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    Finally bidding farewell to the #Balkans ..for now (at Zagreb)

    Finally bidding farewell to the #Balkans ..for now (at Zagreb)

    — 1 month ago with 1 note

    #balkans 
    #Plitvice Lakes NP.. Believe the hype! #travelstoke

    #Plitvice Lakes NP.. Believe the hype! #travelstoke

    — 1 month ago

    #plitvice  #travelstoke 
    I’ve been fortunate enough to witness some epic sunsets in my time, and this was definitely one of the best (at Table Mountain National Park)

    I’ve been fortunate enough to witness some epic sunsets in my time, and this was definitely one of the best (at Table Mountain National Park)

    — 7 months ago

    New kid in town, shaking things up #FamilyPortrait #Suave

    New kid in town, shaking things up #FamilyPortrait #Suave

    — 8 months ago

    #suave  #familyportrait 
    It’s not a pair of Chucks that will be under #Timmah’s feet.. #NewShoeSmell

    It’s not a pair of Chucks that will be under #Timmah’s feet.. #NewShoeSmell

    — 8 months ago

    #newshoesmell  #timmah 
    Airline #inspiration, courtesy of KLM (at Amsterdam)

    Airline #inspiration, courtesy of KLM (at Amsterdam)

    — 8 months ago with 1 note

    #inspiration 
    #Packing the essentials.. What am I forgetting?

    #Packing the essentials.. What am I forgetting?

    — 9 months ago with 1 note

    #packing 
    gabriele-go asked: cats


    Answer:

    image

    — 9 months ago

    #cats  #kenya  #safari  #lions  #meow 
    "The only clear view is from atop the mountain of your dead selves."
    — 9 months ago with 1777 notes

    "Ordinary life does not interest me. I seek only the high moments. I am in accord with the surrealists, searching for the marvelous. I want to be a writer who reminds others that these moments exist; I want to prove that there is infinite space, infinite meaning, infinite dimension."
    Anaïs Nin reads from her famous diaries in rare 1966 recording (via explore-blog)

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    — 9 months ago with 1326 notes

    "I think one of the true ways I’ve gotten smarter is that I’ve realized that there are ways other people are a lot smarter than me. My biggest asset as a writer is that I’m pretty much like everybody else. The parts of me that used to think I was different or smarter or whatever almost made me die."
    A revealing and bittersweet conversation with David Foster Wallace, who took his life on September 12, 2008. (via explore-blog)

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    — 10 months ago with 436 notes