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26 year old eccentric, living in Argentina. Literature student. Arts and alt fashion geek. Avid reader. Lazy writer. Anarchist. Lives alone. Messy, enjoyable life. Anachronism = lifestyle.

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2 years ago | 79 notes
I love the bold colour scheme

I love the bold colour scheme

Via Death Alice's casket
2 years ago | 47 notes
sistinas-nlp:

Where is this place, I want to live there!! <3

sistinas-nlp:

Where is this place, I want to live there!! <3

Via The left is mine, and the right is yours
3 years ago | 422 notes
magicalnaturetour:

Cheetah Cubs Lying on Rock by Nick Brandt :)

magicalnaturetour:

Cheetah Cubs Lying on Rock by Nick Brandt :)

Via Foutaises
3 years ago | 129 notes
ornamentedbeing:

The world’s smallest fox lives in the world’s largest desert, the Sahara.  The adorable fennec fox (Vulpes zerda) is actually the world’s smallest canid of any sort: they are the tiniest members of the dog family weighing in at only 1.5–3.5 lb.  Nocturnal omnivores, fennec foxes use their huge ears to listen for prey–and for predators such as the fearsome eagle owl. Additionally, since the foxes’ ears are filled with blood vessels, they provide a convenient way of cooling off in the oppressive daytime heat. Tiny pads on the foxes’ feet protect their delicate paws from hot sand and sharp rocks while muffling the noise of their movement.  They dig substantial burrows and are renowned among people of the Sahara for their cunning and cleverness.

ornamentedbeing:

The world’s smallest fox lives in the world’s largest desert, the Sahara.  The adorable fennec fox (Vulpes zerda) is actually the world’s smallest canid of any sort: they are the tiniest members of the dog family weighing in at only 1.5–3.5 lb.  Nocturnal omnivores, fennec foxes use their huge ears to listen for prey–and for predators such as the fearsome eagle owl. Additionally, since the foxes’ ears are filled with blood vessels, they provide a convenient way of cooling off in the oppressive daytime heat. Tiny pads on the foxes’ feet protect their delicate paws from hot sand and sharp rocks while muffling the noise of their movement.  They dig substantial burrows and are renowned among people of the Sahara for their cunning and cleverness.

Via The Ornamented Being
3 years ago | 46 notes
c-hircine:

Look at that craftsmanship!!!

c-hircine:

Look at that craftsmanship!!!

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