THEY'RE COMING, THEY'RE COMING
classic-art:

Wild Asters
Dennis Miller Bunker, 1889
people in high school used to call me “succulent tendril” due to my habit of sprouting rather succulent tendrils from my body that classmates could pick and consume, to their endless delight
the-garden-of-delights:

"Summer is Incumen In" (also known as "Summer Has Come In") (1902) (detail) by Herbert Arnould Olivier (1861-1952).
theopaldreamcave:

Mermaid at Hampton Court (by ukjohn)
Like if masculinity as a cultural default is ruining your life, Reblog for the creation of an all-girl space station where everyone gets free glitter eyeshadow and dessert, Ignore if you’re a boy because I hate you
libutron:

Sturmanite | ©madmineralz.com
Sturmanite is a secondary sulfate mineral found in in cavities in metamorphosed manganese deposits. Crystals are vitreous and greasy, bright yellow to amber in color.
This mineral has been found in some locations in Russia and South Africa.
Reference: [1]
genderphobia:

omg i wanna be this bby
020191:

Chris Dorley-Brown