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Chelsea - 20 - Canada

Using this platform as a means to express my passion for the beautiful I aim to evoke a unique appreciation for the arts, the human form, and all of life’s pleasures.

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6ood:

My dance style ranges from white dad at a barbecue to stripper whose rent is due tomorrow

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(Un)familiar ceiling

Yesterday’s selfie

Yesterday’s selfie

vxy7:

13 peaches, 3 shiny pennies

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fer1972:

A Forest made of Washi Paper by Takashi Kuribayashi

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throwherinthewater:

Huey (Agnes Varda, 1968)

Watch in full here.

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blvck-zoid:

Follow BLVCK-ZOID for fashion
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blvck-zoid:

Follow BLVCK-ZOID for fashion

repcode 'blvckzoid' at KARMALOOP for a discount

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leafla:

completely unedited sunset in cape cod

leafla:

completely unedited sunset in cape cod

(via nicholael)

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tsabe:

The Animated Self Portrait 

T.S Abe

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Selfie from yesterday

Selfie from yesterday

malformalady:

Van covered in vegetation on the abandoned island of Ikeshima, Japan. The island of Ikeshima, lies on top of an enormous reserve of undersea coal. Starting in 1959, a local business began moving workers to the island to mine the coal, a lucrative operation that eventually moved 8000 people to the top of this absurdly tiny (600-meter radius) island. Vast apartment complexes from this period are still standing today and are open for your exploration.

malformalady:

Van covered in vegetation on the abandoned island of Ikeshima, Japan. The island of Ikeshima, lies on top of an enormous reserve of undersea coal. Starting in 1959, a local business began moving workers to the island to mine the coal, a lucrative operation that eventually moved 8000 people to the top of this absurdly tiny (600-meter radius) island. Vast apartment complexes from this period are still standing today and are open for your exploration.