(Source: limilee)

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(Source: ancoris)

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(Source: whateveryouwant-metobe)

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artpropelled:

hand made scrolls (by dwatsonartist)

artpropelled:

hand made scrolls (by dwatsonartist)

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"I wish I could just rot under this tree.
That’s my wish; to sleep, sleep, sleep.
I wish I could just rot under this tree.
That’s my wish; to be caressed by the gentle breeze and fall asleep."

Arimura Ryutaro, リラの木  (via mirroir)

(Source: killheji)

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foodfuckery:

Baked Lemon and Thyme Mushrooms
Recipe

foodfuckery:

Baked Lemon and Thyme Mushrooms

Recipe

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(Source: desideries)

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unicef:

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 21 August 2012
A water pump in Zanzan Region of Côte d’Ivoire, where over 30 per cent of the population lacks access to safe water.
World Water Week, from 26–31 August this year, focuses on global water issues and is held annually by Sweden’s Stockholm International Water Institute.
Supported by UN agencies, the 2012 event seeks improved collaboration – at local, national and global levels – to address the future of food security in a world where water resources are decreasing.
©UNICEF/Asselin
To see more: www.unicef.org/photography

unicef:

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 21 August 2012

A water pump in Zanzan Region of Côte d’Ivoire, where over 30 per cent of the population lacks access to safe water.

World Water Week, from 26–31 August this year, focuses on global water issues and is held annually by Sweden’s Stockholm International Water Institute.

Supported by UN agencies, the 2012 event seeks improved collaboration – at local, national and global levels – to address the future of food security in a world where water resources are decreasing.

©UNICEF/Asselin

To see more: www.unicef.org/photography

Reblogged from notfounducyuzuc, 111 notes, August 27, 2012

fscottivers:

“I can remember walking as a child. It was not customary to say you were fatigued. It was customary to complete the goal of the expedition.”
—Katharine Hepburn (Taken with Instagram at Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza)

fscottivers:

“I can remember walking as a child. It was not customary to say you were fatigued. It was customary to complete the goal of the expedition.”

Katharine Hepburn (Taken with Instagram at Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza)

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