"Our body is a machine for living. It is organized for that, it is its nature. Let life go on in it unhindered and let it defend itself, it will do more than if you paralyze it by encumbering it with remedies."

- Leo Tolstoy (via larmoyante)

(via tedinterrupted)


"The power is in the rawness and the passion"

As photographed by Lance Mercer 1992-1995

(via in--my--time--of--dying)


Laying in my hammock under the Oregon stars I couldn’t help but smile.. mostly because I attracted every bug in the area with my light and there was an awesome bat frenzy above me. So not only was it beautiful, I got to experience what it’s like to be Batman. What an adventure! #wearestillwild
@gerbergear #outtarange (at The Bat Cave!)

CG4: A Ruptured Cometary Globule 
The “claw” of this odd looking “creature” in the above photo is a gas cloud known as a cometary globule. This globule, however, has ruptured. Cometary globules are typically characterized by dusty heads and elongated tails. These features cause cometary globules to have visual similarities to comets, but in reality they are very much different. Globules are frequently the birthplaces of stars, and many show very young stars in their heads. The reason for the rupture in the head of this object is not completely known. The galaxy to the left of the globule is huge, very far in the distance, and only placed near CG4 by chance superposition.
Image Credit & Copyright: Jason Jennings (cosmicphotos)


(Source: m-e-d-i-e-v-a-l-d-r-e-a-m-s, via lavender-seedling)


cliff briggie



all I want in life

Whos in?

(Source: blwf, via lavender-seedling)


You, me, the rocks, moss and trees.