featherandarrow:

Titan aka the Mermaid Moon

benedics:

lonerism. by nortonings and benedics | [listen here]  a collection of tracks for those who feel alone

i. how can you swallow so much sleep - bombay bicycle club | ii. 505 - arctic monkeys | iii. hannah hunt - vampire weekend | iv. our window - noah and the whale | v. the moon song - karen o & ezra koenig  | vi. only ones who know - arctic monkeys | vii. pure imagination - maroon 5 | viii. why won’t they talk to me - tame impala | ix. hiding tonight - alex turner | x. matilda - alt-J | xi. still - bombay bicycle club | xii. sun’s coming up -  tame impala

biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!
Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.
All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.
Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.
Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?Images:
Giant Heron and Sea EaglePied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatooxkcd: Birds and DinosaursOstrich, Weaver BirdsRock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater FlamingoWild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.
biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!
Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.
All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.
Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.
Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?Images:
Giant Heron and Sea EaglePied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatooxkcd: Birds and DinosaursOstrich, Weaver BirdsRock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater FlamingoWild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.
biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!
Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.
All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.
Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.
Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?Images:
Giant Heron and Sea EaglePied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatooxkcd: Birds and DinosaursOstrich, Weaver BirdsRock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater FlamingoWild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.
biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!
Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.
All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.
Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.
Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?Images:
Giant Heron and Sea EaglePied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatooxkcd: Birds and DinosaursOstrich, Weaver BirdsRock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater FlamingoWild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.
biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!
Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.
All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.
Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.
Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?Images:
Giant Heron and Sea EaglePied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatooxkcd: Birds and DinosaursOstrich, Weaver BirdsRock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater FlamingoWild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.
biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!
Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.
All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.
Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.
Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?Images:
Giant Heron and Sea EaglePied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatooxkcd: Birds and DinosaursOstrich, Weaver BirdsRock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater FlamingoWild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.
biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!
Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.
All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.
Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.
Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?Images:
Giant Heron and Sea EaglePied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatooxkcd: Birds and DinosaursOstrich, Weaver BirdsRock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater FlamingoWild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.
biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!
Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.
All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.
Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.
Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?Images:
Giant Heron and Sea EaglePied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatooxkcd: Birds and DinosaursOstrich, Weaver BirdsRock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater FlamingoWild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.
biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!
Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.
All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.
Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.
Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?Images:
Giant Heron and Sea EaglePied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatooxkcd: Birds and DinosaursOstrich, Weaver BirdsRock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater FlamingoWild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.

biomedicalephemera:

Check out these awesome dinosaurs. All pretty and baller and songbirdy and stuff!

Yup, birds are dinos. There are “avian dinosaurs” (Saurischia), which have hips that have legs sticking straight out underneath them, and “non-avian dinosaurs” (Ornithischia - confusingly, translates as “bird-hipped”), which have legs that splayed out to the sides. Birds first appeared during the Jurassic period, 150 million years ago, and they’re the only surviving member of the Dinosauria clade.

All carnivorous dinosaurs were warm-blooded, and were Saurischians. One of the two primary herbivorous dinosaur lines is also Saurischian - the Sauropodopmorpha (including Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Argentinosaurus) branched off around 230 mya, but well-known dinosaurs such as triceratops and stegosaurus are comparatively unrelated to modern birds.

Birds: The Late Evolution of Dinosaurs.

Dinobuzz: Are birds really dinosaurs?

Images:

Giant Heron and Sea Eagle
Pied Hornbill, Andean Condor, Leadbeater’s Cockatoo
xkcd: Birds and Dinosaurs
Ostrich, Weaver Birds
Rock Penguin, Roseate Spoonbill, Greater Flamingo

Wild Life of the World. Richard Lydekker, 1916.

untalentedandhorny:

awwww-cute:

"Oh boy Oh boy, we got a call! Let’s roll, partner!"

HE OPENS AND CLOSES THE DOOR

untalentedandhorny:

awwww-cute:

"Oh boy Oh boy, we got a call! Let’s roll, partner!"

HE OPENS AND CLOSES THE DOOR

mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up
mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up
mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up
mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up
mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up
mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up
mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up
mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up
mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up
mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up

mylifeaskriz:

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up

unpresentable:

asian:

OH MY GOD
WOW

IM IN LOVE
unpresentable:

asian:

OH MY GOD
WOW

IM IN LOVE
unpresentable:

asian:

OH MY GOD
WOW

IM IN LOVE

unpresentable:

asian:

OH MY GOD

WOW

IM IN LOVE

(Source: Yahoo! Japan)

  1. Camera: Canon EOS REBEL T3
  2. Aperture: f/6.3
  3. Exposure: 1/15th
  4. Focal Length: 45mm
  1. Camera: Canon EOS 600D
  2. Aperture: f/1.8
  3. Exposure: 1/1250th
  4. Focal Length: 129mm

(Source: djferreira224)

6woofs:

Timber likes chairs. (old photos)
6woofs:

Timber likes chairs. (old photos)
6woofs:

Timber likes chairs. (old photos)
6woofs:

Timber likes chairs. (old photos)

6woofs:

Timber likes chairs. (old photos)

(Source: pandaleia)

Album Art

sadmusicforsadbastards:

"I want you so much
But I hate your guts”

Played 19697 times.

acecmbeferre:

we’re tall, o god, we’re tall: “we’d reach our hands to touch and almost touch the sky.”  idk i just wanted to make this into an actual mix. + [ LISTEN ] [ IMG ]

i. inner universe - yoko kanno ft. origa // ii. the sunbeams… they scatter - yiruma // iii. moondust - jaymes young // iv. rakuen - yoko kanno // v. silver - the neighbourhood // vi. odessa - the cinematic orchestra // vii. of the night - bastille // viii. mombasa - 2cellos

(Source: maarwa)