bone-lust:

The longnose gar, Lepisosteus osseus, is a primitive ray-finned fish of the gar family. It is also known as the needlenose gar. L. osseus is found along the east coast of North and Central America in freshwater lakes and as far west as Kansas and Texas and southern New Mexico. The gar have been present in North America for about 100 million years. Longnose gar have an average lifespan of 15–20 years with a maximum reported age of 39. More - http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longnose_gar (at http://bonelust.etsy.com)

elenamorelli:

{ night and day }

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invisiblestories:

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this is divine

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someday i will know what to say

slow-gait:

WINTER SHUT-IN 2013~2014

absolutely

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blackpaint20:

Gustave Doré 

  Destruction of Leviathan 

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willigula:

The Hermaphrodite from Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeternae, a book on alchemy by Heinrich Khunrath, 1595

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esoteric, blood of the eyes

some days i just want to curl up and die