free bird.
Tee für die Seele, Tee für den Kopf.
T für Tagträumerin, Teilzeitmelancholikerin und Traumtänzerin.
free bird.
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deletingmyself:

kissing cats (2002) (by andrewXu)| Auckland, New Zealand
"My neighbor have several lovely cats. I found that they did this "kiss" occasionally. To shoot this down, I loaded my camera on a tripod, placed it by the window (like a spy), stood for a hour to wait for them to "kiss"…… and finally on the seventh day, after finished the whole 36 shots (thanks to the no-live-review film camera:), I got this (and only this) photo on film."
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untrustyou:

Zachary Roberts-Kendall
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"There is a crack in everything.
That’s how the light gets in."
Leonard CohenSelected Poems, 1956-1968 (via feellng)
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naked-yogi:

This looks like heaven to me, truly.
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zeitfrei:

With the crew at the beach. We had a great time, even though it was not the best weather for camping!
zeitfrei:

With the crew at the beach. We had a great time, even though it was not the best weather for camping!
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euph0r14:

Poppies 2 | by mrlo37
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jedavu:

Bizarre Photographs Of Animals That Do Not Exist In Real Life
Spanish artist Joan Fontcuberta’s 1987 series ‘Fauna’ is a bizarre look at animals that do not exist in real life. 
The self-described “teller of mistruths” blurs the line between reality and fantasy with strange animal hybrids like unicorn monkeys, legged snakes and mysterious deer-like creatures. 
A collaboration with writer and photographer Pere Formiguera, Fontcuberta derived inspiration from the archives of a fictional zoologist named Dr. Peter Ameisenhaufen, using artefacts and notes to carefully piece together photographic evidence of the existence of these made-up creatures. 
jedavu:

Bizarre Photographs Of Animals That Do Not Exist In Real Life
Spanish artist Joan Fontcuberta’s 1987 series ‘Fauna’ is a bizarre look at animals that do not exist in real life. 
The self-described “teller of mistruths” blurs the line between reality and fantasy with strange animal hybrids like unicorn monkeys, legged snakes and mysterious deer-like creatures. 
A collaboration with writer and photographer Pere Formiguera, Fontcuberta derived inspiration from the archives of a fictional zoologist named Dr. Peter Ameisenhaufen, using artefacts and notes to carefully piece together photographic evidence of the existence of these made-up creatures. 
jedavu:

Bizarre Photographs Of Animals That Do Not Exist In Real Life
Spanish artist Joan Fontcuberta’s 1987 series ‘Fauna’ is a bizarre look at animals that do not exist in real life. 
The self-described “teller of mistruths” blurs the line between reality and fantasy with strange animal hybrids like unicorn monkeys, legged snakes and mysterious deer-like creatures. 
A collaboration with writer and photographer Pere Formiguera, Fontcuberta derived inspiration from the archives of a fictional zoologist named Dr. Peter Ameisenhaufen, using artefacts and notes to carefully piece together photographic evidence of the existence of these made-up creatures. 
jedavu:

Bizarre Photographs Of Animals That Do Not Exist In Real Life
Spanish artist Joan Fontcuberta’s 1987 series ‘Fauna’ is a bizarre look at animals that do not exist in real life. 
The self-described “teller of mistruths” blurs the line between reality and fantasy with strange animal hybrids like unicorn monkeys, legged snakes and mysterious deer-like creatures. 
A collaboration with writer and photographer Pere Formiguera, Fontcuberta derived inspiration from the archives of a fictional zoologist named Dr. Peter Ameisenhaufen, using artefacts and notes to carefully piece together photographic evidence of the existence of these made-up creatures. 
jedavu:

Bizarre Photographs Of Animals That Do Not Exist In Real Life
Spanish artist Joan Fontcuberta’s 1987 series ‘Fauna’ is a bizarre look at animals that do not exist in real life. 
The self-described “teller of mistruths” blurs the line between reality and fantasy with strange animal hybrids like unicorn monkeys, legged snakes and mysterious deer-like creatures. 
A collaboration with writer and photographer Pere Formiguera, Fontcuberta derived inspiration from the archives of a fictional zoologist named Dr. Peter Ameisenhaufen, using artefacts and notes to carefully piece together photographic evidence of the existence of these made-up creatures. 
jedavu:

Bizarre Photographs Of Animals That Do Not Exist In Real Life
Spanish artist Joan Fontcuberta’s 1987 series ‘Fauna’ is a bizarre look at animals that do not exist in real life. 
The self-described “teller of mistruths” blurs the line between reality and fantasy with strange animal hybrids like unicorn monkeys, legged snakes and mysterious deer-like creatures. 
A collaboration with writer and photographer Pere Formiguera, Fontcuberta derived inspiration from the archives of a fictional zoologist named Dr. Peter Ameisenhaufen, using artefacts and notes to carefully piece together photographic evidence of the existence of these made-up creatures. 
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owls-n-elderberries:

Carrion Crow by Benjamin Joseph Andrew on Flickr.
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owls-n-elderberries:

Long Eared Owl by Benjamin Joseph Andrew on Flickr.
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untrustyou:

Avard Woolaver