Mandan, North Dakota

Damn.  Poor mouse never saw it coming.

Damn.  Poor mouse never saw it coming.

ipoenews:

“The Raven” in Torino, Italy [by Opiemme]

That is fantastic!!!!!!!!!!

ipoenews:

“The Raven” in Torino, Italy
[by Opiemme]

That is fantastic!!!!!!!!!!

I love a woman who knows her way around a library….

I love a woman who knows her way around a library….

I hope they paid Mae Clarke enough, what with being terrorized by the Frankenstein Monster ad getting grapefruit in the face…

Check out this enormous puffball fungus I came upon during a hike last September!  It was lurking in the woods….

Nothing rocks like old school melodrama/horror!!!

herbiewest:

mistercoventry:

bauske:

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Waterbears can go without food or water for more than a decade. They can survive temperatures from zero to above the boiling point of water, pressure six times stronger than the deepest ocean trench, radiation hundreds of times higher than the fatal dose for a human, and the vacuum of space.

I’ve never seen one in motion. :O

noot

noot noot

GOD NO PLEASE TELL ME THIS ISN’T REAL
LOVECRAFT WAS RIGHT
"LIFE IS A HIDEOUS THING"

herbiewest:

mistercoventry:

bauske:

4gifs:

Waterbears can go without food or water for more than a decade. They can survive temperatures from zero to above the boiling point of water, pressure six times stronger than the deepest ocean trench, radiation hundreds of times higher than the fatal dose for a human, and the vacuum of space.

I’ve never seen one in motion. :O

noot

noot noot

GOD NO PLEASE TELL ME THIS ISN’T REAL

LOVECRAFT WAS RIGHT

"LIFE IS A HIDEOUS THING"

Could this goblet be the long-sought Holy Grail?  A relic from the 11th century kingdom of Leòn in Northern Spain, this chalice, made from two much older agate or onyx cups connected by gold and gems, became the center of intense excitement in its display case in the Basilica of St. Isidore in Leòn when two Spanish historians published a book claiming that the original  drinking vessel(s) were a gift from Muslim ambassadors from Egypt.  Sounds a bit fantastical?  Well, the original cup has been dated as being from between 200 B.C. and A.D. 100, so who knows?
It’s still a beautiful chalice.

Could this goblet be the long-sought Holy Grail?  A relic from the 11th century kingdom of Leòn in Northern Spain, this chalice, made from two much older agate or onyx cups connected by gold and gems, became the center of intense excitement in its display case in the Basilica of St. Isidore in Leòn when two Spanish historians published a book claiming that the original  drinking vessel(s) were a gift from Muslim ambassadors from Egypt.  Sounds a bit fantastical?  Well, the original cup has been dated as being from between 200 B.C. and A.D. 100, so who knows?

It’s still a beautiful chalice.

The versatile and gravity-defying Jordan Carver!