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Sep 15th 2014
6:50 PM

bloomandglow:

Finally had some time to take pics of our plant project.

Succulent + Cacti, lovingly arranged by hand and accented with Italian sea glass + terra cotta from the Amalfi Coast.

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Sep 14th 2014
8:32 PM
6:08 PM

professorfangirl:

Once again Ben Whishaw is everybody’s favorite bloody Jesus.

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12:59 PM
Sep 13th 2014
12:54 PM
Sep 12th 2014
9:06 PM
dontspeaktomethx:

i think what i said when i first saw this pic on twitter is necessary here:
"HE LOOKS SO FUCKING GOOD AND SWEET ??? AND CLIMBABLE AND W A DRINK??? HIS EXPRESSION????????? I’M NOT OK"

dontspeaktomethx:

i think what i said when i first saw this pic on twitter is necessary here:

"HE LOOKS SO FUCKING GOOD AND SWEET ??? AND CLIMBABLE AND W A DRINK??? HIS EXPRESSION????????? I’M NOT OK"

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6:49 PM

clintparton:

Hawkeye #13

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6:43 PM
anhypnic:


The Squonk (Lacrimacorpus dissolvens). The range of the squonk is very limited. Few people outside of Pennsylvania have ever heard of the quaint beast, which is said to be fairly common in the hemlock forests of that State. The squonk is of a very retiring disposition, generally traveling about at twilight and dusk. Because of its misfitting skin, which is covered with warts and moles, it is always unhappy; in fact it is said, by people who are best able to judge, to be the most morbid of beasts. Hunters who are good at tracking are able to follow a squonk by its tear-stained trail, for the animal weeps constantly. When cornered and escape seems impossible, or when surprised and frightened, it may even dissolve itself in tears. Squonk hunters are most successful on frosty moonlit nights, when tears are shed slowly and the animal dislikes moving about; it may then be heard weeping under the boughs of dark hemlock trees. Mr. J.P. Wentling, formerly of Pennsylvania, but now at St. Anthony Park, Minnesota, had a disappointing experience with a squonk near Mont Alto. He made a clever capture by mimicking the squonk and inducing it to hop into a sack, in which he was carrying it home, when suddenly the burden lightened and the weeping ceased. Wentling unslung the sack and looking in. There was nothing but tears and bubbles.

—William Thomas Cox, Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods, pp. 30–31, illustrated by Coert du Bois (1910).

anhypnic:

The Squonk (Lacrimacorpus dissolvens). The range of the squonk is very limited. Few people outside of Pennsylvania have ever heard of the quaint beast, which is said to be fairly common in the hemlock forests of that State. The squonk is of a very retiring disposition, generally traveling about at twilight and dusk. Because of its misfitting skin, which is covered with warts and moles, it is always unhappy; in fact it is said, by people who are best able to judge, to be the most morbid of beasts. Hunters who are good at tracking are able to follow a squonk by its tear-stained trail, for the animal weeps constantly. When cornered and escape seems impossible, or when surprised and frightened, it may even dissolve itself in tears. Squonk hunters are most successful on frosty moonlit nights, when tears are shed slowly and the animal dislikes moving about; it may then be heard weeping under the boughs of dark hemlock trees. Mr. J.P. Wentling, formerly of Pennsylvania, but now at St. Anthony Park, Minnesota, had a disappointing experience with a squonk near Mont Alto. He made a clever capture by mimicking the squonk and inducing it to hop into a sack, in which he was carrying it home, when suddenly the burden lightened and the weeping ceased. Wentling unslung the sack and looking in. There was nothing but tears and bubbles.

—William Thomas Cox, Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods, pp. 30–31, illustrated by Coert du Bois (1910).

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6:38 PM

John William Waterhouse - The Decameron

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6:33 PM

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