Sunshowers

On that exciting path of figuring out what the hell I want to do with my life. Always reading, writing, traveling, and getting lost. Currently living it up in Atlanta, Georgia.
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guardian:

Wildlife on the river Nile - in pictures 
Photo: Destination Wild: Wild Nile on S/NGC

guardian:

Wildlife on the river Nile - in pictures 

Photo: Destination Wild: Wild Nile on S/NGC

When you feel you have lost everything, you still have

  • books
  • unexpected kindness in strangers
  • the rest of the world to travel
  • languages to learn
  • animals to take care of
  • volunteer work to do
  • the power of a good night’s rest
  • the changing of seasons
  • infinite things to learn
  • billions of people to meet and possibly love
  • billions of people who might love you back
paintdeath:

LetterMidst - read me your favourite line: YOU CANT ARREST AN IDEA

paintdeath:

LetterMidst - read me your favourite line: YOU CANT ARREST AN IDEA

darkbluetile:

david chatt’s temporary installation of sand cast glass in dunn gardens, seattle, wa, 2006

darkbluetile:

david chatt’s temporary installation of sand cast glass in dunn gardens, seattle, wa, 2006

bienenkiste:

Nandi Macalou by Ester Grass Vergara

bienenkiste:

Nandi Macalou by Ester Grass Vergara

the-seoul-rolls:

There’s an area of Seoul which has managed to retain a lot of pre-war/colonial architecture, markedly different from a lot of the cookie-cutter buildings built nowadays: high ceilings, huge, wall-length windows, etc. Because the buildings are so old, they can’t be developed, which means elevators can’t be installed. This, in turn, means that the rent stays low, and it’s becoming the perfect place for artists and designers who can’t afford to be in, say, Hongdae.
We climbed to the top of this one, right in the heart of the city, built in 1937. We drank wine from red cups and enjoyed the cool breeze, a welcome retreat from the normally humid Seoul summer.

the-seoul-rolls:

There’s an area of Seoul which has managed to retain a lot of pre-war/colonial architecture, markedly different from a lot of the cookie-cutter buildings built nowadays: high ceilings, huge, wall-length windows, etc. Because the buildings are so old, they can’t be developed, which means elevators can’t be installed. This, in turn, means that the rent stays low, and it’s becoming the perfect place for artists and designers who can’t afford to be in, say, Hongdae.

We climbed to the top of this one, right in the heart of the city, built in 1937. We drank wine from red cups and enjoyed the cool breeze, a welcome retreat from the normally humid Seoul summer.

aseaofquotes:

Patricia Highsmith, The Talented Mr. Ripley

aseaofquotes:

Patricia Highsmith, The Talented Mr. Ripley

likeafieldmouse:

Nguan - Selections from the series How Loneliness Goes

“I tore myself away from the safe comfort of certainties through my love for truth — and truth rewarded me.”

Simone de Beauvoir, All Said and Done  (via thatkindofwoman)

sexhaver:

juicyjacqulyn:

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scientists could scour the arctic for decades and never find anything colder than this

sexhaver:

juicyjacqulyn:

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scientists could scour the arctic for decades and never find anything colder than this