My Celestial Verse
"This sky we live in is no place to lose your wings, so love, love, love."
My Celestial Verse
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slowartday:

Elise Mahan
slowartday:

Elise Mahan
slowartday:

Elise Mahan
slowartday:

Elise Mahan
slowartday:

Elise Mahan
slowartday:

Elise Mahan
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"I believe in God, only I spell it “Nature”."
Frank Lloyd Wright (via pricum)
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nirvikalpasamadhi:

morbane:

stelliii:

viriditenebrarum:

luminousinsect:

bergtagen:

holdadesertfeelitshand:

kriemhildsrevenge:

in-circles:
Gartenlaube.

(via in-circles)
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penabranca:

Arcus Coelestis
©Penabranca
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artchipel:

Gosia Herba (b.1985, Poland)
Gosia Herba lives and draws in Wrocław. Graduated of Art History at the University of Wrocław, she illustrates for many magazines and cultural institutions.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Gosia Herba | artist found at Behance]
artchipel:

Gosia Herba (b.1985, Poland)
Gosia Herba lives and draws in Wrocław. Graduated of Art History at the University of Wrocław, she illustrates for many magazines and cultural institutions.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Gosia Herba | artist found at Behance]
artchipel:

Gosia Herba (b.1985, Poland)
Gosia Herba lives and draws in Wrocław. Graduated of Art History at the University of Wrocław, she illustrates for many magazines and cultural institutions.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Gosia Herba | artist found at Behance]
artchipel:

Gosia Herba (b.1985, Poland)
Gosia Herba lives and draws in Wrocław. Graduated of Art History at the University of Wrocław, she illustrates for many magazines and cultural institutions.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Gosia Herba | artist found at Behance]
artchipel:

Gosia Herba (b.1985, Poland)
Gosia Herba lives and draws in Wrocław. Graduated of Art History at the University of Wrocław, she illustrates for many magazines and cultural institutions.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Gosia Herba | artist found at Behance]
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yogicphotos:

Rachel
Mysore, India
Christine Hewitt © yogicphotos.com
yogicphotos:

Rachel
Mysore, India
Christine Hewitt © yogicphotos.com
yogicphotos:

Rachel
Mysore, India
Christine Hewitt © yogicphotos.com
yogicphotos:

Rachel
Mysore, India
Christine Hewitt © yogicphotos.com
yogicphotos:

Rachel
Mysore, India
Christine Hewitt © yogicphotos.com
yogicphotos:

Rachel
Mysore, India
Christine Hewitt © yogicphotos.com
yogicphotos:

Rachel
Mysore, India
Christine Hewitt © yogicphotos.com
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pureveganimagination:

Handsome Norman, a rescued veal calf, living out a happy long life at Snooters Farm Sanctuary in Ontario.
pureveganimagination:

Handsome Norman, a rescued veal calf, living out a happy long life at Snooters Farm Sanctuary in Ontario.
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cloodiedraws:

Inspired by this post
cloodiedraws:

Inspired by this post
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kateoplis:

"In celebration of Mother’s Day we wanted to highlight one of our Moms for you:
 Meet Manhattan. Our most unintentionally fashionable mom. She always seems to jibe so well (and with such aesthetic-elegance) with her natural surroundings, no matter the context. Sans effort. Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter. She’s an active participant in the scenery. No, she is the scenery.
Here are some of the things you might not know about Manhattan:
She is, underneath all the glitz, very down to earth and is actually kind of a goof who doesn’t take herself seriously AT ALL!
She harbors zero jealousy toward other goats (aka: not a head-butter)
She’ll sometimes, if she feels like it, let you comb her cheek, for like a second – but, unlike Junebug for example, she doesn’t clamor for it. She strikes a mellower chord when it comes to intimacy.
She exhibits zero shame when devouring apples in front of strangers – on the contrary, she’s more likely to stare directly at you while she’s doing it. Not in a provocative way – more in a “whatever” kind of way. Which is both amusing to the spectator and simultaneously calming, somehow. Potentially unsettling.
Her appetite is near-unfathomable by all measures.
She’s the tallest and most effective tree-toppler of the bunch. She stands well over six feet tall when balancing on her hind legs, reaching for the last leaf (Picture: a clown on a tight rope).
And finally, she’s a unique and lovely, quietly cheering-from-the-sidelines, patient, sweet, independent, lead-by-example, chill-as-a-cucumber kind of a mom to her three completely ridiculous-looking and insanely cute daughters: Queens, Brooklyn, and Harlem (her youngest). I mean, what incomparable creatures!”
farmweather
kateoplis:

"In celebration of Mother’s Day we wanted to highlight one of our Moms for you:
 Meet Manhattan. Our most unintentionally fashionable mom. She always seems to jibe so well (and with such aesthetic-elegance) with her natural surroundings, no matter the context. Sans effort. Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter. She’s an active participant in the scenery. No, she is the scenery.
Here are some of the things you might not know about Manhattan:
She is, underneath all the glitz, very down to earth and is actually kind of a goof who doesn’t take herself seriously AT ALL!
She harbors zero jealousy toward other goats (aka: not a head-butter)
She’ll sometimes, if she feels like it, let you comb her cheek, for like a second – but, unlike Junebug for example, she doesn’t clamor for it. She strikes a mellower chord when it comes to intimacy.
She exhibits zero shame when devouring apples in front of strangers – on the contrary, she’s more likely to stare directly at you while she’s doing it. Not in a provocative way – more in a “whatever” kind of way. Which is both amusing to the spectator and simultaneously calming, somehow. Potentially unsettling.
Her appetite is near-unfathomable by all measures.
She’s the tallest and most effective tree-toppler of the bunch. She stands well over six feet tall when balancing on her hind legs, reaching for the last leaf (Picture: a clown on a tight rope).
And finally, she’s a unique and lovely, quietly cheering-from-the-sidelines, patient, sweet, independent, lead-by-example, chill-as-a-cucumber kind of a mom to her three completely ridiculous-looking and insanely cute daughters: Queens, Brooklyn, and Harlem (her youngest). I mean, what incomparable creatures!”
farmweather
kateoplis:

"In celebration of Mother’s Day we wanted to highlight one of our Moms for you:
 Meet Manhattan. Our most unintentionally fashionable mom. She always seems to jibe so well (and with such aesthetic-elegance) with her natural surroundings, no matter the context. Sans effort. Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter. She’s an active participant in the scenery. No, she is the scenery.
Here are some of the things you might not know about Manhattan:
She is, underneath all the glitz, very down to earth and is actually kind of a goof who doesn’t take herself seriously AT ALL!
She harbors zero jealousy toward other goats (aka: not a head-butter)
She’ll sometimes, if she feels like it, let you comb her cheek, for like a second – but, unlike Junebug for example, she doesn’t clamor for it. She strikes a mellower chord when it comes to intimacy.
She exhibits zero shame when devouring apples in front of strangers – on the contrary, she’s more likely to stare directly at you while she’s doing it. Not in a provocative way – more in a “whatever” kind of way. Which is both amusing to the spectator and simultaneously calming, somehow. Potentially unsettling.
Her appetite is near-unfathomable by all measures.
She’s the tallest and most effective tree-toppler of the bunch. She stands well over six feet tall when balancing on her hind legs, reaching for the last leaf (Picture: a clown on a tight rope).
And finally, she’s a unique and lovely, quietly cheering-from-the-sidelines, patient, sweet, independent, lead-by-example, chill-as-a-cucumber kind of a mom to her three completely ridiculous-looking and insanely cute daughters: Queens, Brooklyn, and Harlem (her youngest). I mean, what incomparable creatures!”
farmweather
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indie-moonlight:

rad
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leslieannodell:

Psyche © Leslie Ann O’Dell
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pussiesonparade:

"Lion"Paul RobbinsBryn Llanelli, Wales#1002