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a quick reminder: be here

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heartoche:

mrdaydreamm:

The Life

cute

heartoche:

mrdaydreamm:

The Life

cute

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h0llo:

ive stolen this line and used it so many times

h0llo:

ive stolen this line and used it so many times

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pikeys:

Conrad Jon Godly - Sol (2013)

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bunnyfood:

Leave Hamish Alone. 

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crisenbery:

Here’s my contribution to Light Grey Art Lab’s show, Animystics! The piece is named Drastie Cove after the Scottish legend of ’Otter Kings.’ When captured, these otters would grant any wish in exchange for their freedom. The pelts were also prized for the belief that they would render a warrior invincible. I really am happy with how the final piece turned out and hope you enjoy!
If you’re interested in purchasing a print, you can find it for sale along with other works here.

crisenbery:

Here’s my contribution to Light Grey Art Lab’s show, Animystics! The piece is named Drastie Cove after the Scottish legend of ’Otter Kings.’ When captured, these otters would grant any wish in exchange for their freedom. The pelts were also prized for the belief that they would render a warrior invincible. I really am happy with how the final piece turned out and hope you enjoy!

If you’re interested in purchasing a print, you can find it for sale along with other works here.

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"Note to self: every time you were convinced you couldn’t go on, you did."
written by (107/365) by (DS)

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"To the dumb question ‘Why me?’ the cosmos barely bothers to return the reply: Why not?"
written by Christopher Hitchens (via blackestdespondency)

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humanoidhistory:

Happy birthday to British naturalist David Attenborough, born in London on May 8, 1926. Photographed in 1981 by Peter Marlow/Magnum.

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commanderspock:

lacerto

The Good Badlands by Guy Tal.

“These arid places of clay and shale are the backdrop to harsh, desolate, and infinitely beautiful places. Few hardy plants manage to eke a living here and trees only thrive along scant waterways cutting through the parched landscape. On rare years, wildflowers burst into stunning display of color, transforming the desert into a veritable garden for but few precious days. This area is also coveted for off-road motorized travel, in many places despite legal closures to protect the fragile ecosystem. This is a place where humans always struggled, yet always fought for.”

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