brittanyschall:

Yosuke Amemiya

brittanyschall:

Yosuke Amemiya

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there needs to be an abridged version of homestuck??

i can’t even get through a ten page textbook but i don’t want to miss out

dignifiedrice:

Oh my God are you guys freaking out about today’s Questionable Content comic? 

I’M freaking out about today’s Questionable Content comic! 

ourladyoffemslash:

CAN I JUST TAKE A MOMENT TO SAY that the third largest webcomic on the internet just had the main character enter into a relationship with an openly trans woman? Like can that be a thing we all appreciate for a moment?

treesandfangs:

claire/marten is the best ship tbh

cute lil redhead with a massive crush? cute lil canon trans girl who is not shown any different than any other girl? cite lil canon trans girl with a massive crush on the MAIN CHARACTER who is being encouraged by another main character anD BEING SHOWN MASSIVE AFFECTION BY HER CRUSH? 

AWKWARD HIPSTER AND AWKWARD LIBRARIAN GEEK?

THE BEST SHIP

blastedheath:

Abolghassem Saidi (Iranian, b. 1926), Untitled, 1973. Oil on canvas, 200 x 200 cm.

blastedheath:

Abolghassem Saidi (Iranian, b. 1926), Untitled, 1973. Oil on canvas, 200 x 200 cm.

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pinfire:

FAMOUS OPAL NOW FOR SALE

This famous opal from Opal Butte (Oregon) is currently for sale on Opal Auctions:

http://www.opalauctions.com/auctions/usa-opal/oregon-opals/item-459658

In a size of 60 x 45 x 41mm and a weight of 740 carats this exceptional opal shows an underwater world of inclusions and a rare play-of-color in transmission (it’s a so-called “contra-luz” opal”)

tuckernectar:

Oregon Contra Luz Opal from Oregon, USA.

tuckernectar:

Oregon Contra Luz Opal from Oregon, USA.


170 carat opal with Contra luz color plays. Origin: Opal Butte, Oregon. Contra Luz opals describe precious opals where the play of colors is only visible when held up to the light.

170 carat opal with Contra luz color plays. Origin: Opal Butte, Oregon. Contra Luz opals describe precious opals where the play of colors is only visible when held up to the light.

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