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this tumblog is just for stuff that I like. usually all photos have a click-through to the original image or owner of image, please let me know if you find a pic without this link, I reblog almost everything and sometimes I forget to check if the link is available :)

wallpaper by Rachel Idzerda, click to visit her blog!

thank you and feel free to ask me anything!


curious kitty
♥ ♥ ♥

(Source: theamandale, via sleepygab)

nomehablen:

. by Angélica Vis on Flickr.

nomehablen:

. by Angélica Vis on Flickr.

You and me, we’re in a club now

Meanies…

(Source: floralturtle, via ayenelle)

infinity-imagined:

Timelapse of Cepheid variable star RS Puppis taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.  Light echoes ripple through the surrounding nebula as the star pulses in a 41 day cycle.

infinity-imagined:

Timelapse of Cepheid variable star RS Puppis taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.  Light echoes ripple through the surrounding nebula as the star pulses in a 41 day cycle.

(via spaceplasma)

supersonicart:

Erin Kelso Prints on INPRNT.

These gorgeous works of art by Erin Kelso are available in her INPRNT Store.  You can follow INPRNT on Tumblr for their latest print updates!

Sometimes, someone says something really small and it just fits right into this empty place in your heart.

Unknown (via scamanders)

(Source: breathe-fairy, via oktobergoud)

more-dopamine:

questichilometrichecidividono:

laragazzachescrivevainsegreto:

I will always reblog this

brividi..

I’m afraid some people will hate me, but I really like this.

(Source: lilyinadream, via deeannao5)

chicagopubliclibrary:

Antique Book Patterns From Bergen Public Library

Fun project from Bergen Public Library!

A Beautiful collection of antique book patterns from front or end papers. Spanning from 1890-1930.

Click here to see more antique book covers!

(via afragmentcastadrift)

(Source: secretlyl0st, via melapetal)

I cannot remember the books I’ve read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.

Ralph Waldo Emerson (via observando)

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