skyefeather

i am a curious wanderer, a lover of nature and art. my interests span far and vary greatly, so please, enjoy the ride.

http://www.change.org/petitions/etsy-please-acknowledge-wet-specimens-as-art-not-in-need-of-censorship

naturepunk:

darlingpetitemorte:

So, I was shown this and I feel like my followers would want to know about this.

THIS IS IMPORTANT. Anyone who sells taxidermy, bones, wet specimens, or any item made from animal parts on Etsy (including leather, wool, sea shells, etc) should sign this. 

melisica:

(by emma hope)
sunpeach:

aliciahannahnaomi:

My heart just imploded. This is glorius.

how do u eat with the last spoon?? :-(

sunpeach:

aliciahannahnaomi:

My heart just imploded. This is glorius.

how do u eat with the last spoon?? :-(

(Source: myhocha, via northern-wolf)

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips SUPER WEEK - No Straight LinesCurved lines > Straight lines. That’s it.Norm

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips SUPER WEEK - No Straight Lines

Curved lines > Straight lines. That’s it.

Norm

(via artistssupportartists)

howtoskinatiger:

dead fox by kazpics on Flickr.

emwolfilie:

underwatergunfight:

fairy-wren:

Red Kite misjudges dive on a scrap of fallen meat only to be ambushed by a Canada Goose. 

(photos by Craig Sluman)

That bottom photo: “what the fuck just happened?…!”

His reaction is more like… “DID YOU JUST SEE WHAT THE HELL I JUST DID?!”

“Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and destroys a visible Nature. Unaware that this Nature he’s destroying is this God he’s worshipinng.”

—   Hubert Reeves (via cosmofilius)

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deoxify:

Wolverine in Finland by David WOLBERG
homeofthevain:

Guy Maddin, My Winnipeg (film still)
“During 1926 cold winter, all the horses from the hippodrome fled away after the stables went on fire. Their only scape-way was the river. But they all froze before managing to reach the opposite side. Their sculptural heads with terror still in their eyes served as a leisure park that season. I wonder in which moment the following spring carried them out into the sea, without anyone noticing.”
Via deconcrete. Buy My Winnipeg. More film stills.

homeofthevain:

Guy Maddin, My Winnipeg (film still)

“During 1926 cold winter, all the horses from the hippodrome fled away after the stables went on fire. Their only scape-way was the river. But they all froze before managing to reach the opposite side. Their sculptural heads with terror still in their eyes served as a leisure park that season. I wonder in which moment the following spring carried them out into the sea, without anyone noticing.”

Via deconcrete. Buy My Winnipeg. More film stills.

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(Source: memewhore, via emwolfilie)

rupelover:

Inspired by this.

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gameraddictions:

artist: Kotakan