Bird linework… not sure what I’m doing with them just yet… but… I’m doing something.
A pair of burrowing owls share a tender moment. Wildlife photographer Judy Malloch spent a month capturing 15 burrowing owl families in southern Florida and was captivated by their amusing mannerisms and expressions.
Picture: Judith Malloch / Barcroft Media
Disabled goldfish gets harness to help her stay afloat
science has gone too far
this is really precious okay
this is stupid sweet.
Harvey used to be a fighting dog. His ears torn from battles he was forced into. He flinches when you talk too loud around him. He gets so excited when you prepare his food, as in disbelief that he’s actually going to eat this many days in a row and when you put the food down he kisses you in gratitude. He’s afraid of thunder, soda cans, the TV and when baby Nick Fury meows when he’s hungry. When we first picked up Harvey from the pound half of his face was missing and he was severely underweight.Now he’s a kitten baby sitter. FIGHT BSL IN YOUR COUNTY.
right in the feels
OH MY GOD THE KITTEN IS LIKE THE SIZE OF HIS EAR I CANNOT EVEN EVER AGAIN
And doing a re-watch of S1 of SPN…yep. HI TUMBLR BEEN A LONG TIME.
Guys….who even remembers this? I did.
Just because Andy Samberg left SNL, doesn’t mean he’s left his passion for PSA’s. (HuffyPo)
How To Spot An Improvisor is spot on. (PeopleAndChairs)
Miss the Venus Transit because of dumb ol’ rain clouds? Fret not, this is The Only Transit Of Venus Time-Lapse Video You Need To See. (Gawker)
I dare you to find me one lazier walrus colony. ONE! (Neatorama)
man I wish Folliott could be my teacher for all the days! so good. never thought a 3 hour workshop could help so much. Now let’s see how well I can use that information within scenes.
Marlon Brando, 1950. Photo by Philippe Halsman.
“I have read the play [Orpheus Descending] three times since yesterday and am going to read it again. I think that it is the best play that you have done so far. I have been afraid for you sometimes, because success sings a deadly lullaby to most people. Success is a real and subtle whore, who would like nothing better than to catch you sleeping and bite your cock off.”