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definitelydope:

Summer In The MountainsBy Danielle Hughson

Purty
definitelydope:

Summer In The MountainsBy Danielle Hughson

Purty
definitelydope:

Summer In The MountainsBy Danielle Hughson

Purty
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wmagazine:

Last year’s June Cover Girl: Emma Watson
Photograph by Michael Thompson; styled by Edward Enninful; W magazine June 2013. 
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druficklingphoto:

Brandilyn and Zack, one year after their marriage. Shot at Wesleyan College.
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definitelydope:

early morning at the outer banks (by wildorange55)
definitelydope:

early morning at the outer banks (by wildorange55)
definitelydope:

early morning at the outer banks (by wildorange55)
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wmagazine:

Disappear to Li Galli Islands, Italy. 
Photographs courtesy of Rachael T. Harris and David Seidner Archives. 
wmagazine:

Disappear to Li Galli Islands, Italy. 
Photographs courtesy of Rachael T. Harris and David Seidner Archives. 
wmagazine:

Disappear to Li Galli Islands, Italy. 
Photographs courtesy of Rachael T. Harris and David Seidner Archives. 
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druficklingphoto:

You guys. This is me. I’m assuming a few Easters back.
Don’t remember it though it looks like it was the greatest moment of my life.
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huckberryco:

Shelter I EcoCamp Patagonia 

I WILL go here someday
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youdidwhatnow:

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Eton, 1962.

OG
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malformalady:

French designer Margaux Ruyant’s funeral urn entitled Poetree. Poetree is a funeral urn that evolves over time, allowing loved ones to plant a tree in the ashes, while also providing a simple, elegant monument.The Poetree is made out of a ceramic ring with the deceased’s details, plus a cork container and stopper. Relatives can place the deceased’s ashes in the urn and take it home, along with a boxwood tree sapling in a biodegradable pot. When they are ready, the cork stopper is removed, soil can be poured inside the urn, and the small tree may be planted in the ashes.After giving the boxwood tree some time to grow, the urn can then be planted outside, where the cork container can biodegrade, leaving only the ceramic ring as a marker and a living, growing tree to commemorate those who have passed on.

I want this for my ashes