~The Shadows Will Take You~

Hi there, guys! I'm ShadowByte! What you see here is a multi-purpose blog for RP, art, and all the random crap I like! I'm into YouTubers like Markiplier and Lordminion777, all sorts of music, art, and super heroes! If you wanna Rp, click the OC Info tab! Come talk to me! Let the shadows take you, friends...

Zumba Global Superstars: WIP by Shadow-Byte
Day 296 of the Mark-A-Day Challenge :>

Zumba Global Superstars: WIP by Shadow-Byte
Day 296 of the Mark-A-Day Challenge :>

humphreyking:

Atlantic Records Sucks

humphreyking:

Atlantic Records Sucks

Reblogged from: humphreyking via posted by: humphreyking

kzyune:

"I want a youtuber that isnt sexist"

  • Markiplier

"I want a youtuber that doesn’t make controversial jokes"

  • have you considered: Markiplier

"I want a youtuber that is actually funny and genuine and talks to their fans on a regular basis"

"I want a youtuber that-"

  • image
Reblogged from: reilpikram via posted by: kzyune
rhamphotheca:

The Origin of Fairy Rings
A number of mushroom species grow in distinct circles that have been nicknamed fairy rings. The name is a reference to tales of folklore suggesting that fairies would dance within these areas, but the actual biological explanation is much less fanciful. 
Fairy rings start as a single mushroom spore, which begins growing by putting out an underground root network called mycelium. Each summer (or season of reproduction) it produces fruiting bodies - mushrooms - which are temporary reproductive parts akin to flower blossoms. 
The mycelium draws heavily on the nitrogen in the soil as it grows and fruits, and the mushrooms appear at the outer edge of the network, where the nitrogen is richest. As the mycelium network expands, so does the fairy ring formed by the mushrooms. 
There are two types of fairy rings. Tethered rings are formed by species that are partially dependent on the roots of certain tree species for nutrition (commensalism), and often occur with a tree growing at their center. Untethered rings don’t require tree roots and so are often found in meadows and lawns. 
The largest fairy known fairy ring is in France; it is about 2000 ft (600 m) in diameter and estimated at 700 years old. Most fairy rings don’t achieve such sizes; typically, rings are less than 33 ft (10 m) across.photo by Martin LaBar on Flickr
(via: Peterson Field Guides)

rhamphotheca:

The Origin of Fairy Rings

A number of mushroom species grow in distinct circles that have been nicknamed fairy rings. The name is a reference to tales of folklore suggesting that fairies would dance within these areas, but the actual biological explanation is much less fanciful.

Fairy rings start as a single mushroom spore, which begins growing by putting out an underground root network called mycelium. Each summer (or season of reproduction) it produces fruiting bodies - mushrooms - which are temporary reproductive parts akin to flower blossoms.

The mycelium draws heavily on the nitrogen in the soil as it grows and fruits, and the mushrooms appear at the outer edge of the network, where the nitrogen is richest. As the mycelium network expands, so does the fairy ring formed by the mushrooms.

There are two types of fairy rings. Tethered rings are formed by species that are partially dependent on the roots of certain tree species for nutrition (commensalism), and often occur with a tree growing at their center. Untethered rings don’t require tree roots and so are often found in meadows and lawns.

The largest fairy known fairy ring is in France; it is about 2000 ft (600 m) in diameter and estimated at 700 years old. Most fairy rings don’t achieve such sizes; typically, rings are less than 33 ft (10 m) across.

photo by Martin LaBar on Flickr

(via: Peterson Field Guides)

Reblogged from: yoru-kage via posted by: rhamphotheca

shota-pop:

when you genuinely like and care for someone but can’t express it without being weird

image

(Source: ghastley)

(Source: marvelmovies)

Reblogged from: tealrallythong via posted by: marvelmovies

Someone give me the insipiration to drawwww

Anonymous said: alphaclaire

'ayyyy lmao' 
In other words one of my close dork friends -u-

Anonymous said: aludra-and-co

BEST FRIENDO MAN
I love her so much, bro you don’t even understand 

Anonymous said: Araonzei-Tomi

From what I know of them, they’re really neato :D

Anonymous said: strugglinwriter?

Also an A+ friendo :D

wilford-warfstache:

Markiplier and Lordminion777 at PAX 2014

The Bromance is real

Part 1/2 

ech-chan:

A++ job to the cameraman for getting this angle i love it

ech-chan:

A++ job to the cameraman for getting this angle i love it

Reblogged from: aludra-and-co via posted by: ech-chan

wilford-warfstache:

Markiplier does stuff at PAX 2014

Part 2/2

Reblogged from: irdeadite via posted by: wilford-warfstache
Anonymous said: Artsysnowleopard?

That person is one hell of a friend right there. uvu