Traveller on the Run

malcolminspace:

martininamerica:

staglove:

godth:

bunchesopunches:

Yeah if you haven’t seen “Kung Fu Hustle”, stop whatever you’re doing and go watch that shit.

Cinematic gold.

my favourite movie hands down

It baffles me that I know so many people who flat out dislike this movie.

Best movie.

rectaljustice:

Wow. This is beautiful

rectaljustice:

Wow. This is beautiful

art-of-swords:

Japanese Sword

  • Dated: 19th century
  • Measurements: overall length 42 inches

The sword features a scabbard with floral, figures, and animal motifs across the sword and handle. The blade features carved Chinese characters.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Altair Auctions & Appraisals

naamahdarling:

libutron:

Pied Falconets
The Pied Falconet, scientifically named Microhierax melanoleucos (Falconidae), is a species native to Bangladesh, China, India, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, and Viet Nam.
Members of the genus Microhierax are the smallest of falcons. M. melanoleucos is only 18-20 cm in size.
Pied Falconets feed mostly on insects, but also on small birds to the size of a thrush, and small ground mammals and reptiles. Insects and birds are taken in flight.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Looking@Nature
Locality: unknown

Oh my god, look at these little guys!

naamahdarling:

libutron:

Pied Falconets

The Pied Falconet, scientifically named Microhierax melanoleucos (Falconidae), is a species native to Bangladesh, China, India, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, and Viet Nam.

Members of the genus Microhierax are the smallest of falcons. M. melanoleucos is only 18-20 cm in size.

Pied Falconets feed mostly on insects, but also on small birds to the size of a thrush, and small ground mammals and reptiles. Insects and birds are taken in flight.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Looking@Nature

Locality: unknown

Oh my god, look at these little guys!

bigblueboo:

gears within gears

blimeygames:

mistercococat:

coco! what do your cat eyes see?

ALL.

blimeygames:

mistercococat:

coco! what do your cat eyes see?

ALL.

wesschneider:

Have you see Wayne Reynolds’s amazing cover for Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Monster Codex yet?

wesschneider:

Have you see Wayne Reynolds’s amazing cover for Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Monster Codex yet?

breakyoursoulapart:

The Black Canary gives birth and gets a visitor.

art-of-swords:

Battleaxe (Tabar) with Dagger

  • Dated: 19th century
  • Place of Origin: Northern India
  • Medium: steel, copper, brass.
  • Measurements: overall length: 56 cm; axe blade length: 13 cm; dagger blade length: 26 cm

The weapon features a crescent shaped head with a steel blade covered in brass and decorated with engraved arabesque motifs. In the counter blade it has an elephant surrounded by two tigers, in a perfect silhouette, made of forged brass.

The tubular handle is completely covered in brass, ornamented with a vegetal themed chisel work. It is finished by a lotus button which serves as a handle for a small dagger hidden inside it.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Caravana Collection