This doesnt even need its own caption just bask in the glory of petch
is this in relation to lonk from penslyvania
Amanda Nand photo - Eleven wildfires are currently burning in Alberta, and officials say all but one are under control.
What a beautiful creature.
The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.
No I’m not crying. It’s allergies.
omg I can’t stop crying
WHY DON’T THEY DO THIS EVERYWHERE!?
A glorious fuck-ton of perspective angle references (per request).
[From various sources.]
NEW DOG PARK OPENS AT MISSION VALLEY MALL
The grand opening was held on July 17th for a new dog park at the Mission Valley Mall in San Diego. The new park, located near Macy’s, is 300-square-feet in size and features synthetic grass, automatic water stations, and benches. The San Diego Humane Society and SPCA already has several events scheduled for the new dog park. Looks like a great place to play! (Photos by Kevin Andrew Falk)
This seems like a terrible idea to me to be honest.
Dog parks make me cringe… While people generally take great care to monitor their dogs actions, you’re going to always have that batch of stupid people who toss an unsocialized dog in there who never left his house and it turns into a disaster.
Why you do dis :(
top pic looks like Slinky from Toy Story
Oh gosh! How can people find this “badass”???
Dog skull snap
- Maker: Emanuel Pioté (Austrian, Vienna 1781–1865)
- Decorator: Jacob H. Köchert (Austrian, Vienna 1795–1868)
- Dated: circa 1825
- Culture: Austrian, Vienna
- Medium: steel, gold, enamel, agate, wood, leather
- Measurements: overall lenght 26 15/16 inches (68.5 cm)
- Inscription: (engraved on face of blade) Vivat / Carolus 6 / Imperator / et Rex Boh. / 1723 (with Austrian double-headed eagle crowned); (around upper rim of locket) Piote & Kochert / Jouilliers de la Cour / à Vienne
- Marking: Arms: (top of hilt) Hoyos Sprinzenstein; (on chape), Imperial arms of Austri
This richly decorated sword was made for one of the counts Hoyos-Sprinzenstein. His enameled coat of arms surmounts the lion-headed pommel. The scabbard locket is inscribed “Pioté et Köchert,” the leading Viennese jewelers of the nineteenth century.