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owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

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acidballons:

'Amber Waves'
by Daniel Parks

acidballons:

'Amber Waves'

by Daniel Parks

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ihavenohonor:

Alchemy, Hermeticism, Mysticism from the Hermetic Library Author: Jakob Böhme Work: Theosophische Wercke Date: 1682 Work is over 300 years old, in the public domain.

ihavenohonor:

Alchemy, Hermeticism, Mysticism from the Hermetic Library Author: Jakob Böhme Work: Theosophische Wercke Date: 1682 Work is over 300 years old, in the public domain.

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sublim-ature:

Proxy Falls, OregonAndrew Waddington

sublim-ature:

Proxy Falls, Oregon
Andrew Waddington

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magictransistor:

Edouard Riou, Jules Verne’s Journey to the Centre of the Earth [Pannemaker], 1867.

magictransistor:

Edouard Riou, Jules Verne’s Journey to the Centre of the Earth [Pannemaker], 1867.

perchu:

when you try to click an image on tumblr to see a bigger version but you get redirected to someones blog

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libutron:

Marbled orb-weaver
The Marbled orb-weaver, Araneus marmoreus (Araneae - Araneidae) is a species of spider with oval-shaped abdomen that sets them apart from other orb-weaver spiders.
This species exhibits significant sexual dimorphism; females are much larger, they are 9.0 to 18.0 mm long, while males are 5.9 to 8.4 mm long. Marbled orb-weavers are polymorphic and show a wide variety of colors and patterns, although all have light brown or orange carapaces and legs, while the ends of their legs are striped in white, clear, or black.
Marbled orb-weavers are widespread across the Nearctic and Palearctic regions.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Kim Fleming | Locality: Abbeville County, South Carolina, US

libutron:

Marbled orb-weaver

The Marbled orb-weaver, Araneus marmoreus (Araneae - Araneidae) is a species of spider with oval-shaped abdomen that sets them apart from other orb-weaver spiders.

This species exhibits significant sexual dimorphism; females are much larger, they are 9.0 to 18.0 mm long, while males are 5.9 to 8.4 mm long. Marbled orb-weavers are polymorphic and show a wide variety of colors and patterns, although all have light brown or orange carapaces and legs, while the ends of their legs are striped in white, clear, or black.

Marbled orb-weavers are widespread across the Nearctic and Palearctic regions.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Kim FlemingLocality: Abbeville County, South Carolina, US