themightysqueal:

THAT LAST ONE OMG

pupyblog:

Archie by Pedal Bin 2study the forms. soft circle circle若いスイカを形作る

pupyblog:

Archie by Pedal Bin 2
study the forms. soft circle circle
若いスイカを形作る

dolls-palace:

cute stickers

dolls-palace:

cute stickers

Xiao Wen Ju photographed by Solve Sundsbo for i-D Magazine Summer 2013

thusreluctant:

Lifting Fog, Carmel Dunes by Guy Rose

thusreluctant:

Lifting Fog, Carmel Dunes by Guy Rose

Give me that dark moment I will carry it everywhere
like a mouthful of rain.

—Mary Oliver, Blue Pastures  (via thosehearts)
I thought of you and where you’d gone
And the world spins madly on.
x

nevver:

Return to Magenta

insanelygaming:

"Song of Storms" 
Created by Matt Rockefeller 
via inprnt

insanelygaming:

"Song of Storms"

Created by Matt Rockefeller 

via inprnt

phobs-heh:

The Jump

geo-wee:

Was there

geo-wee:

Was there

Gryffindor:  Do what is right
Ravenclaw:  Do what is wise
Hufflepuff:  Do what is kind
Slytherin:  PUT A FUCKING BASILISK IN THE CASTLE

awkwardsituationist:

"when i was thinking of becoming a pro at the age of 29, i did not understand the meaning of shooting wildlife completely,” photographer takayuki meakawa said. he characterized his shooting technique as immature. but while following polar bears in northern canada for three weeks, he realized he could empathize with the animals. “i was so moved when i saw their maternal love was so deep,” he said.

since then, his work, as he describes it, is an attempt to show the animals’ spirits. he typically decides on a species and researches it before heading into the wild. he then goes to a place where the animal is likely to be and settles there, waiting ten hours a day for as long as a month before getting a shot that best captures the animal.

(steve bloom has a similar series on maternal polar bear affection)

chiffonandribbons:

Ballet Photography by Mark Olich

chiffonandribbons:

Ballet Photography by Mark Olich