Someone recently told me "Megan thats because you are a bitter old Harpy who holds on to things."  Damn right.

peripheral-visions: Tattoos I’ll never get but want adding this to my ever growing pile of plague mask references. I swear i’m going to get a plague mask tattoo one day. I just need to figure out how.

Crows Ravens:  #Ravens ~ "Huginn and Muninn," by Woari, at deviantART.

In Norse mythology, Huginn (“thought”) Muninn (“memory”) are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, to bring information to the god Odin. In the Poetic Edda, a disguised Odin expresses.

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Top contender for my raven with key tattoo. Thinking of getting the triple moon symbol as his eye

Common Raven by Sergey  Ryzhkov on 500px

Read "The Raven's Call" on Wattpad Raven (Corvus Corax) photographed by Sergey Ryzhkov.

{Time to fly! Taking off for the weekend! Enjoy the randoms!}

* Wondering if the iridescent colours in the feathers may be an option. photography art feathers bird raven fly Wings flight crow black feather end of day luminescent iridescence

Pine tree drawing | Pine Tree Branch Royalty Free Stock Vector Art Illustration

illustration of the pine branch can be easy change to another color

Be that word our sign of parting  Bird or Fiend, I shriek, upstarting  Get thee back into the tempest,  and the night's plutonium shore.  Leave no black plume as a token,  of that lie thy soul hath spoken.  Leave my loneliness unbroken!  Quit the bust above my door.  Take thy beak from out my heart,  and take thy form from off my door!  Quoth the Raven...  "NEVERMORE!"    Edgar Allen Poe

Eric Stampfli photography - Crow Throughout history, the crow has been associated with both positive and negative symbolic meanings. The most common are:

Raven  - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

Too much horror business...

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