My name is Glen. Twenty four. I don't have much to say.

Autumn is the best time. The ocean is the best place -- I would plant trees in the ocean and see them turn to the rhythm of songs that whales would sing.

radgreasersharkmanhashtaghellyea:

enochliew:

Photographs by Thom Sheridan

In 1986, the United Way attempted to break the world record for balloon launches, by releasing 1.5 million balloons, which resulted in two deaths, millions in lawsuits, and a devastating environmental impact.

Who got murked by a balloon

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peaceful-moon:

tentacletherapissed:

reminder that these trees are full grown. amazing.

AND THEY BEAR FRUIT WHAT

peaceful-moon:

tentacletherapissed:

reminder that these trees are full grown. amazing.

AND THEY BEAR FRUIT WHAT

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olaftheblaq:

dustoncrowns:

 ”things i want and am sending out request into the universe” 

this is really important

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vrexie:

losingthe-war:

Minimalistic look at Mental Disorders

This is the only post to ever make me understand agoraphobia

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nevver:

Alternate perspectives, Randy Scott Slavin

fleshcircus:

weaselwoman:

handpora:

fooposts:

Humphrey - Chow.Retriever.Rottie

He’s basically a bunny inside a hellhound body. 

YO LOOK AT MY BEST FRIEND’S AMAZING DOG

Pretty!

!!!

chibibuizel:

bunearyk:

chibibuizel:

azuraracon:

So are we not going to talk about the fact that Bulbasaur and meowth are both drunk?

we sure aren’t

we aren’t talking about koffing eating that with no hands

that’s right

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untrustyou:

Acacia Johnson - Love, Death, and the Ocean

untrustyou:

Acacia Johnson - Love, Death, and the Ocean

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lepidopteraqueen:

毬藻 its alive! this marimo is about 6 years old. The bottom of Lake Akan in Hokkaido Japan is inhabited by miraculously spherical rare algae called “marimo.” In 1921 they were declared a “Japanese Natural Treasure” and the public’s interest in Marimo was stirred. Many Japanese have Marimo as pets in their homes and offices. They are beautifully soft and smooth like velvet and are very easy to care for. Marimo are happiest when they are in filtered water.Just change their water once a week.Marimo like baths!Sometimes you will see cloudy bits of filth clinging to the Marimo. Simply run the marimo under the kitchen sink and he will be clean and very thankful.Marimo can thrive wonderfully in artificial light but they do NOT like direct sun light. When you receive your Marimo it will probably float for a while on the surface, this is the Marimo’s natural way of getting lots of light and then once its had enough he will float down to the bottom. In the waters of lake Akan the Marimo bounce around in the lakes current and the current helps them grow into their nice spherical shape so they like to be poked, and moved around. This also helps them get even lighting. its perfectly safe to hold Marimo. Marimo are great pets for children.Marimo grow 5mm a year and live to be over 100!Look no further, the Marimo i care for are the greenest and healthiest.no chemicals are used in their aquarium. 
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lepidopteraqueen:

毬藻 its alive! this marimo is about 6 years old. 

The bottom of Lake Akan in Hokkaido Japan is inhabited by miraculously spherical rare algae called “marimo.” In 1921 they were declared a “Japanese Natural Treasure” and the public’s interest in Marimo was stirred. Many Japanese have Marimo as pets in their homes and offices. They are beautifully soft and smooth like velvet and are very easy to care for. 

Marimo are happiest when they are in filtered water.
Just change their water once a week.

Marimo like baths!
Sometimes you will see cloudy bits of filth clinging to the Marimo. Simply run the marimo under the kitchen sink and he will be clean and very thankful.

Marimo can thrive wonderfully in artificial light but they do NOT like direct sun light. 
When you receive your Marimo it will probably float for a while on the surface, this is the Marimo’s natural way of getting lots of light and then once its had enough he will float down to the bottom. 

In the waters of lake Akan the Marimo bounce around in the lakes current and the current helps them grow into their nice spherical shape so they like to be poked, and moved around. This also helps them get even lighting. its perfectly safe to hold Marimo. Marimo are great pets for children.

Marimo grow 5mm a year and live to be over 100!

Look no further, the Marimo i care for are the greenest and healthiest.
no chemicals are used in their aquarium. 

(via Giant Japanese Marimo Moss Ball by MilkyLeaf on Etsy)

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Andy Goldsworthy

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