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anjalipinto:

shadow play phootcamp

Love photography.

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bothkindsofmusic:

Valerie June and the Tennessee Express - Raindance

Did you know Valerie June teamed up with Old Crow Medicine Show for an EP back in 2010? Me neither.

Valerie bills her music as “Organic Moonshine Roots”. She owns a unique voice that will perk up your ears and stick with you. Prior to her label debut from 2013, Pushin’ Against A Stone, she released two self-produced albums and two collaborations - the one above, plus The Wandering - Go On Now You Can’t Stay Here, which also featured Amy LaVere, Shannon McNally, Luther Dickinson and Sharde Thomas. 

Find out more about Valerie June:

Bio | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Spotify

Love her voice.

(Source: countryandwestern)

I like this place and could willingly waste my time in it. William Shakespeare (via likeafieldmouse)

Kind of a neat way to say something.

wilwheaton:

sassingintothevoid:

Coffee porn.     (Cinemagraphs and gifs from this cool article.)

AKA Sean Bonner porn.

Coffee☕️💚

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themusicbuffet:

The Sound Of Silence - Simon & Garfunkel

Art is to console those who are broken by life. Vincent van Gogh (via acrylicalchemy)

Love this so much it hurts.

(via weekendplaylist)

April 21st, 2014

I really don’t know how to respond to my parents telling me that they’ve ‘found a new home for Jazz’ 2 minutes before I got in my car for a 4 hour drive home. It doesn’t make sense to me. Dogs are my life and they selfishly made that decision without me. If hey were just honest and sat me down to come up with a solution for Jazz’s need to explore and run off everywhere, maybe I’d be more rational about this situation. But no, I got trapped. I brought my dog 4 hours to a new location without even knowing it. Best part is, my sister was in on it. In fact, she found the new home.
Fuck that new home. Fuck the guy who took her. And fuck my family who would so carelessly do something like this to me. They have no idea what this is going to do to me. Because they’re oblivious. Careless. Selfish. Their ‘love’ and ‘care’ just turned into the most disrespectful thing they could have ever done to me.
I hope my dad sees this in some way, even though, the odds are slim. The Facebook status I posted (“I feel like I just got hit by a bus… And my parents were the drivers. Happy f***ing Easter”) made them feel like shit. In fact, I know it did, to my dad anyway. I found out about 5 hours later when I got home from work, still trying to emotionally process the betrayal by my family. He made it pretty clear that I could leave ‘his’ house and that I could “pack my shit up and get the fuck out” for all he cared. Cool dad. Love you too.
All of the negative thoughts I’ve ever had don’t even compare to what I feel right now.
Word to the wise, don’t ever tell someone bad news before they get into a vehicle. Ever.
Because all I wanted to do was drive my car off a bridge and drown in the salty sea.


“You know that death is the most beautiful part of life, right? Death is beautiful because we all fear death. And fear is the most amazing emotion of all because it creates complete awareness. It brings you to now, and it makes you truly present. And when you’re truly present, that’s nirvana. That’s pure love. So death is pure love.”


Perspective

You know that death is the most beautiful part of life, right? Death is beautiful because we all fear death. And fear is the most amazing emotion of all because it creates complete awareness. It brings you to now, and it makes you truly present. And when you’re truly present, that’s nirvana. That’s pure love. So death is pure love.”

Perspective

(Source: executiveshade, via shelbinfriedrich)

themusicbuffet:

Ten Tigers - Bonobo

Bonobo💗