Pancake virtuoso Nathan Shields (previously featured here) just whipped up this awesome batch of pancakes depicting each one of Santa’s legendary flying reindeer, including Rudolph and his luminous red nose.
Creating reindeer with pancake batter is no mean feat. They’re even displayed in the order in which Santa Claus calls out their names in “The Night Before Christmas.” We’re going to guess they were happily eaten in that order as well.
An endangered southern pudu, the world’s smallest deer, at The Wildlife Conservation Society’s Queens zoo in New York | image by Shannon Stapleton
Once upon a time there was a stag but he was actually a man because he was an Animagus. His name was Prongs. One night he was walking around as a stag for the fun of it and he got attacked by another deer because it was rutting season. Lily Evans looked out the window from her dorm and saw the deer fighting and she didn’t care about the POOR MAJESTIC CREATURE she saw below because she knew it was James and always thought he was a jerk. None of Prongs’s’s’s friends helped him because they were off in America trying to help Will Graham solve a ~*MYSTERY*~. Apparently, Will was trying to find Winston with the hlp of Dr. Lecter and the esteemed doctor went missing, although Winston was found (thank goodness). WHAT THEY NEVER KNEW WAS THAT HANNIBAL WAS THE DEER THAT FOUGHT PRONGS and later deer!Hannibal attacked Lily because he mistook her for another redheaded woman. And she and Prongs died at the SAME TIME the end
This telephoto lens will be my newest obsession, I swear. I can’t get over how flawless the resulting photos are.♥
The glorious work of Tyrus Wong is unparalleled. It was his lush pastels that served as the driving force behind Bambi, where he was the lead artist on the film. Prior to Wong’s contributions, the logistics of managing the detailed nuance of a forest setting (millions of leaves!) was posing a problem, but Wong’s gorgeous, inventive minimalist approach was the perfect solution and provides the film its unique style and warm, textured feel.
another scene from my new manga
this one’s perhaps a bit uncanny…
Can we all take a moment to appreciate the beauty of trail cam deer