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24

Sep

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nyxxi:

omgbuglen:

Hindu Sculpture of Ganesha

shit fucked me up

nyxxi:

omgbuglen:

Hindu Sculpture of Ganesha

shit fucked me up

eartheld:

shesgonelalaa:

That time we (illegally) slept on the beach & woke up to this.
Pentax K1000


mostly nature

eartheld:

shesgonelalaa:

That time we (illegally) slept on the beach & woke up to this.

Pentax K1000

mostly nature
stunningpicture:

Look at the amazing stonework on this fireplace.
I need this in my future home

stunningpicture:

Look at the amazing stonework on this fireplace.

I need this in my future home
All my people need to chiiieeelllllll

All my people need to chiiieeelllllll

(Source: jib--reel)

eatingisfab:

i wish i can just read good novels, watch great movies, listen to my favorite songs, travel, see beautiful things, eat whenever im hungry and sleep when im tired but no no, i have to go to school, graduate, find a job and struggle. 

eatingisfab:

i wish i can just read good novels, watch great movies, listen to my favorite songs, travel, see beautiful things, eat whenever im hungry and sleep when im tired but no no, i have to go to school, graduate, find a job and struggle. 

In the spirit of HALLOWEEN approaching & bc this is a job well done with some face make-up

In the spirit of HALLOWEEN approaching & bc this is a job well done with some face make-up

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sea-shells-sea-shore:

when you’ve looked at a word so long that you progressively think “is this even spelt right? is this even a word? is this even English?” until you’re like “who even am I?” and begin having an existential crisis over your homework

eartheld:

mostly nature
Beauty to my eyes!

eartheld:

mostly nature
Beauty to my eyes!

(Source: woodlandsouls)

meta-bubbles:

Free from ego.

Beautiful mats

Beautiful mats

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blastedheath:

Piero Dorazio (Italian, 1927-2005), Arietta IV, 1981. Oil on canvas, 50 x 80 cm.

blastedheath:

Piero Dorazio (Italian, 1927-2005), Arietta IV, 1981. Oil on canvas, 50 x 80 cm.