29 nov. 2008

28 nov. 2008

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*** Rick Ownen Men S|S 09***

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...and the bits of things in it. PH James Merrell.

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Hope everyone has had a great week. I have been coveting the above knitted cakes all week, I am seriously in love with them all! They are by the very lovely, and inspiring Bombay Duck - a company that source very cool decorative items, homewares and generally everything lovely. I love how these cakes and the styling they use to photograph them reminds me of beautiful English fetes. With tones of cakes, tea, lace and old china in various miss matched patterns.

Have a great weekend everyone !

* winter.romance*


16 nov. 2008

*Borough Market

14 nov. 2008


NYFW Spring* 2009

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*Marc by marc

12 nov. 2008


This is one of my favourites (with the box fish) The Tasseled Filefish.

The Tasseled Filefish, also known as the Leafy Filefish or Prickly Leatherjacket Filefish, is camouflaged by its light body with dark horizontal stripes.
It is a peaceful fish that does not bother fish tank mates, with the exception of members of its own family or related kinds.
The Tasseled Filefish feeds on a diet of meaty foods including chopped shrimp, squid, clams, fish, frozen algae, and vitamin-enriched foods.



A single bite from a black mamba injects enough venom to kill up to 10 grown men

The Black Mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis), is an elapid snake native to Somalia and northeastern Kenya[citation needed] and is one of Africa's most dangerous and feared snakes. It is also known for being very aggressive when disturbed or confronted and will not hesitate to strike with deadly precision.[1] The black mamba is the largest venomous snake in Africa and the second longest venomous snake in the world. Adult black mambas have an average length of 2.5 meters (8.2 ft) and a maximum length of 4.5 meters (~14 ft). Of the venomous snakes of the world, only the King Cobra is longer. [2] The name "black mamba" is somewhat confusing because it contradicts the snake's actual color. Its body is not black at all; the name is given to it because of its inky black mouth. Normally, mambas have a dark olive, olive green, grey brown, or metal color. Some of them have a light band around their body. As mambas get older, their skin begins to darken. The black mamba is reputed to be the fastest moving snake in the world, and has been claimed to move at up to 19.5 km/h (12 mph).



11 nov. 2008

*Stylish Items

*What I dream about*

+Final Countdown+

10 nov. 2008


These cnidarians consist of a bell-shaped, jelly-like structure enclosing internal organs. This can be habitat for million of cells.