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reviving-romanticism:

Kindof loving these colors at this old, country laundromat. #laundry
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"At the most, what could happen? You might die. It is so very obvious that you have to die one day; you have to drop this body sooner or later. Why not then think that your body is not there already and so act detached?"

- ~ Meher Baba (via kriyayogasadhana)
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Here’s the latest from my personal work. When my sister and I stopped at the little gas station in Wolf Creek, the evening sun was filtering through the mountains, one sharp beam illuminating my favorite worn-out roadside sign. All bulbs missing, a ghost of it’s former glory — for a brief moment the sunlit blue of the aging painted metal was the brightest color in the valley. - in Wolf Creek, Montana
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reviving-romanticism:

I opened my front door to this view. Good Morning!

gorgeous, inviting
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batteredshoes:

Get To The Point
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theparisreview:

“I only read factual books. … I can’t suspend belief in reality. I just end up thinking, ‘This isn’t true.’” Noel Gallagher may not read it, but he writes fiction.
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The older I get, the more I’m this way
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flowers in night wind, Anacortes, Wash., June 25th, 2013

fantastique
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"Open your being to experience—as challenging and frightful as that may be—and let that experience guide you in a direction that makes you feel comfortable in your skin. In that state you are much more likely to communicate stories that will remain open to the world, stories, lessons and themes that your successors will dote upon and use in a way that fits their time. As my teacher Adamu Jenitngo liked to remind me: remember the past, live well in the present and think about the future…"

- - anthropologist Paul Stoller, interviewed after receiving the Anders Retzius gold medal for his contributions to the field from the Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography
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exittofutureworld:

Tim’s Barber Shop on Flickr.

exittofutureworld nails it every time
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The Columbia River, where we ended our two-day run of seeing Phish at the Gorge. The haze on the water is due to all the smoke from fires burning across the desert the night before. The water felt SO GOOD and even though there were a couple dozen people there, it was very quiet & peaceful. Everyone was just soaking it in. A much needed break from my isolation in Montana. 
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exittofutureworld:

Cactus Motel on Flickr.
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edwardsharpeandthemagneticzeros:

Jade (taken by @joshkoala)
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