April232014
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karamazove:

The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles

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April222014

bootyhole-princess:

Help! So cute!

(Source: catsrfly, via wolfthicket)

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9AM
marthajefferson:

lunostar:

A Victorian “poison ring” of 18k gold, with a central casket flanked by two ram’s heads (an occult symbol). The casket, which is enamelled in green and set with a large emerald, opens to reveal a sizeable inner chamber that would easily meet all your poison-storage needs.

marthajefferson:

lunostar:

A Victorian “poison ring” of 18k gold, with a central casket flanked by two ram’s heads (an occult symbol). The casket, which is enamelled in green and set with a large emerald, opens to reveal a sizeable inner chamber that would easily meet all your poison-storage needs.

(Source: thehairpin.com)

8AM

ryanpanos:

Frozen Venice | Robert Jahns | Via

(via phagosome)

8AM

archiemcphee:

Ukrainian nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko shows us that snails are so much more than incredibly slow-moving mollusks who leave slimy trails and sometimes end up on people’s dinner plates. By looking at his photos we learn that snails appear to be curious, playful and even affectionate.

Shot in the woodland area near his home town in Berdichev, located in the Zhytomyr Oblast of northern Ukraine, Mishchenko’s beautiful photos are apparently unstaged. Instead he relies on an extraordinarily keen eye for spotting wildlife:

'As a child, my father taught me to hunt mushrooms near my home and we would always come across all manner of bugs and creatures,' he said. 'As I got older and my interest in photography grew, I decided I wanted to catch these magical scenes on camera.'

Visit Vyacheslav Mishchenkos’ website to check out many more of his remarkable nature photos. The only thing missing from them is narration by Sir David Attenborough.

[via 22 Words and Dailymail.co.uk]

(via luna-patchouli)

8AM
8AM

urbanmongoose:

Look at this cutie! 

She was really friendly and let me walk right up to her and take photos. Wasn’t even bothered by Darlene. Then she walked along the beach with us for ages.

She was also absolutely tiny. I’ve never seen an adult crow that small before, she was only about the size of a small pigeon. Combined with her piebald markings she’s by far the most interesting crow I’ve ever met! 

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