White-tailed Eagle (by Harry Eggens)
The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is a bird of prey found in North America. As visible here, the adult Eagle is not bald, but has a head of white feathers. Its name comes from an older meaning of the word, meaning “white headed”.
(photoh: W. Lloyd MacKenzie) (via: Wikipedia)
(by *Ryan Shaw on Flickr)
somebody really needs to photosop a tiny pipe into his claw
What’s that, old chap?
Is that an opera over yonder? HOW SIMPLY SPLENDID.
CHEERIO, jolly good show.
okay that was a good usage of my time.
this has to be in my life forever.
ALAS, POOR YORICK
I KNEW HIM, HORATIO.
oh my god why is this still going I love it
But what if they’re saying one does not simply hawk into Mordor?
(via dorktothemax)Source: birdblog