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thebowerbirds:

Source: Kelly Wearstler
A dash of colour to brighten your day! Better late than never I say :) this comes from Kelly Wearstler, the queen of pattern clash herself. I use the term “clash” in a good way. While I don’t always identify with her work I do admire what she has created. She is brave with her choices especially her use of colour and pattern. Bravo I say! we should all be a little more bold every now and then.

thebowerbirds:

Source: Kelly Wearstler

A dash of colour to brighten your day! Better late than never I say :) this comes from Kelly Wearstler, the queen of pattern clash herself. I use the term “clash” in a good way. While I don’t always identify with her work I do admire what she has created. She is brave with her choices especially her use of colour and pattern. Bravo I say! we should all be a little more bold every now and then.


The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde

The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde

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steelbison:

Tiny watercolor of the pine surrounded pond I saw today. #watercolor

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mattzbrantphotos:

River water coffee.

35mm film.

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coffeentrees:

Dave Turner and @timmyoneill staying caffeinated on the North American Wall, El Capitan, Yosemite.
Photo: @jeffjohnson_beyondandback by patagonia

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ravivora:

yosemite national park

photos by Ravi Vora

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birdasaurus:

Sarek National Park

birdasaurus:

Sarek National Park

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coffeentrees:

www.saltandsteel.com Rest awhile. by saltandsteel

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Love doesn’t just sit there, like a stone, it has to be made, like bread; remade all the time, made new.

Ursula K. Le GuinThe Lathe of Heaven  (via thatkindofwoman)

Often from a small remnant of a past batch.

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taylormccutchan:

A couple of folks picnicking in the valley at sunset. This place was incredible. Probably still is! 

Pentax 645, 45mm, Portra 400

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