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Dandelion on fire. Bucket list for this summer... It burns all different colors! :)

BIG HUG LITTLE KISS: DisPinterest: Photoshop Fails Edition

true that

A good book... - The Meta Picture

Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More | eBay

Tree of Life

imagination explosion

good idea

Remember this...


it might be time to re-read the books again....

Finger drawings by Judith Braun

Love Audrey quotes


John Unger adopted his dog Schoep when he was a puppy.Today Schoep is 19 years old and has Arthritis.He's in pain and can't sleep.His owner John trying to find a solution to his pain discovered that the water from the lake helps relax Schoep so every night he takes his dog Schoep for a swim in the lake so he can get some sleep.The photo was captured by Hannah Stonehouse Hudson.She wanted to portray the unlimited love this owner has for his dog.This photo has been viewed by millions on facebook

I got this!

Tangle Art idea...

From Alice in Wonderland (2009) In retelling this classic story, Chichester Clark was fulfilling a lifelong ambition to illustrate a character that as a child she aspired to be. Her imagery of Alice owes much to the original Tenniel illustrations. Here, Alice falls slowly down a rabbit hole that looks like an eccentric collector's den.

Designed by Mary Engelbreit

Trow Gill, Yorkshire Dales, England (by Colin Paterson)

Fern Canyon, California Redwoods.

coco chanel

Cool moon pics

Photograph by Carsten Peter :: Cascades of mammoth ferns flourish in the humid air trapped between the narrow walls of Claustral Canyon. First explored in 1963, the formation was named for its claustrophobia-inducing passages and ranks among the region’s most visited canyons.