buggirl:

Big ass toad that lived under our lab in the rainforest- we named him Milton.

Tiputini, Ecuador


pencilcat:

A Collection of Itty Bitty Critters

All photos were taken by me, of various tiny animals found around my house over the years.

Please do not repost or edit.


wmagazine:

Victoria and David
Photograph by Steven Klein; W magazine August 2007. 

wmagazine:

Victoria and David

Photograph by Steven Klein; W magazine August 2007. 

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diyhoard:

Crayon Makeup
Melt Crayons with coconut oil and mix them to create your own lip colors! This is fun and cool because you can make custom colors, but I wouldn’t highly suggest it because it won’t be as good quality. It would be good to use for costume makeup if you need to use a lot of colors!

diyhoard:

Crayon Makeup

Melt Crayons with coconut oil and mix them to create your own lip colors! This is fun and cool because you can make custom colors, but I wouldn’t highly suggest it because it won’t be as good quality. It would be good to use for costume makeup if you need to use a lot of colors!



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ofmoderateinterest:

The Fultz quadruplets, the first African-American quads born in the South, at their first birthday and in 1968. Beautiful girls. Sadly only one remains. http://www.roccomanzi.it/IMP-VITAMINERALI/SCIENZIATI/scienziati-docu/klenner/FultzQuadswasone_file/FultzQuadswasone.htm


bobbycaputo:

Photo Series Captures Colorful Moments In Spanish Painted Pigeon Racing

Published in 2011, Ricardo Cases‘s stunning photo book Paloma al Aire (Pigeons In the Air)depicts colorful and unusual moments from a unique form of pigeon racing that takes place in Valencia and Murcia, Spain. This “sport” involves the release of one female pigeon and dozens of painted male pigeons – the winner of the “race” is decided by how much time the male spends with the female. Each male pigeon is painted by his owner, in much the same way color is used to distinguish teams. The pigeons’ breeders, mostly older retired men, invest lots of time and money into their birds – some of the pigeons are worth thousands of euros in addition to the amounts placed during bets on these flighty contestants. 

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