tagliare dalla luna!

sourcedumal:

dottirsdottir:

opulentdesigns:

Couture Corset Body

"The Empress"


"The Empress" is a richly embroidered couture corset body, with extravagant spikey collar and hip-pieces.

It is made from rose coloured satin, with elaborate burgundy lace appliqué, antique gold synthetic leather cutwork, beading and Swarovski crystal decoration.
The body has built in bra-cups and is closed with lacing down the entire backside.

The collar and hip pieces are made from sturdy thermoplast and are also decorated with Swarovski crystals and golden metal spikes. 
A detachable silk train can be added to the collar on request.

Royal Black Couture and Corsetry (x)

so pretty

I LOVE THIS OMG

infinitryproductions look!

It looks like a songweaver’s top!


Track Title: it's exactly what you think

nemesismess:

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Assassin’s Creed meme - night & day ⇒ Assassin’s Creed 2


assassinscreed:

xfreischutz:

leo laughing forever while the eagle builds a nest on ezio’s head

This is adorable!

assassinscreed:

xfreischutz:

leo laughing forever while the eagle builds a nest on ezio’s head

This is adorable!



llionkings:

locations - beast’s castle ♔

So we went over to the Loire Valley in France where the River Loire runs along. […] And there was one chateau that just stood out as stunning. It was the one of Chambord, built by François de Pontbriant. And he designed this castle that just had this imposing power and strength to it. And the truth of that place adds credibility to your drawing in a funny kind of a way. I guess, you know, just to explain to you a little bit about how I think, and when I was a kid, I didn’t do drawings to do a drawing of something. I did a drawing so I could enter into an imaginary world. My paper was like a magic mirror that I could do a drawing, and you just step right through it and suddenly you’re living in the time of the dinosaurs, or you’re living somewhere and you’re experiencing it. And that with that castle, that was really important as a place where I could step into it - Glen Keane [Discovering the Beauty in the Beast.]

So obviously I didn’t sleep through the night. I’ll have to start taking a sleep agent. FUCK waking up at 2am.

posted 4 hours ago

vephriel:

farewell Tanaris, it’s been lovely, but now it’s time for

DINOSAURS

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sherlockedwithloki:

mischiefmanagedin221b:

please tell me i’m not the only one that went “butt-butt-butt-astronaut” at first

no you’re not because i went “shit-shit-shit-poodle”


"My father had taught me to be nice first, because you can always be mean later, but once you’ve been mean to someone, they won’t believe the nice anymore. So be nice, be nice, until it’s time to stop being nice, then destroy them."
— Laurell K. Hamilton  (via kikosen)

love this so much

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This Vine gives me life.

posted 4 hours ago

punkrockluna:

little-yogi:

It’s a cute little thing though.

What a weird cat.


skunkbear:

Last month I had the chance to see an amazing research project in action: the capturing and tagging of snowy owls on the coast of Maryland.

Snowy owls usually spend their summers up in the arctic circle, and their winters in Canada.  But this year, a huge migration of the owls — the largest seen in decades — brought owls as far south as Florida.

What caused the owl population boom? A lemming population boom! Lemmings are small, hamster-like rodents — and they’re owls’ primary prey in the arctic. That first photo (taken by biologist Jean-Francois Therrien in Northern Quebec) shows a snowy owl nest ringed with the carcasses of 70 lemmings - a feast waiting for the soon-to-be hatched owlets.

Once those owlets grew up, they spread south into the US.  Owl researchers seized the opportunity to capture a few of the owls and equip them with super-light, solar-powered GPS transmitters.

You can read/hear more of the story HERE.

And, you can actually follow the journeys of all the tagged owls at ProjectSnowstorm.org. It’s amazing to see where these birds go!

Range map credit: Matt Stiles/NPR, source: IUCN, eBird.org

Bottom two photos: Meredith Rizzo/NPR

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vinegod:

My dog York won’t do it for the vine by Wellington Boyce

posted 4 hours ago via sassrelay · © vinegod with 13,372 notes