That kid that sat by himself drawing with no friends in middle school. That was me.
Hi! My name is Xan and I'm a studio art and paleontology major. I love the outdoors, science, music, art, and really anything nerdy. My favorite bands are The E Street Band, Counting Crows, and the Band. I occasionally post my own art and doodles as well. Ask me anything if you're curious ever.

 

aberdreams:

tal-chan:

laylabgood:

#brucespringsteen#theboss#jerseysinger#jerseyrocker#kisshisguitar#fender#music#love#passion

I wanna be that guitar.




BEAUTIFUL photo!!

aberdreams:

tal-chan:

laylabgood:

#brucespringsteen#theboss#jerseysinger#jerseyrocker#kisshisguitar#fender#music#love#passion

I wanna be that guitar.

BEAUTIFUL photo!!

le-fauna:

my friend Tom came over with his epic macro camera of doom we took these photos of Mimusops (my south african named her after a flower she looks like). i took the one with the blue background and he took the one with the red background. there amazing, im all squee about it. plus you can see how fucking next level tech her legs are. she has her big prey catching claws then she has these feeler legs that she walks on. you can also see her baby wings that will grow to full size in the next month.

ancientarticles:

From the Museum archives: “Dr. Barnum Brown with mounted Pteranodon, at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, 1938.” Taken by Charles H. Coles, this image combines two of our favorite things: pterosaurs and Barnum Brown. 
Learn all about Pteranodon longiceps, perhaps one of the most recognizable pterosaurs, which lived about 85 million years ago, then watch a video about Barnum Brown, the man who discovered Tyrannosaurus rex.
AMNH/315699

ancientarticles:

From the Museum archives: “Dr. Barnum Brown with mounted Pteranodon, at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, 1938.” Taken by Charles H. Coles, this image combines two of our favorite things: pterosaurs and Barnum Brown. 

Learn all about Pteranodon longiceps, perhaps one of the most recognizable pterosaurs, which lived about 85 million years ago, then watch a video about Barnum Brown, the man who discovered Tyrannosaurus rex.

AMNH/315699