"I am rooted, but I flow"

♑️sun ♍️moon ♓️ascending

“Carry your heart through this world like a life-giving sun.”

– Rumi (via saalik)

decepticun:

Untitled | by Nikola Ostrun

decepticun:

Untitled | by Nikola Ostrun
landture:

Milky Way Silhouette by Kit716http://ift.tt/1qRl59q

landture:

Milky Way Silhouette by Kit716
http://ift.tt/1qRl59q

norajbird:

laughingwillheal:

nerv0us:

Cabin in the woods small size by Annarack on Flickr.

I think I want this tattooed

I WANT THIS AS A TATTOO

norajbird:

laughingwillheal:

nerv0us:

Cabin in the woods small size by Annarack on Flickr.

I think I want this tattooed

I WANT THIS AS A TATTOO

“Every mouth you’ve ever kissed
was just practice
all the bodies you’ve ever undressed
and ploughed in to
were preparing you for me.
i don’t mind tasting them in the
memory of your mouth
they were a long hall way
a door half open
a single suit case still on the conveyor belt
was it a long journey?
Did it take you long to find me?
You’re here now,
welcome home.”

– Warsan Shire, Welcome Home (via moon-medicine)

deathhasnomercy:

by Michael Everett

deathhasnomercy:

by Michael Everett

theleafycauldron:

OH, GOODNESS! Do we ever have something exciting for you to cap off your weekend!The Leafy Cauldron Build-Your-Own-Taco Party is back and we’re better than ever with our autumn edition! Expect to find warm, spicy flavours co-mingling with mushrooms, black beans, eggplant and sweet potatoes, alongside bright, fresh vegetables- including a fast and easy no-sodium taco seasoning - and all ready to inspire you for your next casual and fun dinner party (or maybe just because you REALLY LOVE TACOS! Check it out!

90377:

Mamiya RZ67 - C - FujiVelvia50 - Vitsippor I by Gustaf_E on Flickr.

90377:

Mamiya RZ67 - C - FujiVelvia50 - Vitsippor I by Gustaf_E on Flickr.

ganja-forevermore:

beatsandbuds:

Bonsai cannabis plant

😍

ganja-forevermore:

beatsandbuds:

Bonsai cannabis plant

😍

irisharchaeology:

Trial motifs carved into pieces of animal bone from Roestown, Co. Meath. Dating from circa the 7th century AD, they were probably used to practise motifs which were later used in fine metalworking (Photo John Sunderland and via Deevy, M & Murphy, D (eds) 2009. Places along the Way. First Findings on the M3. National Roads Authority, p. 64)

irisharchaeology:

Trial motifs carved into pieces of animal bone from Roestown, Co. Meath. Dating from circa the 7th century AD, they were probably used to practise motifs which were later used in fine metalworking 

(Photo John Sunderland and via Deevy, M & Murphy, D (eds) 2009. Places along the Way. First Findings on the M3. National Roads Authority, p. 64)