sometimes there is so much beauty in the world, I feel like I can't take it and my heart is just going to cave in.
parvifolium:


starfishheart:

ironandvalor:

Kelp forests have always been so…….alluring to me. I used to watch videos of orcas darting in between the stretches of green; I fell in love.

parvifolium:

starfishheart:

ironandvalor:

Kelp forests have always been so…….alluring to me. I used to watch videos of orcas darting in between the stretches of green; I fell in love.

I was the kind of child who always looked for fairies dancing on the grass. I wanted to believe in witches, wizards, ogres, giants and enchanted spells. I didn’t want all of the magic taken out of the world by scientific explorations.
V.C Andrews, Flowers in the Attic  (via owls-love-tea)

this summer has been one of the hardest couple of months of my life. so many huge changes were made and monumental events that have shaken me to the core. I spent a lot of time being unhappy and thus trying to figure out why I was feeling that way and what I could do to fix that. I had to make a decision that has caused myself a lot of pain and sadness but it also made it so that I could see clearer. I have slowly discovered the little things that make me happy and have focussed on being more positive. I have taught myself to better let go of the things that make me feel heavy with sadness. Perhaps most importantly I was given the most wonderful gift of being able to return to my roots and visit my family whom I haven’t seen in roughly 5 years. 

I started painting and drawing again. 

Things are looking better and I am so thankful to be able to see that.

wolftea:

Hand stained in blood and earth

wolftea:

Hand stained in blood and earth


Fritz Hegenbart

Fritz Hegenbart

I saw so many happy little honeybees today it made my heart smile. 


Mermaid kisses from La Sirène, a 1904 Méliès film.

Mermaid kisses from La Sirène, a 1904 Méliès film.


Vaintas (detail) by Leo Putz (1869-1940)
oil on canvas, 1896

Vaintas (detail) by Leo Putz (1869-1940)

oil on canvas, 1896

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