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"I shared my body and my mind with you
That’s all over now
I did what I had to do
I found another, anyhow
I’m finally happy now that you’re gone"

ouroboner:

baby Sunbeam Snake

(via)

(Source: toki-yo-tomare, via lynx)

highrelease:

Lana Del Rey | Video Games

(via silent-soloist)

dynastylnoire:

awwww-cute:

Puppy’s First Hike

I climbed this rock
This my rock
jeanmarcoing:

Careful, the water’s a bit nippy today.
imagediver:

Click on the image to see the detail in a zoomable context.
Detail from The Martyr of Solway, John Millias
The Martyr of Solway was Margaret Wilson, a young Scottish Covenanter, from Wigtownshire in Scotland executed by drowning for refusing to swear an oath declaring James VII as head of the church. She died on May 11, in 1685. Her death became part of the martyrology of Presbyterian churches, and she was commemorated as the most famous of the Wigtown Martyrs.