All lives are connected

Grad student getting my MA in translation and interpretation. Distance runner, vegan, queer. Food, warm weather, rainstorms, music, cross stitch, good books, & close friends are my greatest loves. Dreaming of learning as many languages as I can, traveling the world, translating a novel, and opening a vegan bakery & café.

Languages: Español (castellano)
日本語
Italiano
Português

musts:

© Jon Hurd { website }
Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada

musts:

© Jon Hurd { website }

Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada

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f-ftw:

sargasmic-humor:

when you catch someone checking out your bae so you gotta mark your territory real quick like

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Pahaha

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goosebumping:

vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, German artist.

Wow

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martaprior:

Avocados doing yoga.

martaprior:

Avocados doing yoga.

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atraversso:

Nærøyfjord - Norway by Tomasz Furmanek

Please don’t delete the link to the photographers/artists, thanks!

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teenagesoil:

I feel like I’m going to be that aunt who drinks vodka straight out of the bottle and ruins Christmas.

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pospiscal:

smokeandcitrine:

Animals you never knew existed!

1) Maned Wolf

2) Pink Fairy Armadillo

3) Patagonian Mara

4) Raccoon Dog

5) Sunda Colugo

6) Irrawaddy Dolphin

are these pokemon

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rhamphotheca:

The Brazilian Jabuticaba tree (Plinia cauliflora) well and truly takes advantage of all the surface area on its trunk by growing its sweet, grape-like fruits all over.
* This syndrome of growing fruit on the trunk is called cauliflory, and is believed to have evolved to make fruit more accessible to gound based frugivorous animals. The fruits are a popular food for humans in parts of South America, and have a wide variety of preparations and uses. (- Paxon)
Images: Bruno.karklis and Anderson S Silva (bit.ly/1sXHwip)
(via: ScienceAlert!)

rhamphotheca:

The Brazilian Jabuticaba tree (Plinia cauliflora) well and truly takes advantage of all the surface area on its trunk by growing its sweet, grape-like fruits all over.

* This syndrome of growing fruit on the trunk is called cauliflory, and is believed to have evolved to make fruit more accessible to gound based frugivorous animals. The fruits are a popular food for humans in parts of South America, and have a wide variety of preparations and uses. (- Paxon)

Images: Bruno.karklis and Anderson S Silva (bit.ly/1sXHwip)

(via: ScienceAlert!)

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“Not sure if I need sex, sleep or to punch somebody in the face.”

—   gold-kushkloudz (via soulsscrawl)

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cherioz:

Quitting school to become a plant who wants to join me we can make a forest

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