences. Today, the castle and its grounds are in the keeping of the National Trust, open to the public. This picture was taken (with slide film) in part of the garden occupying the former Lower Ward, near one of the ruined medieval (13th-century?) castle towers.
By green voyage

Click through to the big version where you can see the blue-green texture of the stone, beautiful.

abandonedography:

Dunster Castle began as an 11th-century Anglo-Norman construction, on the site of an earlier fortification. The medieval stone buildings were constructed from the early 12th century into the early 16th century, until the fortification’s destruction in 1650, just after the English Civil War. A more modern manor house was built, starting in 1617, during the 17th and 18th centuries, then remodelled between 1868 and 1872, partly to be in keeping with mid-Victorian nostalgic architectural preferences. Today, the castle and its grounds are in the keeping of the National Trust, open to the public.

This picture was taken (with slide film) in part of the garden occupying the former Lower Ward, near one of the ruined medieval (13th-century?) castle towers.

By green voyage

Click through to the big version where you can see the blue-green texture of the stone, beautiful.

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The colors here are gorgeous, mhhhhhmn that reflected gold on the street…

The colors here are gorgeous, mhhhhhmn that reflected gold on the street…

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owlcheesecake:

Alrighty, so I am currently scanning in a big huge pile of drawings in various states of completion to keep this blog going for a while as I work on commission and comic stuff. There’s a pretty even balance between Abi and Shakarian Mass Effect stuff so hopefully that will keep you entertained. If not, I will be posting it anyway.
This is just a picture of Abi I was working on that I may or may not finish. I still haven’t decided how I feel about it.

This is really, really gorgeous guys.  I mean the lines!  The simple pale tones on the white and the scribbly, the touches of blue and gold…

owlcheesecake:

Alrighty, so I am currently scanning in a big huge pile of drawings in various states of completion to keep this blog going for a while as I work on commission and comic stuff. There’s a pretty even balance between Abi and Shakarian Mass Effect stuff so hopefully that will keep you entertained. If not, I will be posting it anyway.

This is just a picture of Abi I was working on that I may or may not finish. I still haven’t decided how I feel about it.

This is really, really gorgeous guys.  I mean the lines!  The simple pale tones on the white and the scribbly, the touches of blue and gold…

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Blue morning forest

Blue morning forest

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By: Jonah Reenders

Niiiice.

By: Jonah Reenders

Niiiice.

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