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19th September 2014

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Messaging my girlfriend while she is in town drinking, drunk conversations are just great :’)

19th September 2014

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wolverxne:

Timber Wolf | by: { Michael Cummings }

wolverxne:

Timber Wolf | by: { Michael Cummings }

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16th September 2014

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16th September 2014

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cubebreaker:

Japan’s Nabana no Sato Botanical Garden used over 7,000,000 LED lights to create this amazing tribute to nature featuring displays of rainbows, auroras, and Mt. Fuji.

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16th September 2014

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fabulosax:

mea-aloha:

surfursparadise:

eastcoastcollegekid:

Take me here

Venice will be my next destination 

this is the best thing i’ve ever seen holy shit i can’t stop watching it 

i wanna go so bad 

fabulosax:

mea-aloha:

surfursparadise:

eastcoastcollegekid:

Take me here

Venice will be my next destination 

this is the best thing i’ve ever seen holy shit i can’t stop watching it 

i wanna go so bad 

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16th September 2014

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How come every other organ in your body can get sick and you get sympathy, except your brain?

Ruby Wax 

Reblogging the SHIT out of this.

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16th September 2014

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16th September 2014

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mongo-push:

This picture to me is worth a thousand words.  Sitting in the abandoned Bus 142 in the wilderness of Alaska is a man by the name of Walt McCandless.  He was the father of Christopher McCandless, the young man who sat off on a two year journey to Alaska to find something more in this world then what he was seeing.  Due to personal issues with his family, Christopher abandoned everything he owned to find himself in a world full of freedom and fresh air, and it led him to the wilderness, specifically to this bus in which he called “The Magic Bus”.  Why is his father sitting here you might ask? It’s because his son, at the age 24 was found dead in this exact bus lying on the bed that his Father is sitting on in this picture.  He died of starvation, his body remains only weighing 67 pounds when discovered.  Leaving his last words behind “Happiness not real unless shared”, Christopher left behind a true story of struggle resulting in victory over this hatred world and the reality of our harsh society.
"Society, you’re a crazy breed, I hope you’re not lonely without me."
- Eddie Vedder

mongo-push:

This picture to me is worth a thousand words.  Sitting in the abandoned Bus 142 in the wilderness of Alaska is a man by the name of Walt McCandless.  He was the father of Christopher McCandless, the young man who sat off on a two year journey to Alaska to find something more in this world then what he was seeing.  Due to personal issues with his family, Christopher abandoned everything he owned to find himself in a world full of freedom and fresh air, and it led him to the wilderness, specifically to this bus in which he called “The Magic Bus”.  Why is his father sitting here you might ask? It’s because his son, at the age 24 was found dead in this exact bus lying on the bed that his Father is sitting on in this picture.  He died of starvation, his body remains only weighing 67 pounds when discovered.  Leaving his last words behind “Happiness not real unless shared”, Christopher left behind a true story of struggle resulting in victory over this hatred world and the reality of our harsh society.

"Society, you’re a crazy breed, I hope you’re not lonely without me."

- Eddie Vedder

16th September 2014

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