betsyandme2:

The little log house, revisited.

betsyandme2:

The little log house, revisited.

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oneyear47nationalparks:

Such a great time to be in Capitol Reef! This shot is from the awesome Chimney Rock Canyon Route.

oneyear47nationalparks:

Such a great time to be in Capitol Reef! This shot is from the awesome Chimney Rock Canyon Route.

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lookbookdotnu:

Parisian Chic (by Beatrice Gutu)

lookbookdotnu:

Parisian Chic (by Beatrice Gutu)

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terminologist:

vintage/nature

terminologist:

vintage/nature

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abrittann:

20 SPACES FEATURING BEAUTIFUL BRICK WALLS | INTHRALLD

abrittann:

20 SPACES FEATURING BEAUTIFUL BRICK WALLS | INTHRALLD

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"

Clearly define the person you want to be. — Who exactly do you want to be? What kind of person do you want to be? What are your personal ideals? Whom do you admire? What are their special traits that you would make your own?

It’s time to stop being vague. If you wish to be an extraordinary person, if you wish to be wise, then you should explicitly identify the kind of person you aspire to become. If you have a daybook, write down who you’re trying to be, so that you can refer to this self-definition. Precisely describe the demeanor you want to adopt so that you may preserve it when you are by yourself or with other people.

"

Epictetus (via girlinlondon)

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I love the way you look at the world.

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"I have simple needs,
just you and my morning tea,
the moment I rise."

Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson (via tylerknott)

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artnet:

The turning of the season has always served as a great opportunity for artists to ruminate on change and decay. From James Turrell to Alex Katz, discover contemporary landscapes

artnet:

The turning of the season has always served as a great opportunity for artists to ruminate on change and decay. 
From James Turrell to Alex Katz, discover contemporary landscapes

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