A Diggity Dang Unicorn

I am amazing, in addition I'm a 22 year old artist and am a recent graduate from MIAD as a sculpture major. I love what I do therefor I will do what I love. I really like animals a lot it should be obvious! Horses and ungulates mostly but I love a lot of other animals. I post a lot of horses and artwork on my blog as well as stuff from TLOTR and The Hobbit and a lot if other movies I like as well as shit that's just funny! I hope to do what I love for the rest of my life and live on a farm with lots of animals.

Art blog: goatontheceilingstudio.tumblr.com

nikolawashere:

By Rekha Garton
2ufarm:

Hiacynth do you know what happened to my flowers?  #2ufarm #alapca #goats #organic #follow  (at 2UFarm Ridgefield WA)

2ufarm:

Hiacynth do you know what happened to my flowers? #2ufarm #alapca #goats #organic #follow (at 2UFarm Ridgefield WA)

(via babygoatsandfriends)

(Source: arminnies, via tauntaunrider)

fuckyeahtapir:

Artwork by Lucie Noci Upije.
thegreenwolf:

In the Wake of Martha’s Passing - by Lupa Greenwolf

One hundred years ago today [Sept. 1], a small, lonesome little bird passed away at the Cincinnati Zoo. A few decades before this would have been a death of no note; there had been millions of her sort darkening the skies in impossibly large flocks. But on September 1, 1914, Martha, the very last passenger pigeon, died quietly in her cage.

How did a species that was so numerous less than fifty years before just disappear from the face of the planet? Two factors seem to have been the culprits: habitat loss from human expansion, and overhunting for passenger pigeon meat sold commercially. Indeed, these malignant twin forces have caused the endangerment and extinction of countless species over the centuries as human population has exploded, and the demand for land and other resources has grown accordingly.

Birds in the Victorian era faced an additional threat: demand for their feathers. Feathered hats had become exceedingly popular; individual plumes, whole wings, and even entire bird skins were slapped onto millinery confections and sold at a profit. The plume trade became a goldmine, and a feather hunter could retire on the skins of a few particular species. Some species suffered more than others; the great egret almost went extinct because they only grew their magnificent (and much-desired) plumage during the breeding season. Killing an egret almost certainly meant the death of its young, since both parents were needed to incubate the eggs and care for the young once hatched, and this had a predictably detrimental effect on their ability to recover from the impact of rigorous hunting.

Yet we still have egrets today; populations have rebounded, and they’re listed as of “least concern” by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Why?

Read the rest here at Paths Through the Forests.

thegreenwolf:

In the Wake of Martha’s Passing - by Lupa Greenwolf

One hundred years ago today [Sept. 1], a small, lonesome little bird passed away at the Cincinnati Zoo. A few decades before this would have been a death of no note; there had been millions of her sort darkening the skies in impossibly large flocks. But on September 1, 1914, Martha, the very last passenger pigeon, died quietly in her cage.

How did a species that was so numerous less than fifty years before just disappear from the face of the planet? Two factors seem to have been the culprits: habitat loss from human expansion, and overhunting for passenger pigeon meat sold commercially. Indeed, these malignant twin forces have caused the endangerment and extinction of countless species over the centuries as human population has exploded, and the demand for land and other resources has grown accordingly.

Birds in the Victorian era faced an additional threat: demand for their feathers. Feathered hats had become exceedingly popular; individual plumes, whole wings, and even entire bird skins were slapped onto millinery confections and sold at a profit. The plume trade became a goldmine, and a feather hunter could retire on the skins of a few particular species. Some species suffered more than others; the great egret almost went extinct because they only grew their magnificent (and much-desired) plumage during the breeding season. Killing an egret almost certainly meant the death of its young, since both parents were needed to incubate the eggs and care for the young once hatched, and this had a predictably detrimental effect on their ability to recover from the impact of rigorous hunting.

Yet we still have egrets today; populations have rebounded, and they’re listed as of “least concern” by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Why?

Read the rest here at Paths Through the Forests.

campelobc:

Amarelo (PSL)

campelobc:

Amarelo (PSL)

(via bridle)

(Source: , via plasticponyaddict)

arethereany-usernames-left:

*reblogs pro feminism post*

*loses misogynist followers*

(via plasticponyaddict)

paint-horse-dreamin:

Yes he has a dog toy and he loves it! Lol

paint-horse-dreamin:

Yes he has a dog toy and he loves it! Lol

(via bridle)

etoilesdelanuit:

believe—in-love-at-first-sight:

elainalosersmith:

September Horoscopes - The Loser’s Guide to Life

Oh yay, great month to be a cancer

^^literally my same reaction
here we go :l

etoilesdelanuit:

believe—in-love-at-first-sight:

elainalosersmith:

September Horoscopes - The Loser’s Guide to Life

Oh yay, great month to be a cancer

^^literally my same reaction

here we go :l

(via elainalosersmith)

A hoard of split birch bark.  For the chariot wheels.
accioequines:

5-Townfields-Flyer by kimbenson45 on Flickr.
fucksebastianstan:

basedpidgeot:

feather-in-my-cap-and-cheese:

urbendisaster:

what?

The wheels take impact and stress off your legs, and the position helps your spine, but you’re still doing running motions instead of biking motions, so your legs are getting a good workout, and you can go for longer

nerdy shit aside, iamgine how sick it must be to just let those feet fly into the air and do superman poses down a highway

"Nerdy shit aside u can act like Superman"

fucksebastianstan:

basedpidgeot:

feather-in-my-cap-and-cheese:

urbendisaster:

what?

The wheels take impact and stress off your legs, and the position helps your spine, but you’re still doing running motions instead of biking motions, so your legs are getting a good workout, and you can go for longer

nerdy shit aside, iamgine how sick it must be to just let those feet fly into the air and do superman poses down a highway

"Nerdy shit aside u can act like Superman"

(Source: cute-decoration, via supa-stah)

wildwood26:

218801:

buttercup looks like Hitler

MEIN DIAPER IST POOPY.

oh my god tumblr

wildwood26:

218801:

buttercup looks like Hitler

image

MEIN DIAPER IST POOPY.

oh my god tumblr

(via vapupas)

magicalnaturetour:

(via 500px / The Magnificent Male Kudu !!! by Judylynn Malloch)