come to the woods for here is rest
only the gods are real
“She does not know where any tale waits
before it’s told. (No more do I.)
But forty thieves sounds good, so forty
thieves it is. She prays she’s bought
another clutch of days.

We save our lives in such unlikely ways.” 

crowbawt THANK YOU that makes me v happy people like them

backflip off her ass just fucking do it

Pearl is still awfully camera shy, but look at all her pretty colors coming in. :3c

Belle is a very curious baby and loves to try (and succeeds) to jump on the camera lens.

my favorite thing about watching a mantis eat fruit flies is they go at it like they’re casually eating a struggling burrito

donkos:

me on the internet: gay

me irl: gay, but quietly

malformalady:

Bull Moose shedding velvet
Photo credit: AlaskaFreezeFrame

malformalady:

Bull Moose shedding velvet

Photo credit: AlaskaFreezeFrame

redskullsmadhouse:

predalien_by_yacobucci

redskullsmadhouse:

predalien_by_yacobucci

GET TO KNOW ME: [2/6] FAVORITE MOVIES → The Lion King (1994)

Oh yes, the past can hurt. But from the way I see it, you can either run from it, or learn from it.

llbwwb:


(via 500px / Leopard eyes by Jaco Marx)

llbwwb:

(via 500px / Leopard eyes by Jaco Marx)

libutron:

Wasp Moth - Dinia sp.
This is a neotropical moth in the genus Dinia (Arctiidae), commonly known as Wasp Moths, and classified in the Subfamily Ctenuchinae, Tribe Ctenuchini. 
The Ctenuchini are known to mimic hymenopterans and other insects. These moths have reduced wing venation and are restricted to America. Its Taxonomy is problematic. However, Dinia is one of the genus most easily recognized, having a bright red abdomen with contrasting black markings and transparent wings.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Jimmy Hoffman | Locality: Panama

libutron:

Wasp Moth - Dinia sp.

This is a neotropical moth in the genus Dinia (Arctiidae), commonly known as Wasp Moths, and classified in the Subfamily Ctenuchinae, Tribe Ctenuchini. 

The Ctenuchini are known to mimic hymenopterans and other insects. These moths have reduced wing venation and are restricted to America. Its Taxonomy is problematic. However, Dinia is one of the genus most easily recognized, having a bright red abdomen with contrasting black markings and transparent wings.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Jimmy Hoffman | Locality: Panama

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