hardcorefornerds:

…and shortly after dawn

hardcorefornerds:

…and shortly after dawn

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mackenzie-brown:

Lost Boys is told through the eyes of 13 year old Carol Blake as the hunt for a mad man, puts her life and those of her friends at great risk. viewBook.at/B00BUVICVW

mackenzie-brown:

Lost Boys is told through the eyes of 13 year old Carol Blake as the hunt for a mad man, puts her life and those of her friends at great risk. viewBook.at/B00BUVICVW

mackenzie-brown:

Take a peek at my book trailer for LOST BOYS; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NClhjkdKaao  viewBook.at/B00BUVICVW 

mackenzie-brown:

Take a peek at my book trailer for LOST BOYS; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NClhjkdKaao  viewBook.at/B00BUVICVW 

goppetan:

Happy Birthday Mick!!

goppetan:

Happy Birthday Mick!!

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amnhnyc:

The Atlas moth is our featured moth of the day as we celebrate National Moth Week.
Did you know? Primitive moths appeared 195 million years ago, during the Jurassic period. Since then, more than 150,000 known species of moths have evolved in diverse colors, shapes, and sizes ranging from the European pygmy sorrel moth, with a wingspan of just 0.1 inch (3 millimeters), to the Atlas moth of Southeast Asia, whose wingspan can reach up to 12 inches (30 centimeters).
Learn more moth facts! 

amnhnyc:

The Atlas moth is our featured moth of the day as we celebrate National Moth Week.

Did you know? Primitive moths appeared 195 million years ago, during the Jurassic period. Since then, more than 150,000 known species of moths have evolved in diverse colors, shapes, and sizes ranging from the European pygmy sorrel moth, with a wingspan of just 0.1 inch (3 millimeters), to the Atlas moth of Southeast Asia, whose wingspan can reach up to 12 inches (30 centimeters).

Learn more moth facts