Until Everything is Fine


verceri:

A little chibi of one of my dragons~

verceri:

A little chibi of one of my dragons~

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— 1 day ago with 154 notes

c-rescentmoon:

So lovely. I really want a terrarium! 

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— 2 days ago with 12000 notes

creaturesfromdreams:

Another set of strangely beautiful creatures by Oukamiyoukai45

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— 3 days ago with 7484 notes

ca-tsuka:

Elbion, El despertar de Nagah animation project by spanish Sunshine Animation studio (watch teaser).

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kisskicker:

I made a little flower pet! They are very quiet and like to sit in the sun. 
I swear this will be the last dumb creature for a while, probably. Maybe. Shhhhh.

kisskicker:

I made a little flower pet! They are very quiet and like to sit in the sun. 

I swear this will be the last dumb creature for a while, probably. Maybe. Shhhhh.

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— 3 days ago with 2810 notes
torterra:

my phantom bab, starpatch

torterra:

my phantom bab, starpatch

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— 3 days ago with 1479 notes

multiiverse:

leanna won’t share her coffee, so don’t even ask.

photos by Anna Demarco

featuring Leanna Banana and nikhampshire

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gawki:

Puppet

what it feels like when the puppeteer invades his body

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plant-a-day:

Snowdrops

Galanthus nivalis

Common Snowdrops are the first harbinger of spring in many parts of the temperate Northern hemisphere. In Danish, they are called “Wintergækker,” which means “winter-teaser.” Galanthus nivalis is native to, and naturalised in large swathes of Europe, and thought to have been dispersed by the Romans during conquest.

Other members of the Galanthus family are endangered in the wild, and collection is prohibited.

Snowdrop Gardens are popular tourist destinations, marking the opening of a number of botanical gardens, especially in the UK.

There is even a term for a devoted lover of snowdrops: a “Galanthophile.”

I have snowdrop bulbs available from my garden, if you would like to grow them yourself.

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- biodiverseed

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— 5 days ago with 1715 notes
belovedlotus:

sacred lily pad underside

belovedlotus:

sacred lily pad underside

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— 6 days ago with 9664 notes
hadlais:

blatherversity:


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Sea Slicks
Whenever there is an oil spill in the world’s oceans, a sea slick is “born”. Countless animals lose their lives to the thick, clinging clutches of oil, dying miserable, wretchedly drawn-out deaths. Sea slicks are born of the lost souls of those animals and the sludge that bound and choked the life from them. As such, sea slicks are always referred to as “they” and “them” rather than “it”, and it’s said that if you chance upon a sea slick near the surface, their soft, melancholy vocalisations carry the haunting remnants of sea birds and the whispers of shoals of fish.
Despite their fearsome appearances, they are very much docile creatures, preferring to near-constantly swim through the depths and the quiet of the sea they were robbed from. Sea slicks are amortal, being unable to die, as they were never truly what we would call “alive” to begin with. Over time, however, sea slicks do disintegrate, usually over the span of several years, losing pieces of semi-sentient oil to the surface waters.
Ambitious wixes track sea slicks to gather these pieces, as they make especially valuable, durable invisibility cloaks capable of protecting wearers from even the deadliest of spells.

I love this! Modern, industrial fantasy creatures. Wow, so cool!

hadlais:

blatherversity:

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Sea Slicks

Whenever there is an oil spill in the world’s oceans, a sea slick is “born”. Countless animals lose their lives to the thick, clinging clutches of oil, dying miserable, wretchedly drawn-out deaths. Sea slicks are born of the lost souls of those animals and the sludge that bound and choked the life from them. As such, sea slicks are always referred to as “they” and “them” rather than “it”, and it’s said that if you chance upon a sea slick near the surface, their soft, melancholy vocalisations carry the haunting remnants of sea birds and the whispers of shoals of fish.

Despite their fearsome appearances, they are very much docile creatures, preferring to near-constantly swim through the depths and the quiet of the sea they were robbed from. Sea slicks are amortal, being unable to die, as they were never truly what we would call “alive” to begin with. Over time, however, sea slicks do disintegrate, usually over the span of several years, losing pieces of semi-sentient oil to the surface waters.

Ambitious wixes track sea slicks to gather these pieces, as they make especially valuable, durable invisibility cloaks capable of protecting wearers from even the deadliest of spells.

I love this! Modern, industrial fantasy creatures. Wow, so cool!

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— 1 week ago with 17730 notes