strawberry orange sorbet

why he so many beanies?

Yes I'm still collecting Vivillon
(and manectite pls)



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theartofmtg:

Icefeather Aven || Slawomir Maniak

posted on 10/21/2014 via theartofmtg190 notes
#slawomir maniak #magic « tags

theartofmtg:

Ritual of the Returned || Zack Stella

princess-mononokay:

"omg bolin, kuvira is not like korra like wtf…."

korra-avatastic:

Kuvira is basically just like Korra!
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korra-avatastic:

Kuvira is basically just like Korra!

dmysta3000:

Perfection
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dmysta3000:

Perfection

posted on 10/18/2014 via dmysta3000777 notes
#yah #legend of korra « tags

makos-lightningrod:

There’s a lot to be said about this entire fight between Mako and Bolin

  • They both think the other is in the wrong
  • Mako thinks that Bolin is clouded by Kuvira’s finesse in ‘rhetoric’ and he’s not seeing the bigger picture
  • Bolin is in denial about Kuvira and wants to believe that she’s really trying for the greater good
  • And in defense, he uses Mako’s lackluster duties against him, making him sound like he’s done nothing for anyone
  • AND IS JUST SOME SERVANT
  • NEEDING A LOT OF ICE FOR THOSE FIRST DEGREE BURNS
marauderbat-emmie:

Toph as Badass as ever

marauderbat-emmie:

Toph as Badass as ever

fotohasen:

Weedy Scorpionfish - Dallas World Aquarium
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fotohasen:

Weedy Scorpionfish - Dallas World Aquarium
posted on 10/17/2014 via fotohasen6 notes
#fish #weedy scorpionfish « tags

ichthyologist:

Weedy Scorpionfish (Rhinopias frondosa)

Weedy scorpionfish use a combination of transparent fins and frilly appendages to disguise themselves as corals, algae and sponges. There is a large amount of morphological variation within the species, with colours ranging from red and oranges to yellows and purples.

The amount of weed like appendages is thought to be related to the immediate environment, with individuals living in rocky, algae-rich areas being more frilly than those living in sponge and coral-rich habitats.

JennyHuang on Flickr, John E. Randall via Fishbase

nevver:

Magnetic North