no one sent me anything for the fucking prince meme
I ATES THIS AFTER TIHS PICTURE WA S TAKEN
AND THEN I ATES THE AWFUL THAT ATE THE BIT THAT WAS MISSING
apparently turkeys don’t live in canada despite turkey hunting being a thing
and apparently the ‘first thanksgiving’ actually happened despite it, you know, not
why is this being passed off as actual information
102-Year-Old Abandoned Ship is a Floating Forest / Image by Andy Brill
The SS Ayrfield is one of many decommissioned ships in the Homebush Bay, just west of Sydney, but what separates it from the other stranded vessels is the incredible foliage that adorns the rusted hull. The beautiful spectacle, also referred to as The Floating Forest, adds a bit of life to the area, which happens to be a sort of ship graveyard.
the Hannibal fandom is like those wealthy neighbours who just moved in next door and something just doesn’t seem right about them
the fly one i can’t breathe
RULE OF TUMBLR: WHENEVER YOU SEE THE OWNER OF TUMBLR ON UR DASH YOU MUST REBLOG HER
WE LUV U STEPMOMMY
Wondering the woods, as I am wont to do of a Sunday afternoon, I today discovered the felled remains of a wishing tree, that is, a tree with hundreds of coins embedded in its bark.
Found on woodland trails up and down the UK, the curious custom is the result of superstitious passer-bys who hammer the coins into the trunks with rocks, in the belief that it will bring them good fortune.
In many examples coins are present from centuries ago when it was believed that divine spirits lived within the trees who could be appeased by such offerings. In one wishing tree a florin dating from around the 14th century was found, whilst Queen Victoria wrote of a visit to a wishing tree in Scotland in 1877.
[Photos are mine]
by Craig Welsh (1996)
I find this weirdly fascinating
why do they have extra bones
so i searched “ohio man” and got this gem of a headline
and thankfully there was a picture along with this story