1. portraits-of-america:

         “I remember things—things that happened a long time ago. I know we’re here for a reason, we just have to keep remembering that. That’s all you have to do, it’s that easy. We leave the womb and we’re taught to forget: we watch TV, we read the news, we look at things, at people, and we learn how to act a certain way. But if you keep remembering where you came from—which is not here—you’ll realize how ridiculous this place is.” 

    Amherst, MA

  2. touchdisky:

    Diving in a blue dream by Marcio Cabral

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  4. magrittee:

    Wojciech Siudmak - Morning Poem

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  5. landture:

    *** by arleyagudelo

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  6. morethanphotography:

    Fog Stripes by MF-Photography

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  8. cross-connect:

    Carol Carter  is a contemporary watercolor artist based out of St Louis, MO. She is such a prolific painter that it proved nearly impossible to select just seventeen images to feature out of the hundreds documented throughout her website. Her subject matter is incredibly varied, ranging from swimmers, nudes, flora and fauna, to interiors and landscapes of the Everglades and Italy. In spite of painting such a vast range of subject matter, her work remains consistent with her personal style; painting with an electric color palette, she saturates values of light and dark with a brilliant range of unpredictable color that often takes on the effect of solarization via


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  10. awesomedigitalart:

    Animal shirts by JoeConde on sale $14 though 09/21

    Wolf - Tiger - Forest Friends

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  11. morethanphotography:

    Red Autumn by carstenmeyerdierks

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  12. from89:

    Black Light Bodyscapes by John Poppleton

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  13. "They both listened silently to the water, which to them was not just water, but the voice of life, the voice of Being, the voice of perpetual Becoming."
    — Herman Hesse (via theuniverseworks)

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  14. catmota:

    Chubasco en Granada  (1861)

    Antonio Munoz Degrain

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