there is beauty in life


  1. leebarguss:

    Queens of Andes (by Jakub Polomski)

    (via whoduhthunkit)

  2. positivedoodles:

requested by thesalmonofjustice
  3. sublim-ature:

Kamieńczyk, PolandMateusz Kiziorek

    sublim-ature:

    Kamieńczyk, Poland
    Mateusz Kiziorek

  4. portraits-of-america:

     “I love life, I love everybody, and I want everybody to love life and to love themselves.”
Providence, RI

    portraits-of-america:

         “I love life, I love everybody, and I want everybody to love life and to love themselves.”

    Providence, RI

  5. llbwwb:


(via Tanu by David Hodgins / 500px)
  6. patshotyou:

Some rain must fall
Website/Google+

    patshotyou:

    Some rain must fall

    Website/Google+

    (via etherealvistas)

  7. That equation is already solved for x, my friend. You don’t get the credit for nerdy pick-up lines unless they actually make sense…

    That equation is already solved for x, my friend. You don’t get the credit for nerdy pick-up lines unless they actually make sense…

    (via robopoptart)

  8. worldfam0us:

Timeless Road | WF
  9. fuckyeahnotebooks:

Taking a break from printing to cover some cute little notebooks with some of my fabric. They’ll be at #etsymadeincanada this Saturday! #etsyottawa #spoonflower (by doodle and hoob)

    fuckyeahnotebooks:

    Taking a break from printing to cover some cute little notebooks with some of my fabric. They’ll be at #etsymadeincanada this Saturday! #etsyottawa #spoonflower (by doodle and hoob)

  10. mashable:

    Astronaut Chris Hadfield recently wrote a post for Mashable about what it’s like to orbit the earth.

    In just 92 minutes we go all the way around, incredulously gazing on place after place, barely known and only dreamed of. The colors and textures pour underneath, a refilling kaleidoscope of delight. Over the months in space that followed, I took thousands of photos to capture and remember it. My book You Are Here is the best of those photos — my guided tour of our planet, as if we were floating and looking out the spaceship window together. Here are a few.

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    (via eternal-nova)

  11. atraversso:

Autumn Fall  by Jackson James
  12. I firmly believe in small gestures: pay for their coffee, hold the door for strangers, over tip, smile or try to be kind even when you don’t feel like it, pay compliments, chase the kid’s runaway ball down the sidewalk and throw it back to him, try to be larger than you are— particularly when it’s difficult. People do notice, people appreciate. I appreciate it when it’s done to me. Small gestures can be an effort, or actually go against our grain (I’m not a big one for paying compliments), but the irony is that almost every time you make them, you feel better about yourself. For a moment life suddenly feels lighter, a bit more Gene Kelly dancing in the rain.