☀ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ( * ~ ㄧ∀ㄧ) ~ amo; volu ut sis

chill amigo all is well; let your heart do the smiley emoji
adderallfairy:

Me

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aquaticwonder:

What are you running from?

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ogchakra:

izitshalo:

“The speed at which the sakura blossom petals fall… Five centimeters per second..”

嫌な野郎

ogchakra:

izitshalo:

The speed at which the sakura blossom petals fall… Five centimeters per second..”

嫌な野郎

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in an acquaintance or a relationship, i find it’s most comforting interacting and hanging with people with the mindset that we are on equivalent levels of love and and respect for, not just each other, but love and respect for ourselves as well. i want you to know i have no expectations of you and i hope you don’t have any of me and in that; we’s just finna be~ and with the beauty of each relationship i form from this, once in a while, people unintentionally expose a small part of their raw colour and soul. whether it comes to the way someones cheeks flush as you tell them you love some sort of aspect of them, or when it comes to small gestures and itches they get when they’re flustered and frustrated. the way their souls pour out on their sleeves when they talk about their most pleasurable favourites, the way raw excitement oozes from their eyes when they see something they like, and the way a grin creates itself on their face -feeling how proud they are of an accomplishment. and the way they “ugly” laugh❤❤❤ Within this, the action of judgement cannot be seen as rationally justifiable in any sense because that is unfair and selfishly imposing an expectation on someone; something they should not have to endure. like holy shitballs, each person, animal, tree, bug, and living thing is carrying out the process of life but the fact that we carry it out all on different paths makes everyone infinitely intriguing to me and i just want to see more of their raw vulnerability because it is truely a valuable sight to see. and i can’t help but to smile and acquire veneration and love for the simplicity of their small (yet, to me, are significantly grand) actions and being.

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dominique petrin

dominique petrin

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rhamphotheca:

The Caterpillar of the Wavy Emerald Moth (Synchlora aerata), family Geometridae, a species found throughout much of North America. The larvae feed on many plants in the family Asteraceae (like Liatris spp. and Rudbeckia spp.) as well as a variety of other flowering plants. They are known to pluck the petals from the flowers of their host plants and affix them to their backs using silk. Once the petals begin to wilt and discolor, the caterpillar discard the old petals and picks new petals, which camouflage the animal.
(top photo: the larva on a Liatris, by Hope Abrams)

(photo: the adult Wavy-lined Emerald, by Auntie Gwen)

rhamphotheca:

The Caterpillar of the Wavy Emerald Moth (Synchlora aerata), family Geometridae, a species found throughout much of North America. The larvae feed on many plants in the family Asteraceae (like Liatris spp. and Rudbeckia spp.) as well as a variety of other flowering plants. They are known to pluck the petals from the flowers of their host plants and affix them to their backs using silk. Once the petals begin to wilt and discolor, the caterpillar discard the old petals and picks new petals, which camouflage the animal.

(top photo: the larva on a Liatris, by Hope Abrams)

(photo: the adult Wavy-lined Emerald, by Auntie Gwen)

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dendroica:

A wasp looks like it is doing a daring trapeze act while being dangled from a blade of grass by four red ants. The insects lifted the wasp by his wings as they carried him back to their nest. Photographer Uda Dennie captured the team work outside his home in Batam Island, Indonesia. He said: “I love taking close-up photos of insects because it reveals things you rarely see. I went outside to look for insects and found these ants working together to carry the dead wasp back to their nest.” Picture: Uda Dennie/solent (via Pictures of the day: 17 January 2012 - Telegraph)

dendroica:

A wasp looks like it is doing a daring trapeze act while being dangled from a blade of grass by four red ants. The insects lifted the wasp by his wings as they carried him back to their nest. Photographer Uda Dennie captured the team work outside his home in Batam Island, Indonesia. He said: “I love taking close-up photos of insects because it reveals things you rarely see. I went outside to look for insects and found these ants working together to carry the dead wasp back to their nest.” Picture: Uda Dennie/solent (via Pictures of the day: 17 January 2012 - Telegraph)

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