ilovett:

the worst type of procrastination is the one where you’re totally insistent that you’re going to be productive, so you spend hours on tumblr, but refuse to catch up on tv shows or anything because “i’m going to work in like a second”

What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world, remains and is immortal.
Mason Albert Pike (via forever-and-alwayss)

goddess-river:

I made 4 transparent mermaids. Which one do you identify with the most? (Earth, Fire, Water, Wind)

tomfuckinmison:

this is a religious experience

phaserburn:

My taste in music ranges from “you need to listen to this” to “I know, please don’t judge me.”

faeires:

the weather today is probably the most beautiful weather ever probably

identitypollution:

100 mother fuckers can’t tell him nothin’. 

Mini zip-bag pre-orders here.

odditiesoflife:

The Unbelievable Crystal Caves of Naica, Mexico

Hidden 300 meters below the earth, Naica’s Cave of Crystals is a site of sheer magnificent beauty. A big geode of red walls filled with selenite crystals of extraordinary shapes and sizes were accidentally discovered during the exploration of a mine. This mineral wonderland is a site of extreme scientific interest and an extraordinary natural phenomena.

Located in Chihuahua, Mexico, the Naica caves were discovered when a mining facility pumped an immense amount of water out of the ground to continue to mining. When the water was drained out of the caves, an extraordinary natural treasure was discovered. The crystals discovered represent the most extraordinary examples of selenite ever found. By chance, four caves of unique characteristics and sizes have been discovered. Although all four caves contain stunning crystals, only one of the caves in particular features the mammoth crystals seen above, the Crystals’ Cave.

The Crystals’ Cave is one of the world’s most spectacular geographical discoveries of all time. The cave features giant selenite crystals of a size never seen before. Most of them measure six meters in length, with some of them reaching eleven meters. The temperature at this depth varies from 45°C to 50°C, while the percentage of humidity ranges from 90 to 100%, meaning that humans cannot survive there for longer than two hours.

sources 1, 2

sodamnrelatable:

trying to talk to someone you really admire

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'I kept raising the flags, hoping they might help him find me.'

oelm:

Garnet’s the strongest gem.  Don’t forget it.