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828 notesReblog magicalnaturetour:

Joe McBroom Photographer :)

magicalnaturetour:

Joe McBroom Photographer :)

1,087 notesReblog fairy-wren:

american kestrel
(photo via utahbirds)

fairy-wren:

american kestrel

(photo via utahbirds)

14 notesReblog giraffe-in-a-tree:

Starfish_Oregon2004-370 by jschmeling on Flickr.

giraffe-in-a-tree:

Starfish_Oregon2004-370 by jschmeling on Flickr.

122 notesReblog omgthatartifact:

The Ram in the Thicket
Sumerian, 2600 BC
The British Museum

omgthatartifact:

The Ram in the Thicket

Sumerian, 2600 BC

The British Museum

11 notesReblog triglifos-y-metopas:

Amphora with applied decoration and lid,Nile silt ware
Egypt
1350 - 1300 B.C.
[Museum of Fine Arts - Boston]

triglifos-y-metopas:

Amphora with applied decoration and lid,Nile silt ware

Egypt

1350 - 1300 B.C.

[Museum of Fine Arts - Boston]

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168 notesReblog sombhatt:

Scythian Gold plaque in the form of a panther curved round.
Gold, 7th-6th century B.C.E.
South-Western Siberia, area between the Rivers Irtysh and ObRussia

sombhatt:

Scythian Gold plaque in the form of a panther curved round.

Gold, 7th-6th century B.C.E.

South-Western Siberia, area between the Rivers Irtysh and Ob
Russia

163 notesReblog sombhatt:

Scythian culture, Plaque in the shape of a panther, 7th century BC (source).

sombhatt:


Scythian culture, Plaque in the shape of a panther, 7th century BC (source).

18,114 notesReblog fyeah-seacreatures:

Inquisitive Octopus. By: AnnBuster

fyeah-seacreatures:

Inquisitive Octopus. By: AnnBuster

170 notesReblog fairy-wren:

common nighthawk
(photo by pia oberg)

fairy-wren:

common nighthawk

(photo by pia oberg)

548 notesReblog flasd:

Justyna Kopania.

flasd:

Justyna Kopania.

32 notesReblog jwstudio:



A gold and turquoise plaque of a standing argali. 
Location: Shilikty 3, Kurgan 82.
Eighth to seventh century B.C.

Credit: Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty

jwstudio:

A gold and turquoise plaque of a standing argali. 

Location: Shilikty 3, Kurgan 82.

Eighth to seventh century B.C.

Credit: Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty

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A two-sided gold horned deer with folded legs.
Length 4.9 centimeters; height 3.5 centimeters; depth 1.15 centimeters.
Location: Zhalauli (Kegen district, Almaty region). Seventh to sixth century B.C.

Credit: Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty

jwstudio:

A two-sided gold horned deer with folded legs.

Length 4.9 centimeters; height 3.5 centimeters; depth 1.15 centimeters.

Location: Zhalauli (Kegen district, Almaty region). Seventh to sixth century B.C.

Credit: Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty