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    greenhouseghosts:

    boujiebabe:

    I LOVE MINIATURES

    TINY FOOD TINY FOOD TINY FOOD TINY FOOD

    (Source: 3handsproject, via purplejunkey)

    — 11 hours ago with 119817 notes
    the-leader-in-red:

OH MY GOD I HAVE FOUND THE GIF OF MY LIFE

    the-leader-in-red:

    OH MY GOD I HAVE FOUND THE GIF OF MY LIFE

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    — 13 hours ago with 285483 notes
    vegantality:

awwww-cute:

This little guy was one of the last babies of the summer last year. He knew exactly how to get all the attention


😱😱😱😱😱😱

    vegantality:

    awwww-cute:

    This little guy was one of the last babies of the summer last year. He knew exactly how to get all the attention

    😱😱😱😱😱😱

    — 1 day ago with 26493 notes

    soaphk:

    prettyify:

    newmiu:

    v4to:

    pxrelily:

    Abbey

    still not over it

    iconic

    you can’t not reblog this

    what is this from?

    (Source: messgala, via acidicmoons)

    — 1 day ago with 25978 notes

    bgcfan4ever:

    Mom: wow, why is your room this messy??

    Me:

    image

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    — 1 day ago with 32188 notes

    earthdad:

    When you’re holding hands with someone and they rub your thumb with their thumb is what I live for

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    — 1 day ago with 86148 notes
    rachaeldee:

shewill-movemountains:

rachaeldee:

so lucky to be loved by someone who keeps me wild.

rach = my hero

I was just telling sara about this hike and really want to elaborate here. so this waterfall is on the back of an old privately owned property. it has been accessed by less than a dozen people in the last 50 years. it doesn’t have a name. the hike to it was not glamorous - three miles through the rainforest. it was torrentially pouring on and off, we were covered in mud. we crossed back and forth through the stream, used guava trees as leverage on mossy ridges, carried machetes to hack through the brush when we needed to. there was no trail, there was just a stream in the jungle that we followed up and up. this picture looks picturesque and beautiful but the journey there was not - it was gritty and amazing and tough and surreal. and that is the best part.

    rachaeldee:

    shewill-movemountains:

    rachaeldee:

    so lucky to be loved by someone who keeps me wild.

    rach = my hero

    I was just telling sara about this hike and really want to elaborate here. so this waterfall is on the back of an old privately owned property. it has been accessed by less than a dozen people in the last 50 years. it doesn’t have a name. the hike to it was not glamorous - three miles through the rainforest. it was torrentially pouring on and off, we were covered in mud. we crossed back and forth through the stream, used guava trees as leverage on mossy ridges, carried machetes to hack through the brush when we needed to. there was no trail, there was just a stream in the jungle that we followed up and up.

    this picture looks picturesque and beautiful but the journey there was not - it was gritty and amazing and tough and surreal. and that is the best part.

    (via vegantality)

    — 1 day ago with 164 notes