Vinny Eidolon
Welcome to my tidy little blog. I am the dialogue writer for Beatdown by Loeo aka CircusJirkus. Just as well I'm a photographer who also has an enthusiasm for nature, retro rock, animation and fictional works as well as the more macabre art scene.

Who am I really, though? Why, I'm a bleeding burning representation of everything you wish you could understand. Everything you wished you could ever be and you wake up every night crying in a blinding fury. Why? Because you simply are not and can never be. May I haunt your slumber forevermore. ❤
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photographyofdavidhanjani:

Black Summer. Photo By David Hanjani
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amber-skies-with-dragons:

Included quartz. 
https://www.facebook.com/amber.oshea.novelist?ref=hl
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odditiesoflife:

The Strangest Spiders Ever
A mirror spider? These macro shots of spiders were photographed by Nicky Bay who lives and works in Singapore. The endless biodiversity found on the country’s 64 islands includes a vast array of insects and arachnids. Further images of these terrifying yet strangely beautiful creatures can be found on his Flickr account. Despite being terrifyingly creepy, the endless creativity of evolution to create such amazing creatures never ceases. The spiders featured above are:
1&2) Mirror Spiders    3)  Long Horned Orb Weaver    4)  Bird Dung Spider    5)  Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider    6)  Eight Spotted Crab Spider    7)  Ladybird Mimic Spider
The Mirror Spider has an abdomen of reflective panels that glitter like a disco ball, or the various colors of Ladybird Mimic Spiders that are almost indistinguishable from the insects they are camouflaged to look like. There’s also the more frightening Bird Dung Spider that looks like no known living creature. The Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider definitely deserves his name, but he looks like he’s knitting. How dangerous can a spider that knits be?
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odditiesoflife:

The Strangest Spiders Ever
A mirror spider? These macro shots of spiders were photographed by Nicky Bay who lives and works in Singapore. The endless biodiversity found on the country’s 64 islands includes a vast array of insects and arachnids. Further images of these terrifying yet strangely beautiful creatures can be found on his Flickr account. Despite being terrifyingly creepy, the endless creativity of evolution to create such amazing creatures never ceases. The spiders featured above are:
1&2) Mirror Spiders    3)  Long Horned Orb Weaver    4)  Bird Dung Spider    5)  Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider    6)  Eight Spotted Crab Spider    7)  Ladybird Mimic Spider
The Mirror Spider has an abdomen of reflective panels that glitter like a disco ball, or the various colors of Ladybird Mimic Spiders that are almost indistinguishable from the insects they are camouflaged to look like. There’s also the more frightening Bird Dung Spider that looks like no known living creature. The Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider definitely deserves his name, but he looks like he’s knitting. How dangerous can a spider that knits be?
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odditiesoflife:

The Strangest Spiders Ever
A mirror spider? These macro shots of spiders were photographed by Nicky Bay who lives and works in Singapore. The endless biodiversity found on the country’s 64 islands includes a vast array of insects and arachnids. Further images of these terrifying yet strangely beautiful creatures can be found on his Flickr account. Despite being terrifyingly creepy, the endless creativity of evolution to create such amazing creatures never ceases. The spiders featured above are:
1&2) Mirror Spiders    3)  Long Horned Orb Weaver    4)  Bird Dung Spider    5)  Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider    6)  Eight Spotted Crab Spider    7)  Ladybird Mimic Spider
The Mirror Spider has an abdomen of reflective panels that glitter like a disco ball, or the various colors of Ladybird Mimic Spiders that are almost indistinguishable from the insects they are camouflaged to look like. There’s also the more frightening Bird Dung Spider that looks like no known living creature. The Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider definitely deserves his name, but he looks like he’s knitting. How dangerous can a spider that knits be?
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odditiesoflife:

The Strangest Spiders Ever
A mirror spider? These macro shots of spiders were photographed by Nicky Bay who lives and works in Singapore. The endless biodiversity found on the country’s 64 islands includes a vast array of insects and arachnids. Further images of these terrifying yet strangely beautiful creatures can be found on his Flickr account. Despite being terrifyingly creepy, the endless creativity of evolution to create such amazing creatures never ceases. The spiders featured above are:
1&2) Mirror Spiders    3)  Long Horned Orb Weaver    4)  Bird Dung Spider    5)  Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider    6)  Eight Spotted Crab Spider    7)  Ladybird Mimic Spider
The Mirror Spider has an abdomen of reflective panels that glitter like a disco ball, or the various colors of Ladybird Mimic Spiders that are almost indistinguishable from the insects they are camouflaged to look like. There’s also the more frightening Bird Dung Spider that looks like no known living creature. The Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider definitely deserves his name, but he looks like he’s knitting. How dangerous can a spider that knits be?
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odditiesoflife:

The Strangest Spiders Ever
A mirror spider? These macro shots of spiders were photographed by Nicky Bay who lives and works in Singapore. The endless biodiversity found on the country’s 64 islands includes a vast array of insects and arachnids. Further images of these terrifying yet strangely beautiful creatures can be found on his Flickr account. Despite being terrifyingly creepy, the endless creativity of evolution to create such amazing creatures never ceases. The spiders featured above are:
1&2) Mirror Spiders    3)  Long Horned Orb Weaver    4)  Bird Dung Spider    5)  Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider    6)  Eight Spotted Crab Spider    7)  Ladybird Mimic Spider
The Mirror Spider has an abdomen of reflective panels that glitter like a disco ball, or the various colors of Ladybird Mimic Spiders that are almost indistinguishable from the insects they are camouflaged to look like. There’s also the more frightening Bird Dung Spider that looks like no known living creature. The Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider definitely deserves his name, but he looks like he’s knitting. How dangerous can a spider that knits be?
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odditiesoflife:

The Strangest Spiders Ever
A mirror spider? These macro shots of spiders were photographed by Nicky Bay who lives and works in Singapore. The endless biodiversity found on the country’s 64 islands includes a vast array of insects and arachnids. Further images of these terrifying yet strangely beautiful creatures can be found on his Flickr account. Despite being terrifyingly creepy, the endless creativity of evolution to create such amazing creatures never ceases. The spiders featured above are:
1&2) Mirror Spiders    3)  Long Horned Orb Weaver    4)  Bird Dung Spider    5)  Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider    6)  Eight Spotted Crab Spider    7)  Ladybird Mimic Spider
The Mirror Spider has an abdomen of reflective panels that glitter like a disco ball, or the various colors of Ladybird Mimic Spiders that are almost indistinguishable from the insects they are camouflaged to look like. There’s also the more frightening Bird Dung Spider that looks like no known living creature. The Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider definitely deserves his name, but he looks like he’s knitting. How dangerous can a spider that knits be?
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odditiesoflife:

The Strangest Spiders Ever
A mirror spider? These macro shots of spiders were photographed by Nicky Bay who lives and works in Singapore. The endless biodiversity found on the country’s 64 islands includes a vast array of insects and arachnids. Further images of these terrifying yet strangely beautiful creatures can be found on his Flickr account. Despite being terrifyingly creepy, the endless creativity of evolution to create such amazing creatures never ceases. The spiders featured above are:
1&2) Mirror Spiders    3)  Long Horned Orb Weaver    4)  Bird Dung Spider    5)  Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider    6)  Eight Spotted Crab Spider    7)  Ladybird Mimic Spider
The Mirror Spider has an abdomen of reflective panels that glitter like a disco ball, or the various colors of Ladybird Mimic Spiders that are almost indistinguishable from the insects they are camouflaged to look like. There’s also the more frightening Bird Dung Spider that looks like no known living creature. The Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider definitely deserves his name, but he looks like he’s knitting. How dangerous can a spider that knits be?
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randomghost:

Mystic Place by Igor Vitkovskiy
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becausebirds:

Long-wattled Umbrellabird. This bird has a nice p…lumage.
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quarkmaster:

Oriental Hell - Judge BianChen by yangqi917
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n-ephthys:

Found here
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89cats:

(by Javier Sanchez)