Turning the Page for the Next Chapter


Lots of things are happening and changing right now.

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kassie-in-neverland:

My parents got a new cat and I got a new camera!

Introducing Leopold Cornelius King! (that’s the cat, not the camera)

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If I’m 100% honest with myself, my self esteem dropped drastically after I started working out. It’s like every little thing I didn’t like about myself came to the forefront and took over. Confidence? What the hell is that.

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spenceromg:

do your eyes ever randomly go out of focus and then you are too lazy to focus them back in and just stare at nothing for a while

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xekstrinavidad:

gaynerdcomic:

Fire Stone - Dragon’s Breath Opal

Leaf Stone - Moss Agate

Water Stone - Ocean Opal

Moon Stone - Opal

Sun Stone - Fire Opal

Dusk Stone - Fluorite

Dawn Stone - Opal

I kept seeing these around Tumblr and my mind kept going one place.

opals are the fucking bomb

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distant-traveller:

Aurora over New Zealand

Sometimes the more you look at an image, the more you see. Such may be the case for this beautiful nighttime panorama taken last week in New Zealand. Visible right off, on the far left, are common clouds, slightly altered by the digital fusion of combining 11 separate 20-second exposures. More striking, perhaps, is the broad pink aurora that dominates the right part of the image, a less common auroral color that is likely tinted by excited oxygen atoms high in Earth’s atmosphere. Keep looking and you might notice a bright light just beyond the mountain on the left. That is the rising Moon — and an even closer look will reveal faint crepuscular rays emanating from it. Musing over the image center may cause you to notice the central band of the Milky Way Galaxy which here appears to divide, almost vertically, the left clouds from the right aurora. Inspecting the upper right of the image reveals a fuzzy patch, high in the sky, that is the Small Magellanic Cloud. Numerous stars discretely populate the distant background. Back on Earth, the image foreground features two domes of the Mt. John University Observatory and a camera tripod looking to capture much of this scene over a serene Lake Tekapo.

Image credit & copyright: David Weir (Earth and Sky Ltd.)

distant-traveller:

Aurora over New Zealand

Sometimes the more you look at an image, the more you see. Such may be the case for this beautiful nighttime panorama taken last week in New Zealand. Visible right off, on the far left, are common clouds, slightly altered by the digital fusion of combining 11 separate 20-second exposures. More striking, perhaps, is the broad pink aurora that dominates the right part of the image, a less common auroral color that is likely tinted by excited oxygen atoms high in Earth’s atmosphere. Keep looking and you might notice a bright light just beyond the mountain on the left. That is the rising Moon — and an even closer look will reveal faint crepuscular rays emanating from it. Musing over the image center may cause you to notice the central band of the Milky Way Galaxy which here appears to divide, almost vertically, the left clouds from the right aurora. Inspecting the upper right of the image reveals a fuzzy patch, high in the sky, that is the Small Magellanic Cloud. Numerous stars discretely populate the distant background. Back on Earth, the image foreground features two domes of the Mt. John University Observatory and a camera tripod looking to capture much of this scene over a serene Lake Tekapo.

Image credit & copyright: David Weir (Earth and Sky Ltd.)

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gaksdesigns:

Infrared Photography by David Keochkerian

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atraversso:

Cala Coticcio a Caprera by Gianni

thekingdomblog:

the realest thing I’ve ever read. 

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I crave the sight of your sleepy eyes meeting mine first thing in the morning,

I crave the warmth of your lips as you kiss me,

I crave the scent of your hair as I kiss the top of your head and hold you close to me,

I crave the chime of your laugh and the sound of your voice as you say my name,

I crave the the taste of the skin that slopes from your neck across your elegant shoulders,

I crave the feeling of your fingers entwined in mine or the way you link your arm through mine as we walk,

I crave you, and every part of you.

Always

— j.c.d (via l4mbie)

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