oh hello, who is this?
oh hai! it is me! jellybean
do you have any more tea?
"Le Cerf se voyant dans l’eau", "Le Cerf et la vigne", "L’eau frémit et bouillonna sous l’élan du cerf", by Gustave Doré.
Photographer : Paul von Borax
Spider bringing home some take-out
don’t you mean snake-out?
I’m extremely mad at myself for not thinking of that
Gymnocalycium (Cactaceae) is a genus that naturally occurs in South-Eastern South America in various environs and elevations.
The majority of species in this genus consist of globose, solitary plants with ribs that are often only somewhat tuberculate. This slight punctuation along the ribs results in a “chin-like” appearance and this characteristic has earned it the nick-name “Chin Cactus”.
Photo credit: ©Ricardo Ramírez
Locality: Chihuahua, Mexico (cultivated plant)
detail, Judith with the Head of Holofernes,
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