Running Dog On Empty Shore
Dancer, noble and majestic steed-beast.  When you stop laughing at the yawn, check out the silly little wave effect going on with his mane.

Dancer, noble and majestic steed-beast.  When you stop laughing at the yawn, check out the silly little wave effect going on with his mane.

mxrdermaid:

petition for Mike Brown Law. Requires all state, county, and local police to wear a camera.
this is 2014 guys. yet we’re going backwards..
police brutality & racism have become huge. just look at mike brown, eric garner.
do something

hounddogsrunning:

WHY WON’T YOU HOLD STILL SO I CAN BRUSH YOOOOOUUUU?!?!

hounddogsrunning:

WHY WON’T YOU HOLD STILL SO I CAN BRUSH YOOOOOUUUU?!?!

micthemicrophone:

horror-and-the-macabre:

that smug ass look though.

"Still touchin’ it."

micthemicrophone:

horror-and-the-macabre:

that smug ass look though.

"Still touchin’ it."

Dancer and some of his stuff.

Dancer and some of his stuff.

bearhatalice:

necturusmaculosus:

busket:

stunningpicture:

Perfectly timed wedding photo

so she’s marrying a shark in disguise right

when will my reflection show
who i am
inside

Nobody suspects a thing

bearhatalice:

necturusmaculosus:

busket:

stunningpicture:

Perfectly timed wedding photo

so she’s marrying a shark in disguise right

when will my reflection show

who i am

inside

Nobody suspects a thing

Many of my attempts to photograph Dancer end up something like this.  He is affectionate.

Many of my attempts to photograph Dancer end up something like this.  He is affectionate.

zooophagous:

wire-man:

brakesforbothans:

frumpytaco:

lynndeed:

*harmonizing fungi*

This is actually the seed pod of a Banksia, a kind of Australian shrub.  This picture is a great because it shows how important fire is to the plant (that black is not its natural color).  Fire stimulates those “singing” follicles to pop open and release the seeds so they can germinate.  
I still want to put googly eyes on it…

Of COURSE Australia has a plant that requires it to CATCH FIRE in order to germinate. 

Australia also has trees that spontaneously combust. And another that sheds hair with an unbearably painful toxin that lasts for years.

Redwoods also require fire to germinate. Fire is avtually a pretty big factor in the health of many plants, which is why in a lot of places controlled burns are started to give the plants what they need without it turning into a deadly wildfire.

zooophagous:

wire-man:

brakesforbothans:

frumpytaco:

lynndeed:

*harmonizing fungi*

This is actually the seed pod of a Banksia, a kind of Australian shrub.  This picture is a great because it shows how important fire is to the plant (that black is not its natural color).  Fire stimulates those “singing” follicles to pop open and release the seeds so they can germinate.  

I still want to put googly eyes on it…

Of COURSE Australia has a plant that requires it to CATCH FIRE in order to germinate. 

Australia also has trees that spontaneously combust. And another that sheds hair with an unbearably painful toxin that lasts for years.

Redwoods also require fire to germinate. Fire is avtually a pretty big factor in the health of many plants, which is why in a lot of places controlled burns are started to give the plants what they need without it turning into a deadly wildfire.

tentaclesislove:

Octopus hiding in shell (Author: MerMate)

tentaclesislove:

Octopus hiding in shell (Author: MerMate)