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bluepueblo:

Mountain House, Lysebotn, Norway
photo by zanthia

pikaart:

Finally finished this! California Towhee and its diet.

Pen and water color, 2014.

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"Do you know what hurts most about a broken heart? Not being able to remember how you felt before… try and keep that feeling, because… if it goes… you’ll never get it back."

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lacloserie:

Watercolor / Lucas Allen Photographer

yurioppa:

meet Girls’ Generation.

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De Mi Flor

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tea-huns:

MEET GIRLS’ GENERATION.

inspired by [][][]

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snsd logos

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vanityjeral:

x3elizabeth:

requiredchaos:

stevensweatshirt:

relitseleirda:

jellyphile:

cas-hellodean:

poeticdarkbeauty:

youngblackandvegan:

and that’s why you don’t go around fixing people

and that’s why you don’t give up pieces of yourself to make someone else whole

We do this more than we think. Sometimes we reject those who have helped us the most. Other times, we help those who allow their egos to hide their humilities.

someONE FUCKING MAKE THAT TEDDY BEAR HAPPY BEFORE I CHOKE BECAUSE I HAVE TEARS BRIMMING MY EYES HELP ME

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it may take time but there is someone waiting to hold your hand

My tears

I’ve reblogged this already but I love it.

Dawwwww

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badtzxo:

Golden Hour at Apostle Islands

Wisconsin, February 2014

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alphynix:

Daily Paleo Art Month #9: Nipponites
This unusual ammonite came from the Late Cretaceous of Japan, between about 90-85 million years ago. I can’t find a specific size range for them, but most specimens seem to be around 5cm (2in) across.
Most ammonites had tightly coiled spiral shells, but some possessed partially uncoiled or irregular shapes. Nipponites was perhaps one of the strangest, with a highly meandering pattern and “ox-bow” bends. It was so weird that the first specimen was thought to be a deformed or diseased member of another species, and it wasn’t until more were discovered that it became apparent Nipponites was something else altogether.
Although it doesn’t look very hydrodynamic, and it may not have been a particularly strong swimmer, the shape of the shell does appear to be very stable — self-righting in turbulent water currents.

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