hvngers:

a few days ago it was really foggy and it was actually kinda creepy but it looked sick


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dollyx:

can’t stop laughing at the end face/noise

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liliumgrey:

This is beautiful.


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zkac:

  • just because
  • i disagree with you
  • does not mean
  • i am not your friend


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"We like to be out in nature so much because it has no opinion about us."

—Friedrich Nietzsche (via disease)

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"Scared and sacred are spelled with the same letters. Awful proceeds from the same root word as awesome. Terrify and terrific. Every negative experience holds the seed of transformation."

—― Alan Cohen (via psych-quotes)

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your words, leave me with none —Anonymous

connotativewords:

If someone I was falling in love with said this to me, I’d fall in completely.

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youwontwin:

aprisity:

blackcatbelle:

view from work today. 

the dream

perfect


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"How would your life be different if…You walked away from gossip and verbal defamation? Let today be the day…You speak only the good you know of other people and encourage others to do the same."

—Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free (via observando)

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teenragequeen:

🌵🌺🌵🌺


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The Boreal Forest, Canada

The Canadian Boreal Forest  is one of the biggest forests and wetland ecosystems which are still left on the face of the earth (a Boreal Forests are also known as ”Taiga”). The Canadian Boreal Forest has a very large populations of wolves, grizzly bears, and woodland caribou. The Canadian Boreal Forest contains about 1.5 million lakes which are 80% earth’s fresh water (excluding frozen areas) also some of Canada’s largest lakes can be found there.  In Alberta, around 90% of cutlines (almost a decade later) have not yet regrown and mark the earth as man made scars(Cutlines are narrow and linear features created as a part of geophysical surveys). Instead cutlines accumulate water and become small canals.


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IANCURTIES