jaybirdie18

I post what I like. Some days it is very fancy, others just what ever mood i am feeling. If you have any questions just ask.

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updated: 24.4 hours ago

jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.6 hours ago
sixpenceee: Black matrix opal via u/Demogorgone
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.6 hours ago
sixpenceee: Hanging bridge in Boleng, Arunachal Pradesh, India
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.6 hours ago
sixpenceee: whatevercomestomymind: sixpenceee: onepulse: twin-fox: findastone: sparklezoi: sixpenceee: Van Gogh’s famous painting: The Starry Night. History has it that Van Gogh painted Starry Night while in the mental hospital, and that the landscape in the painting is the view Van Gogh had from his window. He depicted the view at different times of day and under various weather conditions, including sunrise, moonrise, sunshine-filled days, overcast days, windy days, and one day with rain. Art critics at the time were convinced that Van Gogh’s signature style, characterized by bright and heavy brushstrokes, was sloppy, crude and childish. Van Gogh used his exaggerated and expressive brushstrokes to visualize the way he felt inside and reveal his personal impressions of whatever subject he happened to paint. The art of Van Gogh was largely unappreciated during his own life and in his own society. He himself considered the piece as a failure, even though it’s hung in museums and is worth millions today. You can order a shirt here Damn it, stop tempting me like this! :P I have a mighty need I need this shirt in my life Honestly those words on the shirt made me cry a little…… LESS THAN 2 DAYS LEFT TO ORDER!!! LESS THAN 2 DAYS LEFT TO ORDER!!! LESS THAN 2 DAYS LEFT TO ORDER!!! If you love VanGogh and youve never watched Vincent and the Doctor, go watch it now. Because he truly was. LESS THAN 1 DAY LEFT TO ORDER!!! LESS THAN 1 DAY LEFT TO ORDER!!! LESS THAN 1 DAY LEFT TO ORDER!!!
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.6 hours ago
fangirlmeetsfilmnerd: sixpenceee: Published 106 years ago today. …..fuck.
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.7 hours ago
theartofanimation: Matt Dixon - http://mattdixonart.tumblr.com - http://mattdixon.cgsociety.org - http://mattdixon.bigcartel.com - https://www.facebook.com/ArtOfMattDixon - http://mattdixonart.blogspot.com.es - http://www.mattdixon.co.uk/gallery.htm - https://www.patreon.com/MattDixon - https://www.artstation.com/mattdixon - https://www.instagram.com/MattDixonArt - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC83ABsUuMNSGH3MbHN9EqBw/feed - https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-dixon-72980322 - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1619265419/2018-robot-calendar?ref=nav_search&result=project&term=Matt%20Dixon - https://twitter.com/mattdixonart?lang=es - https://www.redbubble.com/es/shop/matt+dixon
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.7 hours ago
just–space: LL Ori and the Orion Nebula : Stars can make waves in the Orion Nebula’s sea of gas and dust. This esthetic close-up of cosmic clouds and stellar winds features LL Orionis, interacting with the Orion Nebula flow. Adrift in Orion’s stellar nursery and still in its formative years, variable star LL Orionis produces a wind more energetic than the wind from our own middle-aged Sun. As the fast stellar wind runs into slow moving gas a shock front is formed, analogous to the bow wave of a boat moving through water or a plane traveling at supersonic speed. The small, arcing, graceful structure just above and left of center is LL Ori’s cosmic bow shock, measuring about half a light-year across. The slower gas is flowing away from the Orion Nebula’s hot central star cluster, the Trapezium, located off the upper left corner of the picture. In three dimensions, LL Ori’s wrap-around shock front is shaped like a bowl that appears brightest when viewed along the “bottom” edge. This beautiful painting-like photograph is part of a large mosaic view of the complex stellar nursery in Orion, filled with a myriad of fluid shapes associated with star formation. via NASA
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.7 hours ago
jackiereblogsthis: sixpenceee: Comics by James Lecarpentier. His website is goodbearcomics.com DOES IT FLOAT, FUCKER?!
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.7 hours ago
sixpenceee: A three-headed dragon statue in Russia. It’s representative of Zmey Gorynych, a dragon in Slavic mythology.
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.7 hours ago
did-you-kno: The trees at Slope Point look like they’re being permanently blown over by strong gusts of wind - because they usually are. The winds at the southern tip of New Zealand’s South Island are so fierce that the trees sheep farmers plant to protect their flocks end up growing sideways from getting blown over so often. Source Source 2 Source 3
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.7 hours ago
artmania-feed: Elegant Cityscape Rings by Ola Shekhtman You can find the entire series in her Etsy shop. View similar posts here!
jaybirdie18
Posted: 27.7 hours ago
my-little-ninja: robert-the-redhead-lover: positive-memes: A swole heart Wholesome Swolesome
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Posted: 27.7 hours ago
ramazo: sixpenceee: Amazing Photo Captures T-Rex Lightning Bolt Source: U.S. Department of the Interior THE THORSAURUS IS HERE
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Posted: 27.7 hours ago
bonitavista: Newlands Valley, Cumbria, England photo via christine
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Posted: 27.7 hours ago
imabookworm31: sixpenceee: A picture demonstrating how smoke is particulate matter suspended in air. Coolest thing I’ve seen all day
jaybirdie18
Posted: 51.0 hours ago
theartofanimation: Bayard Wu - https://www.facebook.com/bayard.wu - http://www.weibo.com/2865783195/profile?topnav=1&wvr=6 - http://zhishangyiju.blog.163.com - https://www.artstation.com/artist/bayardwu . http://drawcrowd.com/bayard - http://bayardwu.cgsociety.org - https://www.linkedin.com/pub/bayard-wu/67/b6a/83a?trk=pub-pbmap
jaybirdie18
Posted: 51.0 hours ago
vaticanrust: Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Manchester, 1964
jaybirdie18
Posted: 101.4 hours ago
theartofanimation: Erika Schnellert - http://erikaschnellert.tumblr.com - https://es-la.facebook.com/ErikaSchnellert - https://www.instagram.com/erkshnrt - https://erikaschnellert.blogspot.com.es - https://www.linkedin.com/in/erika-schnellert-4236a876 - https://twitter.com/erkshnrt