Sarah
lovelyylatenight:

Playing with my flesh toned clay, Black Dahlia style. 

lovelyylatenight:

Playing with my flesh toned clay, Black Dahlia style. 

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galacticaps:

Oh, he didn’t know.

stories-yet-to-be-written:

The Best Pictures Of This Year’s Japanese Cherry Blossoms

The Japanese cherry blossom, known as the Sakura in Japanese, is the flower of a cherry tree that is cultivated for its decorative features rather than for cherries (it doesn’t bear fruit). The overwhelming beauty of the cherry blossom bloom has been known and adored for ages. The blooming period is associated with Japanese traditions, culture, aesthetics, and is a bittersweet metaphor for the ephemeral nature of life itself.

The blooming cherry blossoms herald the beginning of the centuries-old Hanami festival – the traditional Japanese custom of picnicking under trees rich with flowering Sakura branches and enjoying this short but striking first breath of spring. The blossoming wave usually starts in Okinawa in January or February and progresses through all of Japan until April or May. The cherry blossom front (Sakura zensen) can be conveniently tracked every year using this calendar.

Source: Demilked Magazine

bloodlettingbook:

maidinwales:

Do I shape my finger nails like these?

I don’t know how you wouldn’t poke your own eyes out in your sleep.

I’ve got pointy thumb nails and I’ve not done it yet. Shall soon find out

bloodlettingbook:

maidinwales:

Do I shape my finger nails like these?

I don’t know how you wouldn’t poke your own eyes out in your sleep.

I’ve got pointy thumb nails and I’ve not done it yet. Shall soon find out

stephizombi:

wolftea:

new items up! it has been awhile.. 
https://www.etsy.com/shop/HandandtheEye?ref=pr_shop_more

also have lowered prices on several items!

ask about custom orders in the shop as well.

-Husband of the Wolf

biomedicalephemera:

German messenger dog in gas mask
In addition to humans, all of the animals used in WWI, including horses, pigeons, dogs, and mules, had to be outfitted with at least some degree of protection from the gas attacks going on all around them.
All animals suffered from inhalation injuries from the lung irritants, but the threat to the eyes and skin of war animals was less than in humans. Horse and mule eyes were noted to show remarkable healing power, even after vesicant (i.e. mustard gas - blister gases) contamination.
Image from US Army Chemical Corps Museum, taken by unknown Entente powers soldier in France.

biomedicalephemera:

German messenger dog in gas mask

In addition to humans, all of the animals used in WWI, including horses, pigeons, dogs, and mules, had to be outfitted with at least some degree of protection from the gas attacks going on all around them.

All animals suffered from inhalation injuries from the lung irritants, but the threat to the eyes and skin of war animals was less than in humans. Horse and mule eyes were noted to show remarkable healing power, even after vesicant (i.e. mustard gas - blister gases) contamination.

Image from US Army Chemical Corps Museum, taken by unknown Entente powers soldier in France.