Rusty Mutt

I don't know what I'm doing.
Just ignore me.

art-of-swords:

Wakizashi Sword

  • Dated: late Edo Period: 1603-1867
  • Culture: Japanese
  • Medium: steel, copper, ray skin, silk, wood
  • Measurements: blade length: 55 cm. Tang lenght: 12 cm

The tang (part of the blase encased by the handle) measures 12 cm. The koshirae (mounting) has two menuki, a bird and a crescent, and two seppa and habaki in copper. The tsuba is also made of copper, featuring vegetal decoration. The kozuka of the sword is also of copper and shows a fishing scene. The tzuka is covered in ray skin and silk rope, while the sheath in brown wood with enlarged tip, featuring a decoration of small black birds.

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Caravana Collection

catandcrown:

mondoboss:

spoonerismz:

Now this is what a monster movie is supposed to look like

WHOA.

:I…..baby. 

catandcrown:

mondoboss:

spoonerismz:

Now this is what a monster movie is supposed to look like

WHOA.

:I…..baby. 

(Source: starestream, via notexactlylegal)

foreverflower-child:

Best family ever

foreverflower-child:

Best family ever

(Source: newbyoes, via zoooooooooooo)

woodendreams:

(by Adam Dobrovits)
wnderlst:

Cusco, Peru | Trevor Klatko

wnderlst:

Cusco, Peru | Trevor Klatko

(via brazenbvll)

tundrasretreat:

professorprof:

kiyuukins:

ponies-n-things:

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE

I know we all love Edna because she’s super fierce and determined and an awesome role model and shit but

do you ever think that she feels intensely guilty over this, having made this suit that lead to the death of this amazing young girl

Maybe there’s a reason she never looks back.

why would you do this

(Source: mechaspiders, via kechkstuff)

creatures-alive:

(via 500px / Ready to Jump by Peter Reijners)
wolverxne:

Giant Panda Eating Bamboo - by: Gerry Ellis

wolverxne:

Giant Panda Eating Bamboo - by: Gerry Ellis

(via wildography)

jaws-and-claws:

The African wild dog, also called the hunting dog. by Stephan Tuengler on Flickr.