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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Hello purple trees ^^

Hello purple trees ^^

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art-of-swords:

Ritual Axe

  • Dated: late 19th century
  • Culture: Tibetan
  • Medium: iron, gold, silver, black lacquer
  • Measurements: overall lenght 64.1 cm

The crescent-shaped axe head is decorated with bats amidst cloud scrolls framed by a geometric border and issuing from the jaws of a makara dragon. The shaft is decorated in silver, gilt and black lacquer with the bajixiang (the eight Buddhist emblems) reserved on a sectional wan ground between the faceted base and bats alternating with shou character roundels.

Source: Copyright 2014 © Bonhams

Yes.  Just yes.  Give this to me.

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Beautiful tangles

Beautiful tangles

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A whole crowd of sweet peas!

A whole crowd of sweet peas!

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Irises and foxglove, two of my favorite flowers!

Irises and foxglove, two of my favorite flowers!

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kisskicker:

The continuing adventures of Lasha and Tiger Boyfriend. Technically, the tiger is a mythical warrior-god, but Lasha likes to cover him in flowers and sing him dumb faerie songs all day. 

This is just ovewhelmingly adorable ^__^

kisskicker:

The continuing adventures of Lasha and Tiger Boyfriend. Technically, the tiger is a mythical warrior-god, but Lasha likes to cover him in flowers and sing him dumb faerie songs all day. 

This is just ovewhelmingly adorable ^__^

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Spriiiinnnnggggg~~~!!!

Spriiiinnnnggggg~~~!!!

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exploringflickr:

the wildflower tapestry

Yaaaay flowers!

exploringflickr:

the wildflower tapestry

Yaaaay flowers!

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^__^ Green roofs in the forest

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earth-song:

Hummingbird Hawk-Moth

Macroglossum stellatarum, known as the Hummingbird Hawk-moth or sometimes the Hummingmoth, is a species of Sphingidae. Its long proboscis and its hovering behaviour, accompanied by an audible humming noise, make it look remarkably like ahummingbird while feeding on flowers. It should not be confused with the moths called hummingbird moths in North America, genus Hemaris, members of the same family and with similar appearance and behavior. The resemblance to hummingbirds is an example of convergent evolution. It flies during the day, especially in bright sunshine, but also at dusk, dawn, and even in the rain, which is unusual for even diurnal hawkmoths. Its visual abilities have been much studied, and it has been shown to have a relatively good ability to learn colours.

Cutie little fluttery butt ^^

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theperfectworldwelcome:

maya47000:

Cats’ house by Jodi Esplin


Kitties chilling on a treehouse ^^

theperfectworldwelcome:

maya47000:

Cats’ house by Jodi Esplin

Kitties chilling on a treehouse ^^

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workman:

smurfberries:

So many pretty mushrooms!  The colors, the texture of the ribs!The shapes of all their odd little selves!!!

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justbelieve2him:

so delicate…

Pretty pretty little things

justbelieve2him:

so delicate…

Pretty pretty little things

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A  most lovley dogwood.  We use to have one, before Sandy ate it….

A  most lovley dogwood.  We use to have one, before Sandy ate it….

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