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  2. (Source: falcaolucasart, via eugenesis)

     
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  5. vanessabat:

    Hat full of mushrooms. I eventually grew tired of carrying them, so we left them on a rock for squirrels.

     
  6. art-of-swords:

    Dao Sword

    • Dated: early 20th Century
    • Culture: Chinese
    • Measurements: length 90.5 cm

    The sword has a slightly curved, single-edged, damask blade, with a double groove, engraved with the effigy of a dragon on a face and ideograms on the other. It features a flat, brass hilt of lobed shape with relieved border, decorated with bas-relieved floral motifs en suite with all other mounts. The grip is black, made of wood while the wooden scabbard comes with mounts decorated en suite.

    Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

     
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  8. christian-paul-kusch:

    THANK YOU GALERIE DES ARTS VISUELS.

    christian-paul-kusch:

    CHRISTIAN PAUL KUSCH 2014 ©

    BEACH AT PASEO MARíTIMO

    ALMERÍA

     
  9. fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

    Director Gary Goddard had planned to have all of Dolph Lundgren’s lines dubbed by another actor, as Lundgren had only limited acting experience, a thick Swedish accent, and was not yet fluent in English during filming. Lundgren, however, had stipulated in his contract that he would have at least three opportunities to re-dub his lines in post production. With the film running behind schedule, Goddard decided to use Lundgren’s natural voice instead.

    Masters of the Universe (1987)

     
  10. victoriousvocabulary:

    JACKALOPE

    [noun]

    a mythical animal of North American folklore (a so-called “fearsome critter”) described as a jackrabbit with antelope horns or deer antlers and sometimes a pheasant’s tail (and often hind legs). The word “jackalope” is a portmanteau of “jackrabbit” and “antalope”, an archaic spelling of “antelope”. It is also known asLepus temperamentalus.

    It is possible that the tales of jackalopes were inspired by sightings of rabbits infected with the Shope papilloma virus, which causes the growth of horn- and antler-like tumors in various places on the rabbit’s head and body.

    [Caitlin Hackett]

     
  11. cmog:

    Radio Set by Hunt Glass Works, Inc., about 1920. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Radio Set | Corning Museum of Glass)

     

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