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cgartworks:

Jellyfish Rise, created by James Gardner using Modo and Photoshop.

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kaiiyuu:

Just watched Tamako Love Story! I…I just…Weeeh////

tootricky:

conures in bird-love (source)

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fayerielf:

musermatt:

iamthepizzaslut:

YA’LL WANNA SEE WHAT A “REAL FAN” LOOKS LIKE

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CUZ THERE’S ONE STANDING IN THIS ROOM RIGHT NOW

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WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU TO DEFINE WHAT A “REAL FAN” IS

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WHAT MAKES ONE FAN MORE “REAL” THAN ANOTHER

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MINE KEEPS ME QUITE COOL IN THE SUMMER MONTHS

Brb dying

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thefrogman:

Reversed GIFs [imgur]

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jedavu:

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park

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fluffypuppyofficial:

Fluffypuppiesfluffypuppiesfluffypuppies

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gwendolynstacy:

i don’t think it’s possible for baby harp seals to be more adorable if they tried:

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just look at 

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their little bodies!

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and noses!?!?!

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and their big eyes!!!

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and the way they slide all over 

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and thIS ONE???

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IT’S SMILING LOOK AT IT

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BABY SEALS ARE PRECIOUS THAT IS ALL 

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antisocialblogger:

Nemo 33 by John Beernaerts, 2004

The world’s deepest indoor swimming pool is located in Brussels, Belgium. Its maximum depth is 34.5 meters, 113 feet, and contains 2.5 million liters of non-chlorinated, highly filtered spring water maintained at 30°C/86°F. The pool holds several simulated underwater caves at a 10 meter, 33 feet, depth level. There are also numerous underwater windows installed into several of the pool’s caves in order to allow outside visitors to look into the pool at various depths. The complex was designed by Belgian diving expert John Beernaerts as a multi-purpose diving instruction, recreational, and film production facility.

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