The Turkey's Coop

Whatever tickles my fancy. I'm rather easy to tickle, but still discerning.


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rycbar1995:

The doctor dance moves

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thatgirlupstairs:

John Stamos and Bob Saget in People magazine, posing as Josephine and Daphne from Some Like it Hot. November 2013

thatgirlupstairs:

John Stamos and Bob Saget in People magazine, posing as Josephine and Daphne from Some Like it Hot. November 2013

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from89:

Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw

by James McNabb

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archiemcphee:

Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.

Head over to We Love Budapest for additional images.

[via The Telegraph, The Huffington Post UK and We Love Budapest]

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Playful Pan (1930)

gameraboy:

Playful Pan (1930)

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Early Days of the Steam Train (Effects of the Railroad on the Brute Creation)
by unknown artist
Date painted: 1838
Oil on canvas, 28 x 35.4 cm
Collection: Beamish, The North of England Open Air Museum

centuriespast:

Early Days of the Steam Train (Effects of the Railroad on the Brute Creation)

by unknown artist

Date painted: 1838

Oil on canvas, 28 x 35.4 cm

Collection: Beamish, The North of England Open Air Museum

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