1. embrace-your-earth:

    Goddess connections

    Sedona, Arizona

    Reblogged from: the-blooming
  2. ceekbeee:
    Reblogged from: panatmansam
  3. It is hard to fight an enemy who has outposts in your head.
    Sally Kempton (via panatmansam)
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  4. panatmansam:

kevwil: ”Orc-scapade” by (christianlim )


    kevwil: ”Orc-scapade” by (christianlim )

    Reblogged from: panatmansam
  5. panatmansam:

earthyday: Long Trần
    Reblogged from: panatmansam
  6. Art is giving yourself permission to translate life. Exactly the way you feel. See. And hear it. Be the artist you are. Give yourself permission to speak your own language.
    Nayyirah Waheed (via theglasschild)
    Reblogged from: panatmansam
  7. ahkep:


    the past is a strange place

    cops on bikes used to transport criminals like this


    this guy worked as an alarm for waking people up


    one wheel motorcycle


    pin-boys who manually lined pins up


    baby cage for families who wanted their kids to get enough sunlight


    zoo-keeper showering a penguin


    But who woke up the guy that woke everyone else up

    Reblogged from: presidentquincyadams
  8. In Purbalingga, central Java, numerous small workshops represent the first step in a global supply chain. Almost all workers are women, all of them scraping a living by measuring and cutting artificial hair to the requisite size for false eyelashes, and then knitting them onto a thin plastic thread. The job requires intense concentration, often leaving workers with sore eyes and backs. Their financial remuneration for such monotonous work is about $0.04 per pair, sometimes lower. By the time the product reaches Western consumers, the price they pay has often reached $10 a pair – a mark-up of 2,400%.

    Reblogged from: gayspacenerds
  9. Reblogged from: leave-or-love
  10. Reblogged from: gayspacenerds

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