aleyma:

Ernst Haeckel, “Anthomedusae”, from Kunstformen der Natur, 1904 (source).

aleyma:

Ernst Haeckel, “Anthomedusae”, from Kunstformen der Natur, 1904 (source).

nationalgeographicscans:

Captive cheetahs, 1957

nationalgeographicscans:

Captive cheetahs, 1957


Rie Reinderhoff , ill l pg 193 sprookjes uit alle landen 1941

Rie Reinderhoff , ill l pg 193 sprookjes uit alle landen 1941

replacement-humanity:

Colour plate from Ernst Haeckel's 1904 Kunstformen der Natur, depicting frog species that include two examples of parental care.Found it on Wikipedia while looking for pictures of frogs and thought it looked cool. 

replacement-humanity:

Colour plate from Ernst Haeckel's 1904 Kunstformen der Natur, depicting frog species that include two examples of parental care.

Found it on Wikipedia while looking for pictures of frogs and thought it looked cool. 

Filmlog: Burb pending
nationalgeographicscans:

Western Australia, May 1978

nationalgeographicscans:

Western Australia, May 1978

haidaspicciare:

Michael Sowa

haidaspicciare:

Michael Sowa

labelleabeille:

I just LOVE Ernst Haeckel

labelleabeille:

I just LOVE Ernst Haeckel

nationalgeographicscans:

“‘Up wi’ the chanter, lad, an’ gie’s a blaw!’ Mrs. Jacob’s words suit the action as Mr. Hamilton plays the bagpipes for Eloise Rae’s Highland fling. He wears dress Hamilton tartan; she hunting Macrae.”

nationalgeographicscans:

“‘Up wi’ the chanter, lad, an’ gie’s a blaw!’ Mrs. Jacob’s words suit the action as Mr. Hamilton plays the bagpipes for Eloise Rae’s Highland fling. He wears dress Hamilton tartan; she hunting Macrae.”

monsterman:

The Mysterians (1957)