Rodrigo Gradinaru

Rodrigo Gradinaru

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Rodrigo Gradinaru
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African Fish Eagle

African Fish Eagle

Falcon spreads its wings- how he described me. Confused me....I get it now. ;-)

Falcon spreads its wings- how he described me. Confused me....I get it now. ;-)

Eagle spreads wings

Eagle spreads wings

emuwren: “The Jackal Buzzard - Buteo rufofuscus, these raptors are endemic to South Africa and southern Namibia. They get their name from their loud yelping call that sounds like a jackal. They are...

emuwren: “The Jackal Buzzard - Buteo rufofuscus, these raptors are endemic to South Africa and southern Namibia. They get their name from their loud yelping call that sounds like a jackal. They are...

Men's Tattoo... I want it

Men's Tattoo... I want it

75 Best Tattoos for Men in 2013 | Tattooton

75 Best Tattoos for Men in 2013 | Tattooton

This grayscale piece capturing the essence of the great outdoors is both tranquil and beautiful. | 27 Themed Tattoo Sleeves That Are Basically Works Of Art

This grayscale piece capturing the essence of the great outdoors is both tranquil and beautiful. | 27 Themed Tattoo Sleeves That Are Basically Works Of Art

The tattoo is a series of dots arranged to resemble multiple layers of a carbon-fiber shell. It was designed by Southport, England tattoo artist Tony Booth, who runs Dabs Tattoo with his wife, Lisa.

The tattoo is a series of dots arranged to resemble multiple layers of a carbon-fiber shell. It was designed by Southport, England tattoo artist Tony Booth, who runs Dabs Tattoo with his wife, Lisa.

TGIF Dopeness (37 pics) awesome-funny-dope-pictures-34 – SNEAKHYPE

TGIF Dopeness (37 pics) awesome-funny-dope-pictures-34 – SNEAKHYPE

Keep a sharp eye out on your way out of town... we frequently spot bald eagles from the 18-mile stretch!

Keep a sharp eye out on your way out of town... we frequently spot bald eagles from the 18-mile stretch!