taphophilia:

killed in action by robpalmer0709 on Flickr.

taphophilia:

killed in action by robpalmer0709 on Flickr.

posted 2 days ago with 21 notes

sizvideos:

Video - Follow our Tumblr

cat-pic:

無防備な寝相

cat-pic:

無防備な寝相

posted 2 days ago with 279 notes

tomcramond:

Waverley Cemetery ft 1x Kestrel 🐦🐦🐦 via Instagram

tomcramond:

Waverley Cemetery ft 1x Kestrel 🐦🐦🐦 via Instagram

posted 3 days ago with 47 notes
cat-pic:

アンモニャイトの季節ですね

cat-pic:

アンモニャイトの季節ですね

posted 3 days ago with 156 notes

posted 3 days ago with 456 notes
my-ear-trumpet:


Indecorous Conduct (Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper, 1890). #VictorianJoke pic.twitter.com/3eglfJXdVo
— Bob Nicholson (@DigiVictorian)
July 14, 2014

my-ear-trumpet:

posted 3 days ago with 29 notes

unimpressedcats:

Barney is unimpressed 

unimpressedcats:

Barney is unimpressed 

posted 3 days ago with 372 notes

libutron:

Boletus luteocupreus 
Scientifically named Boletus luteocupreus (Boletales), it is an European bolete, so far known from Bulgaria, Corsica, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. Possibly seen in Greece.
The cap of this bolete reaches up to 12 cm, its coloration is variable, pastel yellow, pale yellow to pale orange, spoted light orange, dark orange or reddish orange. The flesh is lemon yellow, sometimes red in the stipe base, blueing instatly when exposed to the air then fading in half an hour and then changing to dingy orange red.
Boletus luteocupreus is a rare and inedible species that grows in warm deciduous forests, mycorrhizal with oaks (Quercus) and sweet chestnut (Castanea).
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Marjan Kustera | Locality: Serbia

libutron:

Boletus luteocupreus 

Scientifically named Boletus luteocupreus (Boletales), it is an European bolete, so far known from Bulgaria, Corsica, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. Possibly seen in Greece.

The cap of this bolete reaches up to 12 cm, its coloration is variable, pastel yellow, pale yellow to pale orange, spoted light orange, dark orange or reddish orange. The flesh is lemon yellow, sometimes red in the stipe base, blueing instatly when exposed to the air then fading in half an hour and then changing to dingy orange red.

Boletus luteocupreus is a rare and inedible species that grows in warm deciduous forests, mycorrhizal with oaks (Quercus) and sweet chestnut (Castanea).

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Marjan Kustera | Locality: Serbia

posted 3 days ago with 48 notes

madundertaker:

Fancy A Biscuit by Majime
-Please be kind to the artist and leave credit where it’s due.

madundertaker:

Fancy A Biscuit by Majime

-Please be kind to the artist and leave credit where it’s due.

pineandantler:

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rikke christiansen

pineandantler:

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rikke christiansen