Small feet - Rivers
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spiritaminals:

reblogging for the sake pre forest nostalgia

AWESOME love love love <3

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Q: Thoughts on feminism?

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no separation,   love your post break down the separation with all the ism’s <3

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eyes wide open &lt;3


Boreal owl (Štěpán Strádal)

eyes wide open <3

Boreal owl (Štěpán Strádal)

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Happiness is the Way
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hippist:

at first glance i thought this was a giant light bulb

Immortal Angels ღHAVE A SENSATIONAL SUMMER/WINTER JUNE SOLSTICE 201321 June 2013 ༺༻ Solstices are opposite on either side of the equator, so the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere is the winter solstice in the southern hemisphere and vice versa at at 5:04 Universal time {12:04 a.m. Central Daylight Time}. The Moon ends its void period at 4:31 AM EDT, when it enters Sagittarius. ╰დ╮╭დ╯
The Moon is at her most optimistic and upbeat in Sagittarius. We are motivated by a need to seek the truth, and we are ready to pursue a new vision. We are not interested in details just now. Instead, we focus on the big picture. New experiences and adventures satisfy a deep emotional need. Spontaneity is the key. We may also be inclined toward overdoing and overstating. We don&#8217;t want to plan ahead, and prefer to &#8220;wing it&#8221;.The Moon in Sagittarius generally favors the following activities: Adventurous activities that involve &#8220;winging it&#8221;, travel, higher education, starting publishing projects, advertising, sports, physical activity.༺༻ Café Astrology ╰დ╮╭დ╯
Summer Solstice 2013 — Midsummer Begins June 21&#160;2013The longest day of the year — the summer solstice — is almost here. On June 21&#160;2013, at exactly 1:04 am EDT (5:04 UTC), the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth will reach its point of greatest inclination to the Sun. The term ‘summer solstice’ generally refers to the exact moment in time when this occurs, but also to the day. The day, and also the general period in time, are also referred to as midsummer. The summer solstice is an important holiday in much of the Northern Hemisphere, and was very important to many ancient cultures.While the cultural symbols associated with the summer solstice of course vary significantly between different cultures — the solstice was invariably an important time. The general themes that seem to have been associated with it are fertility, fire, celebration, healing, and magic. Many of the celebrations seem to have been accompanied by large bonfires {especially on shorelines}, feasting, singing, dancing, and the gathering of medicinal/magic plants.The solstice was/is thought to be the time “when the forces of nature are at their most powerful, and the boundaries between the physical and spiritual worlds are thinnest.” The term used in modern times — solstice — is derived from the Latin words sol (sun) and sistere (to stand still).
A final note — those in many of the world’s more northerly regions will have the good fortune to celebrate the solstice with a full 24 hours of daylight. And even in regions that aren’t quite northern enough to get a full 24 hours of daylight, the extremely long twilights are quite nice. Enjoy Immensely. (。◕‿-。)
༺༻ Planet Save ╰დ╮╭დ╯

hippist:

at first glance i thought this was a giant light bulb

Immortal Angels ღ
HAVE A SENSATIONAL SUMMER/WINTER JUNE SOLSTICE 2013
21 June 2013 ༺༻ Solstices are opposite on either side of the equator, so the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere is the winter solstice in the southern hemisphere and vice versa at at 5:04 Universal time {12:04 a.m. Central Daylight Time}. The Moon ends its void period at 4:31 AM EDT, when it enters Sagittarius. ╰დ╮╭დ╯

The Moon is at her most optimistic and upbeat in Sagittarius. We are motivated by a need to seek the truth, and we are ready to pursue a new vision. We are not interested in details just now. Instead, we focus on the big picture. New experiences and adventures satisfy a deep emotional need. Spontaneity is the key. We may also be inclined toward overdoing and overstating. We don’t want to plan ahead, and prefer to “wing it”.
The Moon in Sagittarius generally favors the following activities: Adventurous activities that involve “winging it”, travel, higher education, starting publishing projects, advertising, sports, physical activity.
༻ Café Astrology ╰დ╮╭დ╯

Summer Solstice 2013 — Midsummer Begins June 21 2013
The longest day of the year — the summer solstice — is almost here. On June 21 2013, at exactly 1:04 am EDT (5:04 UTC), the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth will reach its point of greatest inclination to the Sun. The term ‘summer solstice’ generally refers to the exact moment in time when this occurs, but also to the day. The day, and also the general period in time, are also referred to as midsummer. The summer solstice is an important holiday in much of the Northern Hemisphere, and was very important to many ancient cultures.
While the cultural symbols associated with the summer solstice of course vary significantly between different cultures — the solstice was invariably an important time. The general themes that seem to have been associated with it are fertility, fire, celebration, healing, and magic. Many of the celebrations seem to have been accompanied by large bonfires {especially on shorelines}, feasting, singing, dancing, and the gathering of medicinal/magic plants.
The solstice was/is thought to be the time “when the forces of nature are at their most powerful, and the boundaries between the physical and spiritual worlds are thinnest.” The term used in modern times — solstice — is derived from the Latin words sol (sun) and sistere (to stand still).

A final note — those in many of the world’s more northerly regions will have the good fortune to celebrate the solstice with a full 24 hours of daylight. And even in regions that aren’t quite northern enough to get a full 24 hours of daylight, the extremely long twilights are quite nice. Enjoy Immensely. (。◕‿-。)

༻ Planet Save ╰დ╮╭დ╯

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Love your beauty of life &lt;3

Love your beauty of life <3

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lifes Journey &lt;3

lifes Journey <3

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