onehappyfangirl:

lexlifts:

alyssaaraee:

i didn’t know alpacas were so majestic

it is my goal to have one of these in my backyard when i am older 

Poetry in motion

for real though, that alpaca gives no fucks.

onehappyfangirl:

lexlifts:

alyssaaraee:

i didn’t know alpacas were so majestic

it is my goal to have one of these in my backyard when i am older 

Poetry in motion

for real though, that alpaca gives no fucks.

(Source: dragonfly22699)

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youngjusticer:

This is the shit.

Realistic Pokemon, by Karolina Twardosz.

Which Pokemon looks the best [or most realistic]?

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Married life with Ellen and Portia.

this is the kind of relationship I want #truelove

(Source: kayytx)

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danganronping:

aiklahori:

- I don’t know the original source/artist/poet. Found it on net and sharing. 

the poem is by merrill glass and this is the source for the art!!

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my life in a comic book post.

my life in a comic book post.

(Source: niftyswift)

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parislemon:

nevver:

1920

History. It repeats.

OMG!!! THE FIRST #SELFIE

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phanstop:

I’ve been watching this for five minutes.

phanstop:

I’ve been watching this for five minutes.

(Source: cineraria)

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ex0skeletal:

Any Animal That Touches This Lethal Lake Turns to Stone

There’s a deceptively still body of water in Tanzania with a deadly secret—it turns any animal it touches to stone. The rare phenomenon is caused by the chemical makeup of the lake, but the petrified creatures it leaves behind are straight out of a horror film.

Photographed by Nick Brandt in his new book, Across the Ravaged Land, petrified creatures pepper the area around the lake due to its constant pH of 9 to 10.5—an extremely basic alkalinity that preserves these creatures for eternity.

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