The view from Amboli Falls
Goa Goa gone!

Moon Over The City
Omg no

Aram Bartholl – Hurt me plenty
Exhibition: 13 September – 1 November 2014 Preview: 12 September 2014, 7 – 9 PMDAM Gallery
7:30: Introduction by Olia Lialina, Professorin New Media at the Merz Akademie Stuttgart.



You look healthy.

And by that I don’t mean you look fat.
I mean your face isn’t grey any more, the circles under your eyes aren’t so dark. Your lips aren’t cracked and dry and your hair isn’t thinning and brittle. I mean you seem more focused when I talk to you, You actually look at me and listen rather than being so unable to stay still or think about anything other than your illness that your eyes dart around the room and you nod manically the whole time I’m speaking. You seem calmer, stiller, quieter. You’re easier to have a joke with and you take things on board much more than you used to.
I mean you laugh now, you’re less serious. There’s life about you, it’s in your eyes and your smile, it’s in the way you speak and even in the way you go about your daily tasks. 

You look healthy. You look happy. It really, really suits you.



Really needed to post this right now. This is the only thing that ever helps me get even a little bit into wise mind about how I look. (via foreveralotus)

I love this so much! This is my absolute favorite post ever!

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This is still my favorite post in the world!

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Dashavatar with Combined Forms of Ganesha - Hanuman, Shiva - Parvati and Vishnu - Lakshmi with Their Vahanas Orissa Paata Painting on Tussar Silk (via Dolls of India)

mostly nature

"The shamanic faith is that humanity is not without allies. There are forces friendly to our struggle to birth ourselves as an intelligent species. But they are quiet and shy; they are to be sought, not in the arrival of alien star fleets in the skies of earth, but nearby, in wilderness solitude, in the ambience of waterfalls, and yes, in the grasslands and pastures now too rarely beneath our feet."


Terence McKenna, Food of the Gods


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Moonrise by moe chen on Flickr.