Random pictures, words, sound bites and what not from around the internet and whatever comes out of my mind.

31st July 2014

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31st July 2014

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truebloom:


© Untitled by Anthony Bailey

I miss forests even more. I like living in the city. And I even live close to nature of sorts - a very busy beach. But the sea is just not satisfying when you crave the depth and homeliness of a forest. The openness of the sea is oppressing, exposing. The forest holds you in its arms.

Its funny, to me the sea is homeliness and depth, the forrest can more easily be oppressing and threatening. Perhaps the result of growing up on an island. 

truebloom:

© Untitled by Anthony Bailey

I miss forests even more. I like living in the city. And I even live close to nature of sorts - a very busy beach. But the sea is just not satisfying when you crave the depth and homeliness of a forest. The openness of the sea is oppressing, exposing. The forest holds you in its arms.

Its funny, to me the sea is homeliness and depth, the forrest can more easily be oppressing and threatening. Perhaps the result of growing up on an island. 

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31st July 2014

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nsfworld:

Pablo Anwar

nsfworld:

Pablo Anwar

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31st July 2014

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31st July 2014

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thebaxley:

Kate

thebaxley:

Kate

31st July 2014

Quote reblogged from True Bloom with 77,212 notes

I only write when I am falling in love, or falling apart.
— (via leeessang)

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30th July 2014

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30th July 2014

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30th July 2014

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30th July 2014

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