barefoot-vegan:

hippie—-vibes:

earthflowur:

eartheld:

mostly nature

-

x

Anonymous said: Wait hold up a sec- bee farming is really, really important! Why would you boycott honey? I understand not liking placing bees in unnatural places just to pollinate things, but setting up hives and being a beekeeper is very important to keeping the bee population growing while they are going extinct. If we didn't have bees, the world would die off in a short matter of about four years :(

adviceforvegans:

This is absolutely NOT true and it’s something that people will use as a scare tactic. The only truth is that the world would die off without bees.

But to keep our bee population flourishing, factory farming is completely backwards where they kill the queens when they feel like it, keep them in such revolting conditions that they die off at the rate of knots, being so violently transported that they die from the pain and shock, sitting in the post office freezing to death, being electrocuted and gassed on a regular basis, being controlled and manipulated to suit the needs of humans, NOT the bees themselves. It’s amazing that they even live the 3 unnatural years that they do because they’re so disgustingly overworked. 

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donteverconform:

ohgreenw0rld:

Signal boost


I don’t even blaze.  But this is the realest shit.
malformalady:

Staring down what could be a 1,000 ft deep wormhole into blue ice on the Ruth Glacier in Denali National Park

Photo credit: Aaron Huey
cactus-cock:

The dead sea
shyowl:

wisteria-spirit:

Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor 

hippie vibes
keep-calm-stay-healthy:


freefalling-9:

hippiesandgypsies:

why is destruction so beautiful

because nature is taking itself back


shit that gave me chills 
deep

desperate-fallen-angel:

internetgf:

so seductive

THIS GETS ME EVERY FUCKING TIME

(Source: xylemphone, via yayyylifeisfun)

laboratoryequipment:

Bonobos Think It’s Nice to Share with StrangersYou’re standing in line somewhere and you decide to open a pack of gum. Do you share a piece with the coworker standing to one side of you, or with the stranger on the other? Most humans would choose the person they know first, if they shared at all.But bonobos, those notoriously frisky, ardently social great apes of the Congo, prefer to share with a stranger before sharing with an animal they know. In fact, a bonobo will invite a stranger to share a snack while leaving an acquaintance watching helplessly from behind a barrier.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/01/bonobos-think-its-nice-share-strangers
josharlington:

Nutmeg, the Red Panda
Photographed at the Erie Zoo.

lizzylundberg:

shannnfayyy:

I HAVE A COOL TAIL WOAH

Look back at it

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gypsylolita:

Giant Crystal
w3irdkitt3n:

Healing, definitely needed.
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barefoot-vegan:

hippie—-vibes:

earthflowur:

eartheld:

mostly nature

-

x

Anonymous said: Wait hold up a sec- bee farming is really, really important! Why would you boycott honey? I understand not liking placing bees in unnatural places just to pollinate things, but setting up hives and being a beekeeper is very important to keeping the bee population growing while they are going extinct. If we didn't have bees, the world would die off in a short matter of about four years :(

adviceforvegans:

This is absolutely NOT true and it’s something that people will use as a scare tactic. The only truth is that the world would die off without bees.

But to keep our bee population flourishing, factory farming is completely backwards where they kill the queens when they feel like it, keep them in such revolting conditions that they die off at the rate of knots, being so violently transported that they die from the pain and shock, sitting in the post office freezing to death, being electrocuted and gassed on a regular basis, being controlled and manipulated to suit the needs of humans, NOT the bees themselves. It’s amazing that they even live the 3 unnatural years that they do because they’re so disgustingly overworked. 

Tw; rape

Read More

donteverconform:

ohgreenw0rld:

Signal boost


I don’t even blaze.  But this is the realest shit.
malformalady:

Staring down what could be a 1,000 ft deep wormhole into blue ice on the Ruth Glacier in Denali National Park

Photo credit: Aaron Huey
cactus-cock:

The dead sea
shyowl:

wisteria-spirit:

Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor 

hippie vibes
keep-calm-stay-healthy:


freefalling-9:

hippiesandgypsies:

why is destruction so beautiful

because nature is taking itself back


shit that gave me chills 
deep

desperate-fallen-angel:

internetgf:

so seductive

THIS GETS ME EVERY FUCKING TIME

(Source: xylemphone, via yayyylifeisfun)

laboratoryequipment:

Bonobos Think It’s Nice to Share with StrangersYou’re standing in line somewhere and you decide to open a pack of gum. Do you share a piece with the coworker standing to one side of you, or with the stranger on the other? Most humans would choose the person they know first, if they shared at all.But bonobos, those notoriously frisky, ardently social great apes of the Congo, prefer to share with a stranger before sharing with an animal they know. In fact, a bonobo will invite a stranger to share a snack while leaving an acquaintance watching helplessly from behind a barrier.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/01/bonobos-think-its-nice-share-strangers
josharlington:

Nutmeg, the Red Panda
Photographed at the Erie Zoo.

lizzylundberg:

shannnfayyy:

I HAVE A COOL TAIL WOAH

Look back at it

(Source: gangsterpikachu, via thecutestofthecute)

gypsylolita:

Giant Crystal
w3irdkitt3n:

Healing, definitely needed.
A snazzyspace.com Theme A snazzyspace.com Theme you're living your adventure
barefoot-vegan:

hippie—-vibes:

earthflowur:

eartheld:

mostly nature

-

x

Anonymous said: Wait hold up a sec- bee farming is really, really important! Why would you boycott honey? I understand not liking placing bees in unnatural places just to pollinate things, but setting up hives and being a beekeeper is very important to keeping the bee population growing while they are going extinct. If we didn't have bees, the world would die off in a short matter of about four years :(

adviceforvegans:

This is absolutely NOT true and it’s something that people will use as a scare tactic. The only truth is that the world would die off without bees.

But to keep our bee population flourishing, factory farming is completely backwards where they kill the queens when they feel like it, keep them in such revolting conditions that they die off at the rate of knots, being so violently transported that they die from the pain and shock, sitting in the post office freezing to death, being electrocuted and gassed on a regular basis, being controlled and manipulated to suit the needs of humans, NOT the bees themselves. It’s amazing that they even live the 3 unnatural years that they do because they’re so disgustingly overworked. 

Tw; rape

Read More

donteverconform:

ohgreenw0rld:

Signal boost


I don’t even blaze.  But this is the realest shit.
malformalady:

Staring down what could be a 1,000 ft deep wormhole into blue ice on the Ruth Glacier in Denali National Park

Photo credit: Aaron Huey
cactus-cock:

The dead sea
shyowl:

wisteria-spirit:

Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor 

hippie vibes
keep-calm-stay-healthy:


freefalling-9:

hippiesandgypsies:

why is destruction so beautiful

because nature is taking itself back


shit that gave me chills 
deep

desperate-fallen-angel:

internetgf:

so seductive

THIS GETS ME EVERY FUCKING TIME

(Source: xylemphone, via yayyylifeisfun)

laboratoryequipment:

Bonobos Think It’s Nice to Share with StrangersYou’re standing in line somewhere and you decide to open a pack of gum. Do you share a piece with the coworker standing to one side of you, or with the stranger on the other? Most humans would choose the person they know first, if they shared at all.But bonobos, those notoriously frisky, ardently social great apes of the Congo, prefer to share with a stranger before sharing with an animal they know. In fact, a bonobo will invite a stranger to share a snack while leaving an acquaintance watching helplessly from behind a barrier.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/01/bonobos-think-its-nice-share-strangers
josharlington:

Nutmeg, the Red Panda
Photographed at the Erie Zoo.

lizzylundberg:

shannnfayyy:

I HAVE A COOL TAIL WOAH

Look back at it

(Source: gangsterpikachu, via thecutestofthecute)

gypsylolita:

Giant Crystal
w3irdkitt3n:

Healing, definitely needed.
A snazzyspace.com Theme A snazzyspace.com Theme } you're living your adventure
barefoot-vegan:

hippie—-vibes:

earthflowur:

eartheld:

mostly nature

-

x

Anonymous said: Wait hold up a sec- bee farming is really, really important! Why would you boycott honey? I understand not liking placing bees in unnatural places just to pollinate things, but setting up hives and being a beekeeper is very important to keeping the bee population growing while they are going extinct. If we didn't have bees, the world would die off in a short matter of about four years :(

adviceforvegans:

This is absolutely NOT true and it’s something that people will use as a scare tactic. The only truth is that the world would die off without bees.

But to keep our bee population flourishing, factory farming is completely backwards where they kill the queens when they feel like it, keep them in such revolting conditions that they die off at the rate of knots, being so violently transported that they die from the pain and shock, sitting in the post office freezing to death, being electrocuted and gassed on a regular basis, being controlled and manipulated to suit the needs of humans, NOT the bees themselves. It’s amazing that they even live the 3 unnatural years that they do because they’re so disgustingly overworked. 

Tw; rape

Read More

donteverconform:

ohgreenw0rld:

Signal boost


I don’t even blaze.  But this is the realest shit.
malformalady:

Staring down what could be a 1,000 ft deep wormhole into blue ice on the Ruth Glacier in Denali National Park

Photo credit: Aaron Huey
cactus-cock:

The dead sea
shyowl:

wisteria-spirit:

Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor 

hippie vibes
keep-calm-stay-healthy:


freefalling-9:

hippiesandgypsies:

why is destruction so beautiful

because nature is taking itself back


shit that gave me chills 
deep

desperate-fallen-angel:

internetgf:

so seductive

THIS GETS ME EVERY FUCKING TIME

(Source: xylemphone, via yayyylifeisfun)

laboratoryequipment:

Bonobos Think It’s Nice to Share with StrangersYou’re standing in line somewhere and you decide to open a pack of gum. Do you share a piece with the coworker standing to one side of you, or with the stranger on the other? Most humans would choose the person they know first, if they shared at all.But bonobos, those notoriously frisky, ardently social great apes of the Congo, prefer to share with a stranger before sharing with an animal they know. In fact, a bonobo will invite a stranger to share a snack while leaving an acquaintance watching helplessly from behind a barrier.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/01/bonobos-think-its-nice-share-strangers
josharlington:

Nutmeg, the Red Panda
Photographed at the Erie Zoo.

lizzylundberg:

shannnfayyy:

I HAVE A COOL TAIL WOAH

Look back at it

(Source: gangsterpikachu, via thecutestofthecute)

gypsylolita:

Giant Crystal
w3irdkitt3n:

Healing, definitely needed.
A snazzyspace.com Theme A snazzyspace.com Theme you're living your adventure
barefoot-vegan:

hippie—-vibes:

earthflowur:

eartheld:

mostly nature

-

x

Anonymous said: Wait hold up a sec- bee farming is really, really important! Why would you boycott honey? I understand not liking placing bees in unnatural places just to pollinate things, but setting up hives and being a beekeeper is very important to keeping the bee population growing while they are going extinct. If we didn't have bees, the world would die off in a short matter of about four years :(

adviceforvegans:

This is absolutely NOT true and it’s something that people will use as a scare tactic. The only truth is that the world would die off without bees.

But to keep our bee population flourishing, factory farming is completely backwards where they kill the queens when they feel like it, keep them in such revolting conditions that they die off at the rate of knots, being so violently transported that they die from the pain and shock, sitting in the post office freezing to death, being electrocuted and gassed on a regular basis, being controlled and manipulated to suit the needs of humans, NOT the bees themselves. It’s amazing that they even live the 3 unnatural years that they do because they’re so disgustingly overworked. 

Tw; rape

Read More

donteverconform:

ohgreenw0rld:

Signal boost


I don’t even blaze.  But this is the realest shit.
malformalady:

Staring down what could be a 1,000 ft deep wormhole into blue ice on the Ruth Glacier in Denali National Park

Photo credit: Aaron Huey
cactus-cock:

The dead sea
shyowl:

wisteria-spirit:

Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor 

hippie vibes
keep-calm-stay-healthy:


freefalling-9:

hippiesandgypsies:

why is destruction so beautiful

because nature is taking itself back


shit that gave me chills 
deep

desperate-fallen-angel:

internetgf:

so seductive

THIS GETS ME EVERY FUCKING TIME

(Source: xylemphone, via yayyylifeisfun)

laboratoryequipment:

Bonobos Think It’s Nice to Share with StrangersYou’re standing in line somewhere and you decide to open a pack of gum. Do you share a piece with the coworker standing to one side of you, or with the stranger on the other? Most humans would choose the person they know first, if they shared at all.But bonobos, those notoriously frisky, ardently social great apes of the Congo, prefer to share with a stranger before sharing with an animal they know. In fact, a bonobo will invite a stranger to share a snack while leaving an acquaintance watching helplessly from behind a barrier.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/01/bonobos-think-its-nice-share-strangers
josharlington:

Nutmeg, the Red Panda
Photographed at the Erie Zoo.

lizzylundberg:

shannnfayyy:

I HAVE A COOL TAIL WOAH

Look back at it

(Source: gangsterpikachu, via thecutestofthecute)

gypsylolita:

Giant Crystal
w3irdkitt3n:

Healing, definitely needed.
A snazzyspace.com Theme A snazzyspace.com Theme you're living your adventure
barefoot-vegan:

hippie—-vibes:

earthflowur:

eartheld:

mostly nature

-

x

Anonymous said: Wait hold up a sec- bee farming is really, really important! Why would you boycott honey? I understand not liking placing bees in unnatural places just to pollinate things, but setting up hives and being a beekeeper is very important to keeping the bee population growing while they are going extinct. If we didn't have bees, the world would die off in a short matter of about four years :(

adviceforvegans:

This is absolutely NOT true and it’s something that people will use as a scare tactic. The only truth is that the world would die off without bees.

But to keep our bee population flourishing, factory farming is completely backwards where they kill the queens when they feel like it, keep them in such revolting conditions that they die off at the rate of knots, being so violently transported that they die from the pain and shock, sitting in the post office freezing to death, being electrocuted and gassed on a regular basis, being controlled and manipulated to suit the needs of humans, NOT the bees themselves. It’s amazing that they even live the 3 unnatural years that they do because they’re so disgustingly overworked. 

Tw; rape

Read More

donteverconform:

ohgreenw0rld:

Signal boost


I don’t even blaze.  But this is the realest shit.
malformalady:

Staring down what could be a 1,000 ft deep wormhole into blue ice on the Ruth Glacier in Denali National Park

Photo credit: Aaron Huey
cactus-cock:

The dead sea
shyowl:

wisteria-spirit:

Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor 

hippie vibes
keep-calm-stay-healthy:


freefalling-9:

hippiesandgypsies:

why is destruction so beautiful

because nature is taking itself back


shit that gave me chills 
deep

desperate-fallen-angel:

internetgf:

so seductive

THIS GETS ME EVERY FUCKING TIME

(Source: xylemphone, via yayyylifeisfun)

laboratoryequipment:

Bonobos Think It’s Nice to Share with StrangersYou’re standing in line somewhere and you decide to open a pack of gum. Do you share a piece with the coworker standing to one side of you, or with the stranger on the other? Most humans would choose the person they know first, if they shared at all.But bonobos, those notoriously frisky, ardently social great apes of the Congo, prefer to share with a stranger before sharing with an animal they know. In fact, a bonobo will invite a stranger to share a snack while leaving an acquaintance watching helplessly from behind a barrier.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/01/bonobos-think-its-nice-share-strangers
josharlington:

Nutmeg, the Red Panda
Photographed at the Erie Zoo.

lizzylundberg:

shannnfayyy:

I HAVE A COOL TAIL WOAH

Look back at it

(Source: gangsterpikachu, via thecutestofthecute)

gypsylolita:

Giant Crystal
w3irdkitt3n:

Healing, definitely needed.
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