InTheAppleOfTheEye
earthandanimals:

Portrait of Cal Ripfin - Guadalupe’s most famous Great White Shark by George Probst

earthandanimals:

Portrait of Cal Ripfin - Guadalupe’s most famous Great White Shark by George Probst

cuckoo-outlawoflove-in-nirvana:

the-wayward-brit:

karadin:

an-abundance-of-books:

hazelandglasz:

tyleroakley:

buzzfeed:

George Takei responds to “traditional” marriage fans. 

George Takei is flawfree.

I live a George Takei adoration life

I lost it at the “Please tell me where this island of men is, thanks.”

ALWAYS REBLOG  because it’s okay to be Takei!

Sulu?

Tell me I’m not the only one who read those in his voice, especially the last one.

tastefullyoffensive:

Anatomy of Songs [wronghands]

bussykween:

Convincing a top to bottom

bussykween:

Convincing a top to bottom

kamikazekurt:

Hyper realistic paintings of Fabio Magalhaes

ungoliantschilde:

some more of Frank Frazetta’s paintings.

art-of-swords:

Rapier Sword

  • Dated: early 17th century
  • Culture: German
  • Measurements: overall length 123 cm

The sword has a long, straight, double-edged blade, with a central fuller with a slightly visible inscription at the forte. It features a fine, iron hilt with lower side ring, two shell-shaped valves and another valve at the front pierced with a flower. The “S”-shaped quillon has two-loop guard, creating a cage at the rear part. The massive, oval pommel has a large closing button, wooden grip with iron wire binding and a moor’s heads.

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