mary grace wynn

for now

michaelanthonyriesch:

"phillip" 2014 by Michael Riesch

michaelanthonyriesch:

"phillip" 2014 by Michael Riesch

sarahvantassel:


the redwoods. 2013.

sarahvantassel:

the redwoods.
2013.

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“My father had taught me to be nice first, because you can always be mean later, but once you’ve been mean to someone, they won’t believe the nice anymore. So be nice, be nice, until it’s time to stop being nice, then destroy them.”

—   Laurell K. Hamilton (via solacity)

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thehollowsquare:

jenny wildfang

thehollowsquare:

jenny wildfang

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d-olcezza:

Sweetness

d-olcezza:

Sweetness

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cavetocanvas:

Shawn Huckins, 510D - Hockney Splash, 2008

cavetocanvas:

Shawn Huckins, 510D - Hockney Splash, 2008

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Bon Iver - Love More

celticmoonchild:

Bon Iver - Love More

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rainandsheep:

thehollowsquare:

prairie fire. flint hills, ks

Home. <3 Looking forward to burning season this year.

rainandsheep:

thehollowsquare:

prairie fire. flint hills, ks

Home. <3 Looking forward to burning season this year.

homemadefolk:

Happy birthday to one of the most profound literary minds, and my personal favorite author. 

homemadefolk:

Happy birthday to one of the most profound literary minds, and my personal favorite author. 

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“But if you look at the people who are consistently achieving their goals, you start to realize that it’s not the events or the results that make them different. It’s their commitment to the process. They fall in love with the daily practice, not the individual event. What’s funny, of course, is that this focus on the process is what will allow you to enjoy the results anyway.”

“The longest day of Summer couldn’t warm me like you do.”

—   Conway Twitty (via hogginhunni)

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“Whenever you find tears in your eyes, especially unexpected tears, it is well to pay the closest attention. They are not only telling you something about the secret of who you are, but more often than not God is speaking to you through them of the mystery of where you have come from and is summoning you to where, if your soul is to be saved, you should go to next.”

—   Frederick Buechner (originally published in Whistling in the Dark)

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