kisskicker:

nambroth:

"Thunderous Tides" Moa, a Barred Plymouth Rock and also the boss hen of my flock, is tremendous in her girth. At times she is truly large beyond imagination, and is seen here emerging from the ocean. Don’t be jealous of her thunderous thighs!The gulls are in no danger. She is too rotund to give chase.Corel Painter, acrylic brush.Have a mighty need for a print?

I have known Nambroth for a number of years now, and every time she posts one of her fuckoff AMAZING paintings, I become more and more convinced that she is not, in fact, a real person.
She also keeps chickens and posts about them and it’s WONDERFUL.

kisskicker:

nambroth:

"Thunderous Tides" Moa, a Barred Plymouth Rock and also the boss hen of my flock, is tremendous in her girth. At times she is truly large beyond imagination, and is seen here emerging from the ocean. Don’t be jealous of her thunderous thighs!

The gulls are in no danger. She is too rotund to give chase.

Corel Painter, acrylic brush.

Have a mighty need for a print?

I have known Nambroth for a number of years now, and every time she posts one of her fuckoff AMAZING paintings, I become more and more convinced that she is not, in fact, a real person.

She also keeps chickens and posts about them and it’s WONDERFUL.

astronotical:

Omg all the work it took to get to that gif

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catonhottinroof:

Lowell Birge Harrison
A Puff of Steam

catonhottinroof:

Lowell Birge Harrison

A Puff of Steam
catonhottinroof:

Ivan Fedorovich Choultse
Lake Maggiore

catonhottinroof:

Ivan Fedorovich Choultse

Lake Maggiore
simena:

William Robinson

simena:

William Robinson

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gwyndor:

I start university in 2 weeks and this is how I spend some of my last days as a free man. do I surprise anyone anymore [original]

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So I tried the monster generator thing and it’s pretty great

kqedscience:

Giant stinky Corpse Flower, blossoming
“The Huntington, a wonderful destination here in Los Angeles, has posted GIFs of the rare Corpse Flower blossoming. If you’re in Southern California, you gotta see it in person. The plant’s latin name, Amorphophallus titanum comes from Ancient Greek amorphos, “without form, misshapen” + phallos, “phallus”, and titan, “giant.”
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kqedscience:

Giant stinky Corpse Flower, blossoming

The Huntington, a wonderful destination here in Los Angeles, has posted GIFs of the rare Corpse Flower blossoming. If you’re in Southern California, you gotta see it in person. The plant’s latin name, Amorphophallus titanum comes from Ancient Greek amorphos, “without form, misshapen” + phallos, “phallus”, and titan, “giant.”

(via BoingBoing)

art-and-things-of-beauty:

Edward H. Thompson (1879-1949) - Path by a Lake, watercolour, 30,5 x 20,3 cm.

art-and-things-of-beauty:

Edward H. Thompson (1879-1949) - Path by a Lake, watercolour, 30,5 x 20,3 cm.

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 - Press play, I swear to Iwatobi Jesus you will not regret