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multicolored modicum. This is the tastiest looking water ever.

I always had the urge to drink from a natural source of water like a brook or a river but all I can think of when near one is deer piss xD. Come to think of it I’d never seen a deer pee… like do they raise their leg like dogs do, or they just sprinkle on the go like Bamby? Aaaanyways Im not sure how this all of a sudden took a very weird turn. Sooo uhh yeah water is cool, its gooood. So gooood. Drink lots of it!

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Earthrise. Imagine yourself living on the moon. You wake up and all you see is dust and craters. You feel alone. You can walk for hundreds of miles in any direction and it is all the same. Then you see this beautiful sphere blooming with life rise above the horizon - an earthrise. 

You reach out and desire to know what it feels to be in such a beautiful place. To breathe it’s fresh air and float on its clear waters. You thought… if you were only living in such a place you would go out and experience it in all its wonders.

Now look around and realize that you do in fact live in that beautiful place. You live on earth. You can experience it for all the you can because everywhere in the universe is desolation, nothing but barren lifelessness.

Consider yourself lucky ;D. Now get out there and wander! Put sunscreen though cuz its hottt XD

photo by Alexandre Ehrhard | MY TUMBLR BLOG |

Sensual Fire. The mesmerizing Valensole plateau in France.

What a beautiful place, and I imagine it might have been quite a predicament to create this garden. Imagine having a house and be like “paint it all fuschia! I want the toilet fuschia, I want my carpet fuschia, paint it all fuschia!” then after the painters finish painting, you realize you hate fuschia.

This is kinda the same thing because first they need to plant the seeds and wait for it to grow and then a year later, if they realize its crap they have to murder all these plants and then settle to planting corn or something. But hey it all turned out great so yay.

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Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. Sometimes beautiful scenery works 100 times better than sleeping pills.
Speaking of sleeping, I went to SF with some friends who haven’t met each other for several years. I sat at the back so the two girls can catch up. 10 minutes in I started getting sleepy and I could hear them talking, then I would occasionally wake up and go to sleep several times over a 3 hour period. Every single time I partially awoke they were talking. When I fully awoke they were STILL at it with no signs of fatigue from talking for 3 hours straight! If that were me I would have sounded like a castrated donkey with severe asthma. I’m not saying all women are talkative, but sometime its almost as if biology itself dictates that women are supposed to talk and guys just listen while occasionally saying “oh” “I see” or “interesting” otherwise our larynges won’t handle the stress DX
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photo by John White | MY TUMBLR BLOG |

Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. Sometimes beautiful scenery works 100 times better than sleeping pills.

Speaking of sleeping, I went to SF with some friends who haven’t met each other for several years. I sat at the back so the two girls can catch up. 10 minutes in I started getting sleepy and I could hear them talking, then I would occasionally wake up and go to sleep several times over a 3 hour period. Every single time I partially awoke they were talking. When I fully awoke they were STILL at it with no signs of fatigue from talking for 3 hours straight! If that were me I would have sounded like a castrated donkey with severe asthma. I’m not saying all women are talkative, but sometime its almost as if biology itself dictates that women are supposed to talk and guys just listen while occasionally saying “oh” “I see” or “interesting” otherwise our larynges won’t handle the stress DX

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Mount Tavurvur, New Guinea. Mother nature reminding us of her astonishing power hurls rocks, ash and steam 60,000 feet into the atmosphere recently on August 29, 2014.

*Entei used eruption

*It was super effective

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