took this using my camera

i’ve been watercoloring a bit to force myself to slow down, but.. it turns out my scanner is too old to connect to my mac and etc so.. I guess I better start looking for a new one. >_>

Fenris is quite the thistle plant imo.

Nebel

@ Lisa Catherine

“This photograph was taken in Bonn, Germany where I currently live. I had a little spare time before I went to work so I took my camera with me and used up the black and white film that was already inside my camera. 

I don’t only like the dark, mysterious mood that comes with the fog, but I also do street and travel photography. I am taking pictures of whatever I see, depending where I am or what I do.

I love analog cameras and shooting film and I look forward to do much more in the future. Please go to my tumblr page (analog only) or my instagram if you want to see more of my work!

Thank you 🌲🌲🌲”
- Lisa

Helloooo~ Here’s Day 3 of Frans Week- an AU!

The AU I chose was Echotale, because it was the AU that originally got me into this fandom in the first place (without it I wouldn’t have met such awesome people and made such good friends- so thank you @yoralim for you’re beautiful art and heart-felt stories!

Sweet baby jesus I’m so behind on Frans Week, I’ll get caught up soon for you guys tho, I promise!

Echotale! Frisk and Echo!G is by @yoralim

Original Gaster!Sans is by Borurou

Sometimes it really helps to vary the angles for posing.  I took this one just using my camera on a tripod strapped to the top of a step ladder.  It gives this pose a totally different feel that if it’s at eye level. 

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“Can you see?” - - Minhyuk endorses a game about hungry sharks

make me choose

corazson asked: hancock or robin?

and the center of eclipse

This is from 2013 on one of my survey dates for the butterfly field study I used to run. I took this with my old point and shoot camera which I have to say is one of the best cameras I’ve had. This regal jumping spider (Phidippus regius) had taken out a dragonfly so I had to take a shot xD. 

Do not remove my comments. 

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So I went on a mini road trip with my dad and we ended up in Champaign, Illinois. It’s a pretty cool place. Lots of good food around!

But the best part was the bookstore we visited. It’s called the Jane Addams Bookstore and it was so awesome. The building may be small, but trust me when I say there were a lot of books everywhere. The shelves were so tall I had to use a ladder to reach the top.

I only took photos of the third floor since I was too shy to use my camera on the first floor, which had people hanging around.