A Little of Everything.
Antarctic Snow Cruiser Richard E. Byrd ‘1937/1939 by Человек! on Flickr.
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Antarctic Snow Cruiser Richard E. Byrd ‘1937/1939 by Человек! on Flickr.
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Godiva II by LivingBrush on Flickr.
Sexy Horse Ride
Antarctic Snow Cruiser Richard E. Byrd ‘1937/1939 by Человек! on Flickr.
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Antarctic Snow Cruiser Richard E. Byrd ‘1937/1939 by Человек! on Flickr.
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Pigeon Foo’s Booty Appreciation Day!
The Darkest by H0LL0W25
Model: pigeonfooPhotographer/Bodypaint: h-o-l-l-o-w-2-5
Booty in crisis!

zentaitub:

Pigeon Foo’s Booty Appreciation Day!

The Darkest by H0LL0W25

Model: pigeonfoo
Photographer/Bodypaint: h-o-l-l-o-w-2-5

Booty in crisis!

Tiger Moth VH-BVB by joolsgriff on Flickr.
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#artists : Nicky Gardner & Debra Mills
#model : Tracey Rowlands
#photograph : 410 Photography
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de Havilland Tiger Moth DH 82A by N324F on Flickr.

darklunac:

The Kakapo

is largest, heaviest parot in the world. He’s flightless and it made him very vulnerable to predators introduced by mens in its habitat. It’s also nocturnal and won’t mate for life unlike many other parrot species.  But things are getting better for that species and their number almost doubled in the last 10 years. When calling for a mate, males will stand on a hole dug in the ground and do a very special “booming” sound you can hear there. The Kakapo have been getting a lot of attention lately and that is good cause that species really, critically need help.

(the 3 first pictures)

The Kea

is closely related to the kakapo, but it still have the ability to fly. They are also very destructive as many parrots are and it goes as far as killing sheep! They would bite on the skin of the sheep’s back and make then bleed to death or get infections. They do awesome little noises though! 

(the 3 middle pictures)

The kaka

look a lot more like the parrot we’re used to see, but it’s still related to kakapos and keas. He can fly, but he also have some nocturnal habits. Like the kakapo, this bird’s populations have been badly hurt by predators introduced by man, but it is slowly getting better. It seems they have 2 different “dialect”; One for the south and one for the north.

(the 3 bottom pictures)

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New Sprezzatura

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Natalie Wood