thepieshops:

Brigitte Bardot

thepieshops:

Brigitte Bardot

Ita Rina (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

Ita Rina (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

thepieshops:

Brigitte Bardot

thepieshops:

Brigitte Bardot

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Ita Rina (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

Ita Rina (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

rhamphotheca:

Greater Horseshoe Bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum)
from unknown source (ca. 1840)

rhamphotheca:

Greater Horseshoe Bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum)

from unknown source (ca. 1840)

(via scientificillustration)

rhamphotheca:

Carabus macropus (a Ground Beetle)
from  the monograph by Georgiy Jacobson “Beetles Russia and the Western Europe” (1905)

rhamphotheca:

Carabus macropus (a Ground Beetle)

from the monograph by Georgiy Jacobson “Beetles Russia and the Western Europe” (1905)

(via scientificillustration)

rhamphotheca:

5 Facts about Rabbits from Smithsonian:  Giant Rabbits
In celebration of the annual spring appearance of the Easter bunny on Sunday, April 8, Smithsonian Science offers these facts from Rabbits: The Animal Answer Guide, a new book by John Seidensticker, conservation scientist at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, and Susan Lumpkin, freelance writer…
2. Scientists studying the bones of an extinct giant rabbit found on the Mediterranean island of Minorca estimate this prehistoric animal weighed as much as 31 pounds! The largest rabbits alive today– domestic breeds such as the Flemish giant–weigh 22 pounds at most.
- Image: A reconstruction of a giant Minorcan rabbit is shown next to a modern European rabbit. (Image by Meike Köhler)
(via: Smithsonian)

rhamphotheca:

5 Facts about Rabbits from Smithsonian:  Giant Rabbits

In celebration of the annual spring appearance of the Easter bunny on Sunday, April 8, Smithsonian Science offers these facts from Rabbits: The Animal Answer Guide, a new book by John Seidensticker, conservation scientist at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, and Susan Lumpkin, freelance writer…

2. Scientists studying the bones of an extinct giant rabbit found on the Mediterranean island of Minorca estimate this prehistoric animal weighed as much as 31 pounds! The largest rabbits alive today– domestic breeds such as the Flemish giant–weigh 22 pounds at most.

- Image: A reconstruction of a giant Minorcan rabbit is shown next to a modern European rabbit. (Image by Meike Köhler)

(via: Smithsonian)

(via scientificillustration)

liquidnight:

Antanas Sutkus
Lazdynu pradzia, Saligatvis, Vilnius, 1976
Gelatin silver print
[via artnet]

liquidnight:

Antanas Sutkus

Lazdynu pradzia, Saligatvis, Vilnius, 1976

Gelatin silver print

[via artnet]

liquidnight:

Willy Ronis
Walking to School, 1954
From Willy Ronis

liquidnight:

Willy Ronis

Walking to School, 1954

From Willy Ronis