(via fuckyeahabandonedplaces)Source: axstinphoto
We got this kind of pigeon, blue laced satinettes. They’re seven months old and in the middle of molting right now so their faces are a little silly, but they are adorable little fatties.
The guy who sold them to us was super nice and friendly and cares about his birds a lot! He said he’d hold onto them for us until we get settled in from our trip and we can call him or see them whenever.
Был замечен однажды возле берегов Австралии…Редко увидишь белого кита. это прекрасно!
IT’S MOBY DICK.
Moby Dick was a sperm whale. This is his cousin: Dick Grayson.
Sperm whale, humpback whale, they’re both whales.
Migaloo’s long lost cousin! :O
I’m not sure how migratory Humpbacks are, is there any chance this could be Migaloo on a roadtrip?
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Fangirls are gonna eat you up faster than a chicken hawk in a coop of crippled roosters.
Someone should probably stop me but at the same time I’m not sorry.
For me I don’t think Ralph is a “fat guy” he’s really not. I strongly believe this dude has some major chest, shoulder and back muscles. Seriously he climbs a building every day and carries his own weight fairly easily. What is he 600+ pounds? Cakewalk! Not only that- I mean, besides the obvious “wrecking”. I do think however he would have a bit of a belly which would leave people to believe that he is overweight. Again though, because of the type of work he does there’s no real need for him to use his abdomen. Legs are more of a secondary that help push up rather than pull up.
Anyway, I’m going to bed I am hecka tired.
H’oh be still my heart.
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Luxurious cars by Metal Art workshop Vrbanus
Steampunk Victorian filigree beetle Volkswagen by Metal Art shop Vrbanus, Sisak, Croatia. Three cfartsmen spent 3000 hours, about four months on the painstaking job with details such as 24-carat gold leaf embelishments and a hand-stiched leather interior.
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Lotus Lake - Udon Thani, Thailand
A true surprise in Thailand’s Northeast - often considered to be solely a rice-farming region - these wetlands remain predominantly hidden by tall elephant grasses that belie the expanses of water lying beyond them, and are known for the most part only by the local villagers who venture out to fish and to collect snails and lotus stalks for use in the preparation of their daily meals.
Best visited in the cool season from December through February, these shallow, limpid waters may only be visited on a wooden boat belonging to the local fishermen and villagers. Having cleared the elephant grasses, a thick carpet of pink lotus blooms suddenly confronts you. A constellation of millions of startling, flamingo-pink lotus flowers dance above the crystalline waters of the Lotus Sea.