1. shymollymawk:

Violet Starling (Cinnyricinclus leucogaster) with feather detail. Iridescence in bird feathers is due to microstructures of the feather refracting light like a prism. Fossil evidence has shown that birds have had these structures in their feathers for at least 40 million years.

    shymollymawk:

    Violet Starling (Cinnyricinclus leucogaster) with feather detail. Iridescence in bird feathers is due to microstructures of the feather refracting light like a prism. Fossil evidence has shown that birds have had these structures in their feathers for at least 40 million years.

    Reblogged from: rob-anybody
  2. leupagus:

artmoderation:

(via Steampunk Bluejay by ~bcduncan on deviantART)

This is like if the steampunk movement went to Portland

    leupagus:

    artmoderation:

    (via Steampunk Bluejay by ~bcduncan on deviantART)

    This is like if the steampunk movement went to Portland

    Reblogged from: leupagus
  3. brandyway:

WHAT ARE YOU DOING UP
WHO ARE YOU TALKING TO
WHAT ARE THEIR NAMES
ARE YOU SURE THEY’RE NOT PEDOPHILES
OFF THE INTERNET YOUNG LADY

    brandyway:

    WHAT ARE YOU DOING UP

    WHO ARE YOU TALKING TO

    WHAT ARE THEIR NAMES

    ARE YOU SURE THEY’RE NOT PEDOPHILES

    OFF THE INTERNET YOUNG LADY

    Reblogged from: assassinregrets
  4. dduane:

littlepawz:

Smoochies!!!

The essential problem in all kissing, regardless of your species: figuring out what to do with your nose.

    dduane:

    littlepawz:

    Smoochies!!!

    The essential problem in all kissing, regardless of your species: figuring out what to do with your nose.

    Reblogged from: leupagus
  5. Reblogged from: shutity-upupup