bijoux-et-mineraux:

Realgar, Galena and Quartz - Paloma mine, Peru

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Realgar, Galena and Quartz - Paloma mine, Peru

themagicfarawayttree:

 Parrot Toadstool or Parrot Waxcap

themagicfarawayttree:

 Parrot Toadstool or Parrot Waxcap

please put someone their cold arm on my forehead

yesterday i sunburned one side of my face so today i had 2 get burned on the other 2 be even

akibooboo:

Kenrokuen,Ishikawa-ken,JAPAN

princess-peachie:

Bunny massage | [X] - SpicaSirius

feelknower93:

pop punk is a feel and anyone can get out of this town and start our lives

THREE DOG HOUSE! THREE DOG HOUSE

cyclopette:

"heh heh heh"

"HA HA HA HA HA!"

erikkwakkel:

Medieval dachshund - Or: drawing with words

Here are three examples of a technique called “micrography”: decorative scenes that are drawn with words written in a tiny script. While there are examples from Latin books made in the West (here is one), the technique is particularly common in medieval Hebrew manuscripts. The drawings are usually found in biblical manuscripts and they appear to be commentaries to the text. The technique, whereby a scribe wrote in the smallest handwriting possible, goes back to the 9th century AD. The examples here, from the 13th century, shows just how entertaining the word-made drawings can be: they are an opportunity for the scribe to frolick in the margins of the page - like drawing a creature that looks like a dachshund.

Pic: London, British Library, Additional MS 21160 (13th century, more about the manuscript here). More about micrography here.

the long dog of the discourse

sick post my dude! *treats it for infections & gives it medicine*

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blameaspartame:

"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood …"

blameaspartame:

"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood …"