The Man Who Fell to Earth
The Man Who Fell to Earth
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mikuloctopus:

Batgirl!!I’ve really enjoyed seeing all the cool fan art from everyone excited over the new Batgirl design. So I decided to give it a go!
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Beyond Earth Stephen Di Donato
"After recently finding old science fiction magazines dating back from the 1980’s, it reignited my childhood memories of my curiosity of our solar system and of limitless imagination. I began researching heavily on NASA missions and came to the realization that the late 1950’s to mid-1970’s were exciting times for new discoveries, for real photographic images of planets and for limitless possibilities. This gave me the incentive to start a personal project named Beyond Earth."

Beyond Earth Stephen Di Donato
"After recently finding old science fiction magazines dating back from the 1980’s, it reignited my childhood memories of my curiosity of our solar system and of limitless imagination. I began researching heavily on NASA missions and came to the realization that the late 1950’s to mid-1970’s were exciting times for new discoveries, for real photographic images of planets and for limitless possibilities. This gave me the incentive to start a personal project named Beyond Earth."

Beyond Earth Stephen Di Donato
"After recently finding old science fiction magazines dating back from the 1980’s, it reignited my childhood memories of my curiosity of our solar system and of limitless imagination. I began researching heavily on NASA missions and came to the realization that the late 1950’s to mid-1970’s were exciting times for new discoveries, for real photographic images of planets and for limitless possibilities. This gave me the incentive to start a personal project named Beyond Earth."

Beyond Earth Stephen Di Donato
"After recently finding old science fiction magazines dating back from the 1980’s, it reignited my childhood memories of my curiosity of our solar system and of limitless imagination. I began researching heavily on NASA missions and came to the realization that the late 1950’s to mid-1970’s were exciting times for new discoveries, for real photographic images of planets and for limitless possibilities. This gave me the incentive to start a personal project named Beyond Earth."

Beyond Earth Stephen Di Donato
"After recently finding old science fiction magazines dating back from the 1980’s, it reignited my childhood memories of my curiosity of our solar system and of limitless imagination. I began researching heavily on NASA missions and came to the realization that the late 1950’s to mid-1970’s were exciting times for new discoveries, for real photographic images of planets and for limitless possibilities. This gave me the incentive to start a personal project named Beyond Earth."

Beyond Earth Stephen Di Donato
"After recently finding old science fiction magazines dating back from the 1980’s, it reignited my childhood memories of my curiosity of our solar system and of limitless imagination. I began researching heavily on NASA missions and came to the realization that the late 1950’s to mid-1970’s were exciting times for new discoveries, for real photographic images of planets and for limitless possibilities. This gave me the incentive to start a personal project named Beyond Earth."

Beyond Earth Stephen Di Donato
"After recently finding old science fiction magazines dating back from the 1980’s, it reignited my childhood memories of my curiosity of our solar system and of limitless imagination. I began researching heavily on NASA missions and came to the realization that the late 1950’s to mid-1970’s were exciting times for new discoveries, for real photographic images of planets and for limitless possibilities. This gave me the incentive to start a personal project named Beyond Earth."

Beyond Earth Stephen Di Donato
"After recently finding old science fiction magazines dating back from the 1980’s, it reignited my childhood memories of my curiosity of our solar system and of limitless imagination. I began researching heavily on NASA missions and came to the realization that the late 1950’s to mid-1970’s were exciting times for new discoveries, for real photographic images of planets and for limitless possibilities. This gave me the incentive to start a personal project named Beyond Earth."
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septagonstudios:

Rlon Wang
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cizu-s:

Little Dryad. Lining practice..
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amazingwilderness:

Source
amazingwilderness:

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amazingwilderness:

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amazingwilderness:

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amazingwilderness:

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amazingwilderness:

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amazingwilderness:

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therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

animals with albinism - imgur.com

Real life Shiny Pokémon
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sixpenceee:

Meet Phronima, the pram-pushing, barrel-riding parasite.
They take advantage of another sea creature called the Salp.
Salps are barrel-shaped zooplankton which drift throughout our oceans. Phronima attack these vulnerable creatures and make them their hosts. Equipped with impressive front claws, Phronima carves away their insides to leave an empty barrel structure. It then climbs inside and sails the ocean while inside the Salp. 
SOURCE & MORE INFORMATION
sixpenceee:

Meet Phronima, the pram-pushing, barrel-riding parasite.
They take advantage of another sea creature called the Salp.
Salps are barrel-shaped zooplankton which drift throughout our oceans. Phronima attack these vulnerable creatures and make them their hosts. Equipped with impressive front claws, Phronima carves away their insides to leave an empty barrel structure. It then climbs inside and sails the ocean while inside the Salp. 
SOURCE & MORE INFORMATION
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mandaisamonster:

I scanned this. I have a sneaking suspicion you guys would be interested in it. Lol
Oh Slick. The Stabbiest.
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septagonstudios:

Annee Schwank ON TUMBLR
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septagonstudios:

Vishnu M Nair
The Forest