Psychedelic Wanderer
Artists build a bridge to the soul by doing their art. Building that connection can take an artist through unknown and treacherous regions of the psyche. Sometimes our inner drive toward authentic creation can resemble a regression into the fractured world of madness. To pass beyond the worldview of reason cannot be done through logic and discursive rational thought. The artist leaps into the unknown until love ignites the mystic eye. (http://instagram.com/lunarashakti)
Psychedelic Wanderer
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icy-fashion:

AMINAKA WILMONT FALL 2013
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"Women are considered fragile but I’ve never seen anything as easily wounded as a man’s ego."
(via tea-storm)
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englishsnow:

by oscarW.
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lucidnirvana:




mellowspirits:

yellowcrayolacrayon:

Sun and Moon. Within a Tree Stump.

oh wow this is my favorite




this is gorgeous
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hiverpourtoujours:

At least the morning we headed back to Quebec on looked like this.
hiverpourtoujours:

At least the morning we headed back to Quebec on looked like this.
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montereybayaquarium:

Plankton of the world, beware!
While most nudibranchs, or sea slugs, crawl and graze, the melibe sweeps its hood through the water like a net, capturing unsuspecting tiny drifters. A fringe of tentacles interlock and trap prey as the hood collapses to help the slug digest its meal.Melibes may be expert plankton snatchers, but how do these soft-bodied invertebrates escape being a meal? Researchers have followed their noses to the melibe’s uniquely fruity smell—noxious secretions which may ward off nibbling fish. They can also “swim” away from predators by wiggling from side to side. Living on giant kelp fronds or sea grass, melibes live higher up in the water column than most seafloor-bound nudibranchs. They’ve adapted well to the vertical life—as you can see in the background, their white ribbon eggs hang and sway with currents.Learn more
montereybayaquarium:

Plankton of the world, beware!
While most nudibranchs, or sea slugs, crawl and graze, the melibe sweeps its hood through the water like a net, capturing unsuspecting tiny drifters. A fringe of tentacles interlock and trap prey as the hood collapses to help the slug digest its meal.Melibes may be expert plankton snatchers, but how do these soft-bodied invertebrates escape being a meal? Researchers have followed their noses to the melibe’s uniquely fruity smell—noxious secretions which may ward off nibbling fish. They can also “swim” away from predators by wiggling from side to side. Living on giant kelp fronds or sea grass, melibes live higher up in the water column than most seafloor-bound nudibranchs. They’ve adapted well to the vertical life—as you can see in the background, their white ribbon eggs hang and sway with currents.Learn more
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lotusgurl:

Nor will it ever be.
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ahhr:

The Altar within the Shell Grotto.
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foalled:

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llbwwb:

Verreaux’s Eagle-Owl by Marc MOL