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Serie: Elfen Lied Guionista e ilustrado por Lynn Okamoto,  Muchas de sus ilustraciones de este anime se inspiraron en el artista Gustav Klimt del cuadro Serpientes Acuaticas

Serie: Elfen Lied Guionista e ilustrado por Lynn Okamoto, Muchas de sus ilustraciones de este anime se inspiraron en el artista Gustav Klimt del cuadro Serpientes Acuaticas

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Knario1954__Tenerife

Strawberry Fingernails *.*  #dyo #fingernails

Strawberry Fingernails *.* #dyo #fingernails

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tuaquoise

Triceratops and Styracosaurus by EyalR

Triceratops and Styracosaurus by EyalR

—Kikyō Kikyō (桔梗, "Chinese Bellflower") was a miko during the Sengoku jidai and, at one time, Inuyasha's main love interest. She was entrusted by the yōkai taijiya to guard and purify the Shikon no Tama. Along with her younger sister, Kaede, Kikyō dedicated her life to protecting the jewel, slaying many demons in the process and thus could not live a normal life like other girls. It was not long until she met the hanyō Inuyasha, who also desired the mystical Jewel to become a full-fledged...

—Kikyō Kikyō (桔梗, "Chinese Bellflower") was a miko during the Sengoku jidai and, at one time, Inuyasha's main love interest. She was entrusted by the yōkai taijiya to guard and purify the Shikon no Tama. Along with her younger sister, Kaede, Kikyō dedicated her life to protecting the jewel, slaying many demons in the process and thus could not live a normal life like other girls. It was not long until she met the hanyō Inuyasha, who also desired the mystical Jewel to become a full-fledged...

stick out your hand and feed a bird! We have so many varieties of birds, chickadees return year after year to the same nesting site.  Photography by © Michelle Anderson

stick out your hand and feed a bird! We have so many varieties of birds, chickadees return year after year to the same nesting site. Photography by © Michelle Anderson

—Kikyō Kikyō (桔梗, "Chinese Bellflower") was a miko during the Sengoku jidai and, at one time, Inuyasha's main love interest. She was entrusted by the yōkai taijiya to guard and purify the Shikon no Tama. Along with her younger sister, Kaede, Kikyō dedicated her life to protecting the jewel, slaying many demons in the process and thus could not live a normal life like other girls. It was not long until she met the hanyō Inuyasha, who also desired the mystical Jewel to become a full-fledged...

—Kikyō Kikyō (桔梗, "Chinese Bellflower") was a miko during the Sengoku jidai and, at one time, Inuyasha's main love interest. She was entrusted by the yōkai taijiya to guard and purify the Shikon no Tama. Along with her younger sister, Kaede, Kikyō dedicated her life to protecting the jewel, slaying many demons in the process and thus could not live a normal life like other girls. It was not long until she met the hanyō Inuyasha, who also desired the mystical Jewel to become a full-fledged...

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