BAN OGHA

What I do Is in my blood
stockandbarrelco:

Rugged and handy is the new black | No.38 Cord Keeper | $24 #carrywell

stockandbarrelco:

Rugged and handy is the new black | No.38 Cord Keeper | $24 #carrywell

maddieonthings:

Foggy ice cave exploration, the conditions were amazing (Mt Baker National Forest)

maddieonthings:

Foggy ice cave exploration, the conditions were amazing (Mt Baker National Forest)

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A couple reminders for everybody headed back to school

keepcalmstay-s-t-r-o-n-g:

• your mental health is more important than your grades/school work
• you are fabulous
• they’re probably not even paying attention when you give a presentation
• one friend is better than no friends
• eat a healthy lunch
• take care of yourself
• please stay safe
• your mental health is more important than your grades/school work
• I love you

The first one and second to last one.

People surprisingly don’t get that.

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blastedheath:

Martin Ålund (Swedish, b. 1967), Chemistry 1 : 9, 2013. Oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm.

blastedheath:

Martin Ålund (Swedish, b. 1967), Chemistry 1 : 9, 2013. Oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm.

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Bearglove

Seriously? Another friend who knows I live here not saying jack shit to me about coming. Great.

assholes.

feclark:

'Super Moon', 8” x  8”, acrylic on board, 2013, by F.E. Clark.
This is part of my - Super Moons and Sprites series - inspired by the recent super moons.

feclark:

'Super Moon', 8” x  8”, acrylic on board, 2013, by F.E. Clark.

This is part of my - Super Moons and Sprites series - inspired by the recent super moons.

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michael-duevel:

Friedhof Ohlsdorf

michael-duevel:

Friedhof Ohlsdorf

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inner-realms:

nature | Tumblr unter We Heart It.

inner-realms:

nature | Tumblr unter We Heart It.

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odofemi:

Rhymes For Young Ghouls (2014)

This film, set during the 1970s, is very dark and pessimistic story about a teenage Aboriginal girl dealing with the horrific residential school system while navigating an entire community traumatized by the ongoing legacy of colonialism on Turtle Island. It’s some of the best filmmaking I’ve seen in a long time. The film is in English and Mi’kmaq.

Kawennahere Devery Jacobs puts in a heart-wrenching and intense performance. And the cinematography is stunning. You’ve got to see this film! This is truly Indigenous Noir.

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