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gettingahealthybody:

weeheartfood:

Avocado Pesto-Stuffed Tomatoes

Yum

gettingahealthybody:

weeheartfood:

Avocado Pesto-Stuffed Tomatoes

Yum

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riderphanomhive:

memeguy-com:

There is no good and evil there is only power

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showslow:

Monica Ramos, Comfort Foods
showslow:

Monica Ramos, Comfort Foods
showslow:

Monica Ramos, Comfort Foods

showslow:

Monica Ramos, Comfort Foods

abandonedography:

Abandoned Yellow House in Nova Scotia, Matt Madden & Kim Vallis

"I become attached to people I shouldn’t. I distance myself from the people who matter. I am bad with people. I am good at being alone. But I hate being lonely."
— Anonymous  (via syndesmologya)

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"Some of the greatest singers in the world…you can spot their influences. But Kate Bush has no mother or father. I’d be an average musician if it wasn’t for her,” Tricky says in an article on how Kate’s 1978 album, The Kick Inside, changed his life. “Her music has always sounded like dreamland to me…I have so many copies of The Whole Story lying around the world.” He says that his track Strugglin’ was inspired by Breathing, “just the texture, the suffocation of it”. He concludes by writing: “When I hear The Kick Inside now, I still wish I’d written those songs. I don’t believe in God, but if I did, her music would be my bible. Her music sounds religious to me. She should be treasured more then The Beatles. That she isn’t is probably down to her own personality, because she can walk away from everything, and not make albums, and I so respect her for that. Just to live your life, and not play the game – to me, that’s success."

highs0ciety:

arabbara:

R.I.P. The 2976 American people that lost their lives on 9/11 and R.I.P. the 48,644 Afghan and 1,690,903 Iraqi and 35000 Pakistani people that paid the ultimate price for a crime they did not commit

this is the only september 11th post I’m reblogging

goodtasteinmusic:

yesss

Death From Above 1979 - “Trainwreck 1979” (Official Video)

instagram:

Embroidering Nature’s Patterns with @meredithwoolnough

To see more of Meredith’s nature-inspired creations, follow @meredithwoolnough on Instagram.

“I have been collecting skeletonized leaves for as long as I can remember,” explains Australian artist Meredith Woolnough (@meredithwoolnough), whose elaborate embroideries mimic coral, leaves and other forms from nature. “I have always found inspiration in the natural world.”

Meredith’s particular method of embroidey is well-suited for patterns inspired by nature. “I work with a unique technique that allows me to create embroidered structures that exist without a base cloth. It’s not your typical embroidery.”

A near perfect Scribbly gum leaf Meredith found inspired her largest work to date. “I mapped out the internal structure of the leaf and translated the design into a dense network of stitches,” she says. “It took me months to complete and it almost sent me mad but I am so happy with how it turned out.”