The Kathy Bernie Chronicles

Kate - the land of Oz - grey owls - blue skies - climbing trees - natural history - far away places - camomile tea - 1950s musicals - healthy living

nemfrog:

Fig. 177. A Textbook of Veterinary Anatomy. 1910.

nemfrog:

Fig. 177. A Textbook of Veterinary Anatomy. 1910.

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zestydoesthings:

Otherworldly Entomology

I’ve always wanted to draw something like this, so I finally did! I’ll have prints and things available soon!

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irisnectar:

Handmade lily pad coasters by damsontree pottery on etsy 

irisnectar:

Handmade lily pad coasters by damsontree pottery on etsy 

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If So by kenket

zoologyillustration:

Finishing up this painting of Harlequin poison dart frogs (Oophaga histrionica) and pitcherplants (Heliamphora chimantensis)!

oamul:

ON THE  ROAD

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libutron:

Silvery-cheeked Hornbill | ©fishead2000 
Scientific Illustration - Watercolor and pen.
The Silvery-chekked Hornbill is an African birds scientifically named Bycanistes brevis (Coraciiformes - Bucerotidae).

libutron:

Silvery-cheeked Hornbill | ©fishead2000 

Scientific Illustration - Watercolor and pen.

The Silvery-chekked Hornbill is an African birds scientifically named Bycanistes brevis (Coraciiformes - Bucerotidae).

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artbymonikajasnauskaite:

Pencils on paper.

artbymonikajasnauskaite:

Pencils on paper.

guldentusks:

in the wee hours i made a couple passes at yesterday’s sketch_dailies- kelpie. they quickly devolved into varying ominous river serpenthorses, however…

guldentusks:

in the wee hours i made a couple passes at yesterday’s sketch_dailies- kelpie. they quickly devolved into varying ominous river serpenthorses, however…

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wonderlandweird:

stunningpicture:

Turns out that dragons are real and they come from South Africa (Latin name ‘Smaug gigantaeus’)

Smaug

wonderlandweird:

stunningpicture:

Turns out that dragons are real and they come from South Africa (Latin name ‘Smaug gigantaeus’)

Smaug

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