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Random Stuff I Love

Random Stuff I Love

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Lourdes Sanchez | untitled flowers ii | Sears Peyton Gallery

50 Mind Blowing Examples Of Illustration Art - ekstrax

Double Rainbow


paperandcloth: Lilipinso, one of our favourite collaborations

Dia de los Muertos portable shrine. The celebration of dead souls goes with you! Maybe next year...

Inside day of the dead alter.

love love love! _______________________ 8x10 MultiColored Bird Pattern Print. $11.00, via Etsy.

Japanese bonsai

Beautiful Japanese bonsai — Tokyo Times

Clouds look captivating at sunset, that's why I love laying on the ground and staring at the sky when the sun goes to sleep

Field book of common gilled mushrooms New York :G.P. Putnam's Sons,1928. From Biodiversity Heritage Library's photostream on Flickr. Creative Commons licensed ( Some rights reserved, check when you follow the link), you can download all sizes up to (1796 x 3306)

this would make an awesome back piece tattoo

FFFFOUND! | Olsthoorn

b for bel: DIY Lego Key Holder

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imagination of life

Daily Inspiration #842

Anne Abgott. Award-Winning Watercolor Artist.

— Anne Abgott | Award-Winning Watercolor Artist

At Home -

Digital photography classes online at BetterPhoto

ZsaZsa Bellagio: Pretty Cute

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other: Pretty Cute

I'm a nerd... This one made me laugh out loud, probably more than I should have.


PERFECT markings on this Boston Terrier! So elegant and sophicated! No wonder they are called the "Gentleman's Dog"

What a perfect tattoo this would be.

Bon Voyage Art Print by Norman Duenas | Society6

Wild Animals Photography

Wild Animals Photography | Cruzine

I had this in my room growing up. It was part of a set. OWLS!

Fraggle Rock :)

Retro TV Shows - A Thirtysomething's Nostalgia

And THATS why I love Batman. I know this a marvel board, but where else would I put this pin!??!?!?

Superman vs. Batman…

#rottweiler #dogs

Post | A community of Rottweiler lovers!

271 years before Pantone, an artist mixed and described every color imaginable in an 800-page book