To live here…

To live here…

Whoa…

Whoa…

WOW

WOW

doctorwho:

Doctor Who, TARDIS pumpkin with working door

wearableart4sale: Yes the inside is larger than the outside. It is amazing these white synthetic pumpkins. Hayley my daughter and I spent over 2 hours or even 3 hours looking in about 4 pumpkin patches looking for a “Tardis” pumpkin until we finally found one. I think we paid about “$18.00 and but then when we realized how much time we were going to put into carving the pumpkin thought, gee it will rot and be gone in a week and that is no fun… So we went to Micheal’s got a white synthetic pumpkin and did a bunch of creative carving.  The “Police Box” words were challenging. We would do it differently next time for sure. We wish we had seen that gal’s pumpkin carving patterns before we had started carving our own design.  Oh well. This is my first ” Tardis” attempt. Not my first pumpkin attempt. My first synthetic pumpkin I have to admit. I am a purist when it comes to Halloween, but this design was too complicated to not use a real pumpkin.  Anyhow, if you like it reblog it. Hope you do. Cheers. There are 4 photos in all showing the work in progress. The 4th photo is of the original drawing. Closed doors, doors open without details inside and the details inside.  
WearableArt4sale copyright by B. Heather McLean and Hayley B. McLean


This is freakin’ awesome!

doctorwho:

Doctor Who, TARDIS pumpkin with working door

wearableart4sale: Yes the inside is larger than the outside. It is amazing these white synthetic pumpkins. Hayley my daughter and I spent over 2 hours or even 3 hours looking in about 4 pumpkin patches looking for a “Tardis” pumpkin until we finally found one. I think we paid about “$18.00 and but then when we realized how much time we were going to put into carving the pumpkin thought, gee it will rot and be gone in a week and that is no fun… So we went to Micheal’s got a white synthetic pumpkin and did a bunch of creative carving.  The “Police Box” words were challenging. We would do it differently next time for sure. We wish we had seen that gal’s pumpkin carving patterns before we had started carving our own design.  Oh well. This is my first ” Tardis” attempt. Not my first pumpkin attempt. My first synthetic pumpkin I have to admit. I am a purist when it comes to Halloween, but this design was too complicated to not use a real pumpkin.  Anyhow, if you like it reblog it. Hope you do. Cheers. There are 4 photos in all showing the work in progress. The 4th photo is of the original drawing. Closed doors, doors open without details inside and the details inside.  

WearableArt4sale copyright by B. Heather McLean and Hayley B. McLean

This is freakin’ awesome!

emotional-masturbation:

Fucking thug.

emotional-masturbation:

Fucking thug.

WOW.

WOW.

archiemcphee:

“Rob Hull from Doncaster, UK, is the proud owner of the largest collection of Daleks. He has 571 different models.”
Photograph: Ranald Mackechnie/Guinness World Records
Guinness World Records 2012 – in pictures 
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archiemcphee:

“Rob Hull from Doncaster, UK, is the proud owner of the largest collection of Daleks. He has 571 different models.”

Photograph: Ranald Mackechnie/Guinness World Records

Guinness World Records 2012 – in pictures

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wandery:

The Earth is Flat by Porter Yates on Flickr.
sunsurfer:

Sunset Fog, San Francisco, California
photo via google

sunsurfer:

Sunset Fog, San Francisco, California

photo via google

wxchannel:

The International Space Station passed over Hurricane Irene at roughly 3:15pm ET Wednesday.

wxchannel:

The International Space Station passed over Hurricane Irene at roughly 3:15pm ET Wednesday.


This is Mark Wallinger‘s “Time and Relative Dimensions in Space 2001″, a life-sized mirrored model of the TARDIS from “Doctor Who,” which at certain angles seems to blend into its environment. It was exhibited at The Hayward Gallery in February 2009.

This is Mark Wallinger‘s “Time and Relative Dimensions in Space 2001″, a life-sized mirrored model of the TARDIS from “Doctor Who,” which at certain angles seems to blend into its environment. It was exhibited at The Hayward Gallery in February 2009.