deleosdella:

"The moment you realize your bones are made of the same dust as the planets, your lungs are breathing the same air as the migrating butterflies, and your blood is pumping because of the love and care of thousands;
is when you realize you are not as broken as you think you are.
you are full of the world.”

"Into my soul", Watercolor on Arches, 2014

adviceforvegans:

Fun facts about the animals of the Arctic! 

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moon-medicine:

one of my favorite artists, Camille Rose Garcia <3

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victoriousvocabulary:

LĂOHŬ

[noun]

tiger; a large, carnivorous, tawny-coloured and black-striped feline, Panthera tigris,  of Asia, ranging in several races from India and the Malay Peninsula to Siberia: the entire species is endangered, with some races thought to be extinct.

Etymology: Chinese 老 (lao) , 虎 (hu)

[Martin Wittfooth]

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-It would be rude not to dance, you know.

-It is tradition.

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libutron:

San Rafael - Condor Agate | ©Uwe Reier

Discovered in 1992 by the former Argentinean actor, Luis de los Santos, the Condor Agate comes from a difficult-to-reach 7,000-foot elevated plateau near San Rafael, in Mendoza Province, Argentina. The site can only be reached by horse back.

The agate’s bright reds and yellows are made even more vivid by their contrasting bands of cooler, more-subtle hues. This agate was named after the large Condor birds that were flying over Luis de los Santos during the trip that he discovered the agate.

Locality: San Rafael, Argentina.

Reference: [1]

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