sunflower-mama:

quirkhyy:

spirit-vibes:

mauidave13:

honey-rider:

Ilse Hasek

Beautiful shot

ॐ

♡Love all♡


Oh good god I’m in love

sunflower-mama:

quirkhyy:

spirit-vibes:

mauidave13:

honey-rider:

Ilse Hasek

Beautiful shot

♡Love all♡

Oh good god I’m in love

rhamphotheca:

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge -  Alaska
Antler Survey:  What can biologists learn from shed antlers? 
Well, pregnant caribou maintain their antlers until they give birth. This means they drop their antlers in the same area where they drop their calves. Therefore, biologists can determine where on Arctic Refuge caribou historically calved and when – all by collecting and dating antlers.  
(via: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

rhamphotheca:

Antler Survey:  What can biologists learn from shed antlers?

Well, pregnant caribou maintain their antlers until they give birth. This means they drop their antlers in the same area where they drop their calves. Therefore, biologists can determine where on Arctic Refuge caribou historically calved and when – all by collecting and dating antlers. 

(via: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

Fuck I need to get out more. It’s been way too long.

Fuck I need to get out more. It’s been way too long.

(Source: richardgaston)

Need to find a woman who is into this

(Source: monsterchildren.com)

upclosefromafar:

eartheld:

mostly nature

~My Hidden Nirvana~

upclosefromafar:

eartheld:

mostly nature

~My Hidden Nirvana~

(Source: neonwonder)

aphrodisiacart:

NOGASPAKI
http://nogaspaki.deviantart.com

aphrodisiacart:

NOGASPAKI

http://nogaspaki.deviantart.com

manoftheworldmagazine:

On May 1st 1963 Jim Whittaker and Nawang Gumbo climbed through 70mph winds and negative 30-degree temperatures to plant the American flag on the summit of Mount Everest for the first time.
Sherpa Gumbo, who had never before used a camera, turned Jim’s NikonF vertical to capture this iconic image.
Photograph by NAWANG GUMBO / Man of the World / Issue No.5

manoftheworldmagazine:

On May 1st 1963 Jim Whittaker and Nawang Gumbo climbed through 70mph winds and negative 30-degree temperatures to plant the American flag on the summit of Mount Everest for the first time.

Sherpa Gumbo, who had never before used a camera, turned Jim’s NikonF vertical to capture this iconic image.

Photograph by NAWANG GUMBO / Man of the World / Issue No.5

"You know what would make this vase better? Painting pictures of orgies on it that’s what."

the Ancient Greeks, probably (via witchyroryy)

And they were right

And they were right

(via museoleum)

eartheld:

beartreadway:


My home in the Montana mountains.


mostly nature

eartheld:

beartreadway:

My home in the Montana mountains.

mostly nature

letsgoforahike:

Let’s Go For A Hike

letsgoforahike:

Let’s Go For A Hike

"If you’re gonna bail, bail early. This applies to relationships, college classes, and sledding,"

Advice from my high school science teacher, Mr. Miller (via mumfordslionheart)

(Source: tumblr.com)

carbon-co:

Aww ya

carbon-co:

Aww ya

sonsofkerouac:

Big Wave cowboy Greg Long at Dungeons this past week… Photos courtesy of Wavescape.

acoogihatandadream:


when you try to pull out but she lock her legs and clench her box muscles

acoogihatandadream:

when you try to pull out but she lock her legs and clench her box muscles

(Source: sovietnam)