Welcome to my escape from reality stranger! Feel free to pet the wolves and smell the roses as you wander, please leave something pretty in my letterbox on your way home!

anti-shatter:

Any way you want it
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10bullets:

Melanistic barn owl by fremlin
tumhblr:

nature / vintage
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l-eth-e:

Eyes in the dark (by Patrick Bouquet)
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nordravn:

Surviving Xmas by Beavers&ducks on Flickr.
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darkface:

Troll forest II (by Richard Larssen)
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mari-hj:

Moss covered logs
art-is-art-is-art:

Princess out of School, Edward Robert Hughes
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paganroots:

World Tree drinking horn by WhereTheGodsLive
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libutron:

choconutties:

libutron:

Craterellus cornucopioides - Trompette des morts ou Corne d’abondance by Vincent Lagardère
This peculiar fungus is known by several common names: Horn of plenty, Black Chanterelle, Black trumpet, Trompette des morts or Trumpet of the dead.
Photo taken in Arjuzanx, France

Is it poisonous, since it’s called “trumpet of the dead?”

No, actually, despite its name is an edible mushroom.
cabinporn:

Turf a-frame in Ansen, Netherlands.
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darkface:

7 - Schwarzwald (by P’tit Ours)
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natural-magics:

Mushroom by Kees Straver
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inmensus:

Icelandic ridge by brennig.hughes on Flickr.