a gallery of coelacanths
thekimonogallery:

Woman with the tools of her trade.  1870’s, Japan.  National Museum of Denmark

thekimonogallery:

Woman with the tools of her trade.  1870’s, Japan.  National Museum of Denmark

mudwerks:

lawebloca:

Dog Shatters Branch On Fence ** video **

how to succeed:
keep going

mudwerks:

lawebloca:

Dog Shatters Branch On Fence ** video **

how to succeed:

  1. keep going
jonsibal:


Just revealed, the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata. #mazda #miata #roadster #mx5 #kodo #skyactive

jonsibal:

Just revealed, the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata. #mazda #miata #roadster #mx5 #kodo #skyactive

vertigo1871:

Yesterday at sunrise the sky was the perfect copy of this miniature. Two hawks were flying silently. A magnificent overlook on their preys.Miniature opklæbet på albumblad.
”En skriver på en terrasse”Iran, 1755Davids Samling, Copenhagen

vertigo1871:

Yesterday at sunrise the sky was the perfect copy of this miniature. Two hawks were flying silently. A magnificent overlook on their preys.

Miniature opklæbet på albumblad.

”En skriver på en terrasse”
Iran, 1755
Davids Samling, Copenhagen

sequence4:

webs.4 by plutonicfluf
sargetsi:

The Woolly Terrestrial Octopus (Octopus hirtus) is a land-dwelling carnivore that can grow up to four feet in length and weigh as much as seventy-five pounds. It is warm-blooded and lives in northern temperate forests, using its sharp beak to hunt for birds, squirrels, and other small rodents. It is a solitary creature that is most active at night.
The terrestrial octopus has a thick coat of fur and is able to climb trees and rocky outcrops using its strong arms, which are lined with mucus-secreting suction cups. Unlike its invertebrate marine counterpart, the terrestrial octopus has a skeleton, including a skull, rib cage, and vertebra-like columns of bones within each arm.
During mating season, the terrestrial octopus builds, in thickets of tall vegetation, distinctive conical grass-nests in which to lay its large, speckled eggs. It will lay three to five eggs, and the incubation period lasts for thirty-five to forty days.

sargetsi:

The Woolly Terrestrial Octopus (Octopus hirtus) is a land-dwelling carnivore that can grow up to four feet in length and weigh as much as seventy-five pounds. It is warm-blooded and lives in northern temperate forests, using its sharp beak to hunt for birds, squirrels, and other small rodents. It is a solitary creature that is most active at night.

The terrestrial octopus has a thick coat of fur and is able to climb trees and rocky outcrops using its strong arms, which are lined with mucus-secreting suction cups. Unlike its invertebrate marine counterpart, the terrestrial octopus has a skeleton, including a skull, rib cage, and vertebra-like columns of bones within each arm.

During mating season, the terrestrial octopus builds, in thickets of tall vegetation, distinctive conical grass-nests in which to lay its large, speckled eggs. It will lay three to five eggs, and the incubation period lasts for thirty-five to forty days.

zoomar:

There’s a big difference between CORN …and… UNICORN

zoomar:

There’s a big difference between CORN …and… UNICORN

my-ear-trumpet:

Love it. This is the 404 page on the #elca website. Full of win. pic.twitter.com/ce8CUyRDWr— David L Hansen (@rev_david) September 2, 2014

my-ear-trumpet:

wackystuff:

No Time Like The Past (by wackystuff)

wackystuff:

No Time Like The Past (by wackystuff)