shnarfilyconfuzzled:

Done by Howlin’ Wolf Tattoo.

@howlinwolftattoo

floralls:

by  ►i.Anton floralls:

by  ►i.Anton floralls:

by  ►i.Anton floralls:

by  ►i.Anton floralls:

by  ►i.Anton floralls:

by  ►i.Anton floralls:

by  ►i.Anton

comicbookcovers:

Warlock #9, October 1975, cover by Jim Starlin

good-enough-for-a-poke:

Puuuussssy doooodddlles good-enough-for-a-poke:

Puuuussssy doooodddlles good-enough-for-a-poke:

Puuuussssy doooodddlles
urbanmongoose:

Normal cats shake their butt when they’re about to pounce on something. Polly shakes her head. .-.

urbanmongoose:

Normal cats shake their butt when they’re about to pounce on something. Polly shakes her head. .-.

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View Of The Starry Cosmos
The last time we covered photographer Vincent Brady, he was turning blinking fireflies into ebullient timelapse photos—making those tiny critters look even more magical. Today, he’s again using the universe’s natural light as the source for his gorgeous photo and film work. “Planetary Panorama” is a 360° vantage into the night-sky that morphs the Earth so it looks like it’s moving at warp speed through the solar system. 
On his website, Brady explains that in 2012 he was simultaneously experimenting with 360 degree panoramas in the daytime and long exposures of the stars at night. He realized he could combine the two methods, and devised a custom rig that uses four cameras and fisheye lenses to capture the sky in motion—including the north star and southern pole. "These are the images I created on the cold, dark, sleepless nights under awe-spiring skies," he wrote. 
See the Amazing Video Here
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View Of The Starry Cosmos
The last time we covered photographer Vincent Brady, he was turning blinking fireflies into ebullient timelapse photos—making those tiny critters look even more magical. Today, he’s again using the universe’s natural light as the source for his gorgeous photo and film work. “Planetary Panorama” is a 360° vantage into the night-sky that morphs the Earth so it looks like it’s moving at warp speed through the solar system. 
On his website, Brady explains that in 2012 he was simultaneously experimenting with 360 degree panoramas in the daytime and long exposures of the stars at night. He realized he could combine the two methods, and devised a custom rig that uses four cameras and fisheye lenses to capture the sky in motion—including the north star and southern pole. "These are the images I created on the cold, dark, sleepless nights under awe-spiring skies," he wrote. 
See the Amazing Video Here
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View Of The Starry Cosmos
The last time we covered photographer Vincent Brady, he was turning blinking fireflies into ebullient timelapse photos—making those tiny critters look even more magical. Today, he’s again using the universe’s natural light as the source for his gorgeous photo and film work. “Planetary Panorama” is a 360° vantage into the night-sky that morphs the Earth so it looks like it’s moving at warp speed through the solar system. 
On his website, Brady explains that in 2012 he was simultaneously experimenting with 360 degree panoramas in the daytime and long exposures of the stars at night. He realized he could combine the two methods, and devised a custom rig that uses four cameras and fisheye lenses to capture the sky in motion—including the north star and southern pole. "These are the images I created on the cold, dark, sleepless nights under awe-spiring skies," he wrote. 
See the Amazing Video Here
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View Of The Starry Cosmos
The last time we covered photographer Vincent Brady, he was turning blinking fireflies into ebullient timelapse photos—making those tiny critters look even more magical. Today, he’s again using the universe’s natural light as the source for his gorgeous photo and film work. “Planetary Panorama” is a 360° vantage into the night-sky that morphs the Earth so it looks like it’s moving at warp speed through the solar system. 
On his website, Brady explains that in 2012 he was simultaneously experimenting with 360 degree panoramas in the daytime and long exposures of the stars at night. He realized he could combine the two methods, and devised a custom rig that uses four cameras and fisheye lenses to capture the sky in motion—including the north star and southern pole. "These are the images I created on the cold, dark, sleepless nights under awe-spiring skies," he wrote. 
See the Amazing Video Here
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View Of The Starry Cosmos
The last time we covered photographer Vincent Brady, he was turning blinking fireflies into ebullient timelapse photos—making those tiny critters look even more magical. Today, he’s again using the universe’s natural light as the source for his gorgeous photo and film work. “Planetary Panorama” is a 360° vantage into the night-sky that morphs the Earth so it looks like it’s moving at warp speed through the solar system. 
On his website, Brady explains that in 2012 he was simultaneously experimenting with 360 degree panoramas in the daytime and long exposures of the stars at night. He realized he could combine the two methods, and devised a custom rig that uses four cameras and fisheye lenses to capture the sky in motion—including the north star and southern pole. "These are the images I created on the cold, dark, sleepless nights under awe-spiring skies," he wrote. 
See the Amazing Video Here
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View Of The Starry Cosmos
The last time we covered photographer Vincent Brady, he was turning blinking fireflies into ebullient timelapse photos—making those tiny critters look even more magical. Today, he’s again using the universe’s natural light as the source for his gorgeous photo and film work. “Planetary Panorama” is a 360° vantage into the night-sky that morphs the Earth so it looks like it’s moving at warp speed through the solar system. 
On his website, Brady explains that in 2012 he was simultaneously experimenting with 360 degree panoramas in the daytime and long exposures of the stars at night. He realized he could combine the two methods, and devised a custom rig that uses four cameras and fisheye lenses to capture the sky in motion—including the north star and southern pole. "These are the images I created on the cold, dark, sleepless nights under awe-spiring skies," he wrote. 
See the Amazing Video Here
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View Of The Starry Cosmos
The last time we covered photographer Vincent Brady, he was turning blinking fireflies into ebullient timelapse photos—making those tiny critters look even more magical. Today, he’s again using the universe’s natural light as the source for his gorgeous photo and film work. “Planetary Panorama” is a 360° vantage into the night-sky that morphs the Earth so it looks like it’s moving at warp speed through the solar system. 
On his website, Brady explains that in 2012 he was simultaneously experimenting with 360 degree panoramas in the daytime and long exposures of the stars at night. He realized he could combine the two methods, and devised a custom rig that uses four cameras and fisheye lenses to capture the sky in motion—including the north star and southern pole. "These are the images I created on the cold, dark, sleepless nights under awe-spiring skies," he wrote. 
See the Amazing Video Here
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View Of The Starry Cosmos
The last time we covered photographer Vincent Brady, he was turning blinking fireflies into ebullient timelapse photos—making those tiny critters look even more magical. Today, he’s again using the universe’s natural light as the source for his gorgeous photo and film work. “Planetary Panorama” is a 360° vantage into the night-sky that morphs the Earth so it looks like it’s moving at warp speed through the solar system. 
On his website, Brady explains that in 2012 he was simultaneously experimenting with 360 degree panoramas in the daytime and long exposures of the stars at night. He realized he could combine the two methods, and devised a custom rig that uses four cameras and fisheye lenses to capture the sky in motion—including the north star and southern pole. "These are the images I created on the cold, dark, sleepless nights under awe-spiring skies," he wrote. 
See the Amazing Video Here

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View Of The Starry Cosmos

The last time we covered photographer Vincent Brady, he was turning blinking fireflies into ebullient timelapse photos—making those tiny critters look even more magical. Today, he’s again using the universe’s natural light as the source for his gorgeous photo and film work. “Planetary Panorama” is a 360° vantage into the night-sky that morphs the Earth so it looks like it’s moving at warp speed through the solar system. 

On his website, Brady explains that in 2012 he was simultaneously experimenting with 360 degree panoramas in the daytime and long exposures of the stars at night. He realized he could combine the two methods, and devised a custom rig that uses four cameras and fisheye lenses to capture the sky in motion—including the north star and southern pole. "These are the images I created on the cold, dark, sleepless nights under awe-spiring skies," he wrote.

See the Amazing Video Here

(via klumpmeister)