meg toddz tumblz
meg toddz tumblz
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anotic:

Greenland Aurora  |  Timo Lieber
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vintagenatgeographic:

A beluga whale stranded by a fest ebb tide breathes easy and rests unharmed until it is freed by rising seas
National Geographic | June 1994
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"The most beautiful clothes that can dress a woman are the arms of the man she loves."
Yves Saint Laurent (via penniesinmyloafers)
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gnostic-forest:

charlottegreen:

i’m so in love with this. i can’t even. ah. my favourite feeling in the world is putting your head beneath the water and entering an entirely different place, so peaceful, so quiet. what i miss more than anything when i’m living away from the ocean is being able to duck under and leave all my worries on the surface.

This is extraordinary
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retrogasm:

Weston by Modotti
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bitchville:

Secret HemLoft Treehouse in Canadian Woods by http://thehemloft.com/
Former Canadian software developer and current carpenter Joel Allen built a beautiful egg-shaped tree house, The HemLoft, in the woods near Whistler, British Columbia. The exact location of the house is a secret because Allen built it on Crown lands (roughly: government property) without permission.
bitchville:

Secret HemLoft Treehouse in Canadian Woods by http://thehemloft.com/
Former Canadian software developer and current carpenter Joel Allen built a beautiful egg-shaped tree house, The HemLoft, in the woods near Whistler, British Columbia. The exact location of the house is a secret because Allen built it on Crown lands (roughly: government property) without permission.
bitchville:

Secret HemLoft Treehouse in Canadian Woods by http://thehemloft.com/
Former Canadian software developer and current carpenter Joel Allen built a beautiful egg-shaped tree house, The HemLoft, in the woods near Whistler, British Columbia. The exact location of the house is a secret because Allen built it on Crown lands (roughly: government property) without permission.
bitchville:

Secret HemLoft Treehouse in Canadian Woods by http://thehemloft.com/
Former Canadian software developer and current carpenter Joel Allen built a beautiful egg-shaped tree house, The HemLoft, in the woods near Whistler, British Columbia. The exact location of the house is a secret because Allen built it on Crown lands (roughly: government property) without permission.
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myfotolog:

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