In spite of everything

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Elana. I'm constantly striving to find beauty, both in myself and my surroundings.

inspectahradio:

every-body-lives:

crazylittlethingcalledseb:

-thereandbackagain:

cancerously:

iamthelizardqueenicandoanything:

stopitsgingertime:

printz-on-shining-cover:

I just spat everywhere

CHOKING

I CAN’T

i think this is a good way to leave my blog tonight

SCREAM

CRYING OHMYGOD

What.

THIS IS THE BEST

inspectahradio:

every-body-lives:

crazylittlethingcalledseb:

-thereandbackagain:

cancerously:

iamthelizardqueenicandoanything:

stopitsgingertime:

printz-on-shining-cover:

I just spat everywhere

CHOKING

I CAN’T

i think this is a good way to leave my blog tonight

SCREAM

CRYING OHMYGOD

What.

THIS IS THE BEST

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— 2 years ago with 19872 notes
imgoverdose:

The animal handlers at the oregon zoo took chendra around to meet some of the other animals one day before the zoo opened. the sea lions were her favorite! more awesome here

imgoverdose:

The animal handlers at the oregon zoo took chendra around to meet some of the other animals one day before the zoo opened. the sea lions were her favorite!

more awesome here

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— 2 years ago with 140981 notes

goodasgoldnz:

The whimsy and fantasy of these images by Laurent Chehere is a perfect slide into the on-coming weekend. Close your eyes and wish your self onto the porch of a flying house. Not so much the burning one.  You wouldn’t want to be stuck on the burning one. Imagine that. Trapped in a burning building in the sky. Burn or Jump. This is getting less relaxing by the second.

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— 2 years ago with 33 notes

zachdionne:

How I spent yesterday afternoon. BOOK SPINE POETRY.

— 2 years ago with 1873 notes
collective-history:

Louis Armstrong plays for his wife in front of the Sphinx by the pyramids in Giza, 1961

collective-history:

Louis Armstrong plays for his wife in front of the Sphinx by the pyramids in Giza, 1961

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— 2 years ago with 3130 notes

fyeaheasterneurope:

Stećci are monumental medieval tombstones found primarily in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also in Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro. They’re enormous - some of them weigh as much as 30,000 kg (about 73,000 lbs), and are carved with motifs and symbols (such as farmers, warriors, dancers, suns, crosses, and trees) that are not well-understood today. Inscriptions were made in Bosnian Cyrillic.

The earliest stećci date from the 12th century, and reached their height of popularity in the 14th and 15th centuries. Following the Ottoman invasion, stećci fell out of use, but their immense size ensures that they remain a permanent reminder of medieval Bosnian culture.

In an unprecedented show of cooperation, the four nations where the stećci can be found submitted a joint application to have them listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009.

— 2 years ago with 233 notes
"It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see."
Henry David Thoreau (via mynameismystery)

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— 2 years ago with 3358 notes

unclefather:

why can’t a t-rex clap? because it’s dead

(Source: unclefather, via iamtheeshine)

— 2 years ago with 119003 notes
humansofnewyork:

He got tired of being pushed around.

humansofnewyork:

He got tired of being pushed around.

(Source: humansofnewyork)

— 2 years ago with 670 notes