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thatidahokid:

Oct. 20, 2014// filmtook a walk today

thatidahokid:

Oct. 20, 2014// film
took a walk today

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sakabutsu:

So, I made my self a Litwick Candle holder (with removable hat!) for Halloween, and I have decided to give one away! You can also download the model for FREE! on Thingiverse  :)

Rules!

*this contest is for one fully painted Litwick figure and a wax candle.

*every re-blog counts as an entry, please only one re-blog per blog and likes will not count as an entry. you do NOT have to be following me to enter:)

*I will use a random number generator to determine the winner, Who will be chosen on october 31st. I will contact this person, who will have a week to respond, otherwise I will randomly chose another winner (please feel free to message me if this is a problem)

*you must be 18 or older to enter

*I will only be shipping in the united states 

Thanks for reading and good luck~ 

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smartpeopleposting:

Singapore Blue - Lampropelma violaceopes 
Maybe you do not like spiders much, but certainly this tarantula commonly known as Singapore Blue and scientifically as Lampropelma violaceopes (Theraphosidae) is awesome and … beautiful.
The females of this species are the most attractive because of its brilliant metallic blue colors, only apparent in good light. The abdomen has the same blue tint with singular red longish bristles and a “Tiger like” pattern edged in black radiating from the dorsal center down the sides of the abdomen. 
Sexual dimorphism applies, and males turn a monotone olive green after the ultimate molt. Slender legs and smallish abdomen of the male gives it a “ghostlike” appearance. Not really a pretty spider to look at, almost fluffy with bristles.
These tarantulas can grow up to 23 cm across. In the wild they occur in Malaysia and Singapore.
References: [1]
Photo credit: ©Jay Tougas | Locality: captive (2010)

smartpeopleposting:

Singapore Blue - Lampropelma violaceopes 

Maybe you do not like spiders much, but certainly this tarantula commonly known as Singapore Blue and scientifically as Lampropelma violaceopes (Theraphosidae) is awesome and … beautiful.

The females of this species are the most attractive because of its brilliant metallic blue colors, only apparent in good light. The abdomen has the same blue tint with singular red longish bristles and a “Tiger like” pattern edged in black radiating from the dorsal center down the sides of the abdomen. 

Sexual dimorphism applies, and males turn a monotone olive green after the ultimate molt. Slender legs and smallish abdomen of the male gives it a “ghostlike” appearance. Not really a pretty spider to look at, almost fluffy with bristles.

These tarantulas can grow up to 23 cm across. In the wild they occur in Malaysia and Singapore.

References: [1]

Photo credit: ©Jay Tougas | Locality: captive (2010)

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shieno:

hold-a-lover-close:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

This is too deep to comprehend.

I just cried a bit inside..

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Everyone has a 2am and a 2pm personality. I’m more interested in the monster you become at 2am rather than the human being you pretend to be at 2pm. (via stay-ocean-minded)

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inferior-mastermind:

PINK PIECE OF SHIT I’M DYING.

inferior-mastermind:

PINK PIECE OF SHIT I’M DYING.

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libutron:

Sun Halo
Sun halos are a type of optical phenomena similar to rainbows but are formed by refracting and reflecting light through polarized ice crystals instead of raindrops. This effect is also called an icebow or gloriole. 

When there are cirrostratus clouds in the sky around the sun or the moon, every once in a while there will be one or two colorful circles of light surrounding the sun or the moon. The colors are red on the inside and violet on the outside. Sometimes there will be some colored or white light spots or light arcs. 
Due to the complex combination of different types, orientation, movement patterns of the ice crystals and the angle of the sun, there can be many types of halos.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Gordon L. Wolford | Rideau Canal, near Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada

libutron:

Sun Halo

Sun halos are a type of optical phenomena similar to rainbows but are formed by refracting and reflecting light through polarized ice crystals instead of raindrops. This effect is also called an icebow or gloriole. 

When there are cirrostratus clouds in the sky around the sun or the moon, every once in a while there will be one or two colorful circles of light surrounding the sun or the moon. The colors are red on the inside and violet on the outside. Sometimes there will be some colored or white light spots or light arcs. 

Due to the complex combination of different types, orientation, movement patterns of the ice crystals and the angle of the sun, there can be many types of halos.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Gordon L. Wolford | Rideau Canal, near Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada