homicidal somnambulism
I’ve been coveting a #danieldanger print forever, maybe I can win this one.

I’ve been coveting a #danieldanger print forever, maybe I can win this one.

canisalbus:

Suffocate

canisalbus:

Suffocate

mostlycatsmostly:

Bonnie (by Mathias Gr)

gorg!

mostlycatsmostly:

Bonnie (by Mathias Gr)

gorg!

barefootdramaturg:

This is the correct face to make when being told you’re a heinous bitch.

zooophagous:

alpha-centauri:

zooophagous:

How are these animals even real

Is… is it glowing under a blacklight? Or is it just that iridescent?

The picture is edited a bit to make it more flashy but the animals don’t glow and you don’t need a blacklight to see their colors, they’re just REALLY SHINY iridescent. It’s why they’re called the ‘rainbow boa.’

They’re also fairly common in the pet trade and I want ten.

OH MY. O:

But seriously I think one of the best/most dramatic ways to photograph herps is in a dark room with an LED penlight. This set might not be post-processed since this is a juvenile animal and therefore brighter, plus LED lighting naturally “pumps” color. I don’t think there’s a blacklight involved here.

roachpatrol:

9prodlums:

Polygons measuring spoon

*desperate, needy whining*

libutron:

Knitted fungus

These amazing knitted fungus, truly inspired by real mushrooms, are the result of extraordinary creative work of Leigh Martin, a fiber artist and nature enthusiast residing in Central Oklahoma (US).

Photos (top to bottom):

1. Parrot fungi

2. Clavaria zollingeri

3. Turkey tail

4. Anemone stinkhorn

5. Caesar’s mushroom

6. Jack-o’-lantern mushroom 

notactuallycute:

(via Rescue Me Ohio)
thirtymilesout:

The Old Stage Coach of The Plains 1901
Frederic Remington

thirtymilesout:

The Old Stage Coach of The Plains 1901

Frederic Remington

mymodernmet:

On a recent trip to Iceland, Montpelier, France-based photographer Sarah Martinet had the opportunity to take an aerial tour of the land in a plane with open windows, resulting in these stunning photos that showcase the country’s extreme natural beauty from a unique, bird’s-eye view.