Brittanie.
22.
College.
Double major.
Love my horses and my kitty named Fluff.
Taken by this amazing girl named Cynthia!
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13th June 2014

Photo reblogged from Funny Wildlife with 434 notes

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Zebras Crossing (by John Kok)

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Zebras Crossing (by John Kok)

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26th May 2014

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Funny Stuff you like?

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Funny Stuff you like?

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26th May 2014

Photo reblogged from Are you a laugh addict? with 287,031 notes

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26th May 2014

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17th May 2014

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17th May 2014

Photo reblogged from Funny Wildlife with 358 notes

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Saí-beija-flor / Saí-azul-de-pernas-vermelhas / Mielero Patirrojo / Red-legged Honeycreeper | ©António Guerra  (Albrook Inn garden, Panama City, Panama)
The Red-legged Honeycreeper, Cyanerpes cyaneus (Passeriformes - Thraupidae), is a small relative of the tanagers that is very common in Central and northern South America from Mexico south to Brazil.  
The male is a brilliant blue with a turquoise head, black bill and eye mask, black wings, back, and tail, and the eponymous red legs; however, after breeding, males have a molt that produces a dull eclipse-type plumage, which is atypical of Neotropical passerines.  Females are pale green throughout with dull legs.
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libutron:

Saí-beija-flor / Saí-azul-de-pernas-vermelhas / Mielero Patirrojo / Red-legged Honeycreeper | ©António Guerra  (Albrook Inn garden, Panama City, Panama)

The Red-legged HoneycreeperCyanerpes cyaneus (Passeriformes - Thraupidae), is a small relative of the tanagers that is very common in Central and northern South America from Mexico south to Brazil.  

The male is a brilliant blue with a turquoise head, black bill and eye mask, black wings, back, and tail, and the eponymous red legs; however, after breeding, males have a molt that produces a dull eclipse-type plumage, which is atypical of Neotropical passerines.  Females are pale green throughout with dull legs.

[Source]

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17th May 2014

Photo reblogged from The Good Vibe - Inspirational Picture Quotes with 20,191 notes

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Good Vibes HERE

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Good Vibes HERE

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16th May 2014

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15th May 2014

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Good Vibes HERE

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Good Vibes HERE

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15th May 2014

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Good Vibes HERE

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Good Vibes HERE

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