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shiraishiunso:

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braydaaan:

bestnatesmithever:

tastefullyoffensive:

Invisible Bicycles

Last one made me spit.

im laughing really hard omfg
braydaaan:

bestnatesmithever:

tastefullyoffensive:

Invisible Bicycles

Last one made me spit.

im laughing really hard omfg
braydaaan:

bestnatesmithever:

tastefullyoffensive:

Invisible Bicycles

Last one made me spit.

im laughing really hard omfg
braydaaan:

bestnatesmithever:

tastefullyoffensive:

Invisible Bicycles

Last one made me spit.

im laughing really hard omfg
braydaaan:

bestnatesmithever:

tastefullyoffensive:

Invisible Bicycles

Last one made me spit.

im laughing really hard omfg
braydaaan:

bestnatesmithever:

tastefullyoffensive:

Invisible Bicycles

Last one made me spit.

im laughing really hard omfg
braydaaan:

bestnatesmithever:

tastefullyoffensive:

Invisible Bicycles

Last one made me spit.

im laughing really hard omfg
braydaaan:

bestnatesmithever:

tastefullyoffensive:

Invisible Bicycles

Last one made me spit.

im laughing really hard omfg
braydaaan:

bestnatesmithever:

tastefullyoffensive:

Invisible Bicycles

Last one made me spit.

im laughing really hard omfg
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bofransson:

Near Paris Edouard Vuillard - circa 1900
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imagediver:

Click on the image to see the detail in a zoomable context.
Detail from St. Jerome in His Study, Antonello da Messina
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offtosognefjord:

Cindy Sherman
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libutron:

Starred knob-tailed gecko
Looking in detail the tail of Nephrurus stellatus (Gekkonidae) is perfectly understandable why this Australian gecko is known as Starred knob-tailed gecko. The body and tail are marked with conical tubercles and rosettes.
Photo credit: ©Jordan Vos |  [Top]  -  [Bottom]
Locality: Goldfields-Esperance, Western Australia
libutron:

Starred knob-tailed gecko
Looking in detail the tail of Nephrurus stellatus (Gekkonidae) is perfectly understandable why this Australian gecko is known as Starred knob-tailed gecko. The body and tail are marked with conical tubercles and rosettes.
Photo credit: ©Jordan Vos |  [Top]  -  [Bottom]
Locality: Goldfields-Esperance, Western Australia
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blackpaint20:

The Beast of Gevaudan
 werewolf illustration, France ca.1414
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