balenciagalux:

Alexander McQueen, spring 2007
smithsonian:

(via New exhibition looks at fishes from the “Inside Out” | Smithsonian Science)
smithsonian:

smithsonianlibraries:

Narwhals are Magic.

…and Mysterious!  http://ow.ly/lEvBc
nitinkapoorphotography:

Fig, Thyme and Goat’s Cheese Tart
creatio-ex-materia:

Infuse, 2013Sinato Photography: Takumi Ota

rnangekyou:

mrs-augustuswaters:

so this blog just followed me

imageand I was intrigued so i went to their blog and

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it is all irons

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I can’t fukcinfg deal with this tHERE IS AN IRON IN A TREE WTF

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imageomg they follow me what do i do

ancientpeoples:

Armlet
2100-1900 BC
Early Bronze Age Britain
Lockington-Hemington Cemetery: In 1994, during the excavation of the Early Bronze age barrow cemetery near the village of Lockington in northwest Leicestershire, a small pit containing comprising two incomplete pottery vessels, two gold armlets and a copper dagger was found inside a ring-ditch and beside a palisade gully. The two pottery vessels were inverted, one inside the other, and partially covered one of the gold armlets. The second gold armlet and the copper dagger were immediately beside the pots.
(Source: The British Museum)