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Change of blog, follow this one →

This blog isn’t going to post anymore.  But don’t fret, there is a whole other blog that will post the same exact thing.  It even has the same URL!

— 2 months ago
Desolate Places →

Daily reminder, unfollow my current blog and re-follow the one listed above.

It’s going to be the same thing, but this time it’s a primary account, so I can follow back and interact with the community properly.

— 2 months ago
Desolate Places →

Merciless self promotion here.

This current blog is not going to post anymore, please follow my new one listed above.

— 2 months ago
Desolate Places →

Change of blog, follow this new one and I’ll follow back.  This one isn’t going to post anymore.

— 2 months ago
Change of blog →

Please follow this “new” blog, this current one isn’t going to post anymore. 

— 2 months ago
Desolate Places →

"New" blog - it’s basically this blog but I’ll be able to follow back and stuff.  Please follow for updates.

— 2 months ago
New Blog, please follow! →

Basically going to be the same as this blog, it even has my old url.  But this time I can follow you back because it’s not stuck as a secondary blog.

— 2 months ago
New Blog Later Today

I really like this blog, but it’s secondary, and it doesn’t allow me to follow anyone or interact with the community properly.

Stay tuned, I’m going to basically reboot this as another blog then incessantly promote it on this one.

— 2 months ago
rhaaag:

WTAPS Jungle L/S Philosophy SS 2013

rhaaag:

WTAPS Jungle L/S Philosophy SS 2013

(via the-good-china)

— 3 months ago with 183 notes

The Perigee is the point in the moon’s orbit at which it’s closest to Earth
Photographed at midnight in Tuktoyaktuk, Canada by Francis Anderson (May 5th, 2012)

The Perigee is the point in the moon’s orbit at which it’s closest to Earth

Photographed at midnight in Tuktoyaktuk, Canada by Francis Anderson (May 5th, 2012)

(Source: earthleaf, via sleepybartender)

— 3 months ago with 70949 notes
fernsandmoss:

image from Gems and Gem Minerals (1903) by Oliver C. Farrington

fernsandmoss:

image from Gems and Gem Minerals (1903) by Oliver C. Farrington

— 5 months ago with 152 notes