earthflowur:

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americayall:

Guffey’s Gorge, Colorado.
www.americayall.com

americayall:

Guffey’s Gorge, Colorado.

www.americayall.com

(via tothewilderness)

coltre:

Street art in Rome

coltre:

Street art in Rome

(via woodcup)

actualubisoft:

I’m so glad this man is guarding our galaxy

(Source: subconsciously-conscious, via tyleroakley)

nonelikerae:

Do you want to create an emotionally stable life together and adopt a dog or nah.

(via onceuponawildflower)

asmilinggoddess:

dental hygiene tip: brush your teeth like you’re about to go and make out with natalie dormer

(via haaaaaaaveyoumetted)

semioticapocalypse:

Dennis Stock, The McCoy Commune in Novato, California, 1968.

semioticapocalypse:

Dennis Stock, The McCoy Commune in Novato, California, 1968.

(via vordb)

eartheld:

bradleycastaneda:

Solid birthday gift. Thanks for spoiling me with steep trails and views like this @janellecastaneda #adventureisbettertogether


mostly nature

eartheld:

bradleycastaneda:

Solid birthday gift. Thanks for spoiling me with steep trails and views like this @janellecastaneda #adventureisbettertogether

mostly nature

(via onceuponawildflower)

humansofnewyork:

"We were engaged for six months, but her parents made her marry a richer man." "What’s the last thing you said to her?""I told her: ‘I’ve done all that I can do. I wish you happiness in your life.’"(Petra, Jordan)

humansofnewyork:

"We were engaged for six months, but her parents made her marry a richer man." 
"What’s the last thing you said to her?"
"I told her: ‘I’ve done all that I can do. I wish you happiness in your life.’"
(Petra, Jordan)

wood-is-good:

Photograph by Michael Nichols
Giant sequoias live at high elevations, enduring cold, heavy snows, lightning strikes—and growing bulky and strong, though not so tall as coast redwoods. This individual, the President, is the second most massive tree known on Earth.
(via Sequoias: Scaling a Forest Giant - Photo Gallery - Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine)

wood-is-good:

Photograph by Michael Nichols

Giant sequoias live at high elevations, enduring cold, heavy snows, lightning strikes—and growing bulky and strong, though not so tall as coast redwoods. This individual, the President, is the second most massive tree known on Earth.

(via Sequoias: Scaling a Forest Giant - Photo Gallery - Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine)

(via coffeeinthemountains)

"Maybe it won’t work out. But maybe seeing if it does will be the best adventure ever."

(via unenergetic)

I actually love this
It’s so comforting

(via u-nprecedented)

(Source: the-taintedtruth, via tothewilderness)