thehungrybog:

Sarracenia flava, Francis Marion National Forest, Berkeley County, SC (by Alan Cressler)

thehungrybog:

Sarracenia flava, Francis Marion National Forest, Berkeley County, SC (by Alan Cressler)


maddieonthings:

Exploring old mines around Lake Pend Oreille

maddieonthings:

Exploring old mines around Lake Pend Oreille

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The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.
Pablo Picasso (via acrylicalchemy)

(via acrylicalchemy)



faustinepau:

Path by Aaron Webb on Flickr.

faustinepau:

Path by Aaron Webb on Flickr.

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fuckyeahtattoos:

Tempe, AZ at No Regrets Tattoo by Eli BischofMy lovely wolf forearm piece! I’ve named him Lobo ♥

fuckyeahtattoos:

Tempe, AZ at No Regrets Tattoo by Eli Bischof

My lovely wolf forearm piece! I’ve named him Lobo 


Love that vanda and the alocasia! 

Love that vanda and the alocasia! 

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preciousandfregilethings:

polaroidsandthoughts:
The Essence of Ireland. Green and Grey.

preciousandfregilethings:

polaroidsandthoughts:

The Essence of Ireland. Green and Grey.

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vegan-bogan:

asylum-art:

10 Magical Pebble Paths That Flow Like Rivers

The garden or back-yard is one of the best places in a home for the home-owner to express their creative side. Why surround all those beautiful plants with an ugly path when you can create a creative stone garden path that looks like a work of art? We collected this list to show you what a well-done pebble garden path can look like.

River stones and pebbles worked really well for the projects in these pictures, but just about any stone can work as long as you can think of a cool design with it and turn it into a stable path.

  1. Judy White
  2. unknown
  3.  Claire Ashman
  4. Francesca Gallo
  5.  sarako
  6. pebbleandcomosaics.com
  7. Sarah Garner
  8. lorifeger.hubpages.com
  9. Chuck Domitrovich
  10. Jeffrey Bale

Yes. All of this.

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