xysciences:  Animation of the Solar System in action. 

xysciencesAnimation of the Solar System in action. 

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Mia. #analog #film #35mm

Helena. #analog #film #35mm

catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.
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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.

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asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design
Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators. asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design
Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators. asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design
Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators. asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design
Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators. asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design
Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators. asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design
Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators. asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design
Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators. asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design
Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators. asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design
Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators.

asylum-art:

Bryan Christie Design

Bryan Christie. I had seen this name over and over again in the fine print every time I saw a beautiful medical visual in a magazine. From Scientific American to Newsweek it seemed like Bryan Christie’s crisp, clear, and aesthetically pleasing visuals dominated medical editorial illustration. Problem was I had never heard of him in the rather small sphere of medical illustrators.

valyrianz:

embelish:

unamusedsloth:

The new Godzilla movie had a lower budget than expected.

aaaaaaaaaaaaaawe

I would be 100% okay with this 

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tootricky:

pepper avoids delicious broccoli at all costs (source/pepperandpals tumblr) 
tootricky:

pepper avoids delicious broccoli at all costs (source/pepperandpals tumblr) 
tootricky:

pepper avoids delicious broccoli at all costs (source/pepperandpals tumblr) 
tootricky:

pepper avoids delicious broccoli at all costs (source/pepperandpals tumblr) 

tootricky:

pepper avoids delicious broccoli at all costs (source/pepperandpals tumblr) 

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maisonobscurite:

demisoupir:

[D/S]

Follow Overdeauxis/Maison Obscurite, the new blog after been deleted!

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