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*.:。♦ ⋅ ⋆ — MARK MY WORDS ! | masculine

*.:。♦ ⋅ ⋆ — MARK MY WORDS ! | masculine

Cerrajeros Cadiz on

Cerrajeros Cadiz on

Alexander Ferrario | Ayumi Bridal Tux | via: Excellent Male Model ❤️

Alexander Ferrario | Ayumi Bridal Tux | via: Excellent Male Model ❤️

Grim Reaper and the maiden

Grim Reaper and the maiden

Foggy Day, Oxford, England Memories I'd like to see again.

Foggy Day, Oxford, England Memories I'd like to see again.

As a fellow artist who's rough drafts are always gibberish, this makes me feel better knowing I'm not alone in my messy doodling.

As a fellow artist who's rough drafts are always gibberish, this makes me feel better knowing I'm not alone in my messy doodling.

My home microblogging - anytime, anywhere to share around novelty ... @) ? Rou ? ? (acquired structure (Fig. 159) _ petal illustration / comic via cgpin.com

My home microblogging - anytime, anywhere to share around novelty ... @) ? Rou ? ? (acquired structure (Fig. 159) _ petal illustration / comic via cgpin.com

Anonymous, Photographed in Taiwan<br/> Click Photo To See More

Anonymous, Photographed in Taiwan<br/> Click Photo To See More

Dryads & Hamadryads are two types of wood nymphs in Greek mythology. These female nature spirits were thought to inhabit trees & forests, & they were especially fond of oak trees. Dryads were often depicted in myth & art accompanied - or being pursued by - their male counterparts, the satyrs. They can be found in the secluded places such as oak trees. They are very shy & non-violent so they are never more than a few feet away from their individual tree. #myth

Dryads & Hamadryads are two types of wood nymphs in Greek mythology. These female nature spirits were thought to inhabit trees & forests, & they were especially fond of oak trees. Dryads were often depicted in myth & art accompanied - or being pursued by - their male counterparts, the satyrs. They can be found in the secluded places such as oak trees. They are very shy & non-violent so they are never more than a few feet away from their individual tree. #myth