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skies-in-my-eyes  asked:

I had to say, I am absolutely spellbound by your talent! Your photography is so utterly ethereal. It takes me to a different place, and even if I'm having a bad day, you take my breath away and replace all my dreams back into my life and realize that life is beautiful. Thank you so, so, so much for doing what you do and for sharing it on here. You're an absolute love; thanks for listening to this and I hope you have a fantastic day!!. 🌻🌻

Oh my goodness, this message fills me with so much joy. I feel slightly dazed; your words are so lovely and important to me. It’s beautiful to know that my blog and photography can be your little ray of hope. I wish nothing but good things for you, darling. Thanks for taking the time to write to me and for making my night! 🌙✨ You’re a peach.

anonymous asked:

hello there!! i apologise for disturbing you :') i'm an original photographer and i just needed some advice. would people be more inclined to follow if i reblogged other people's works as well, or would it be better to remain as a blog purely for my own photography? i just think that since i dont post every day, the exposure my blog has should be quite minimal as well. thank you for taking the time to answer! :-) have a good weekend!

Hello there! You’re not disturbing me at all, don't worry ^___^.
Well, it kinda depends on what you want your blog to be.
Do you want it  to be like a portfolio of your photography or a general photography blog?
If its the first then I would suggest  you to post your photography only and you can add you older photos to your queue, so your blog will stay active even if you don't post every day.
Now if you want a general photography blog then you can reblog other people’s work I guess.
Personally, I would do the first one, just post my own photography and add my old ones to my queue , this way my followers wouldn't be confused about my photos.
If you want you can come off anon and I can reblog some photos from you ^__^


[Fancier] Sailormoon Crystal 6 Miracle R baton Pen


Size: 44cm

It looks like pen! But this is a baton! for.. such as a music conductor?! LOL

It can be enlarged until 44cm.

This is a nice prop for photography and your mental health!

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“If there are junk yards in hell, love is the dog that guards the gate”- Bukowski

Whooo is that? A baby Mexican spotted owl at Zion National Park in Utah! National parks aren’t just for people to enjoy – they also preserve important habitat for wildlife like the Mexican spotted owl, found in Zion’s slot canyons. It’s one of the largest owls in North America and is listed as a threatened species by both the U.S. and Mexican governments. Protecting parks helps ensure these owls have a home for years to come. Photo by Sarah Stio, National Park Service.


Happy 100th Birthday to the National Park Service! Today in 1916 President Woodrow Wilson signed into law the Organic Act which created the NPS and paved the way for the protection of our most beautiful, rugged, and historic places. Thank you to all those involved with the NPS that work to keeping our parks pristine.

Admission to all NPS units is free from August 25th to August 28th in celebration of the Centennial, so get out there and enjoy one near you. If you’d like to know more about how you can participate in the Centennial, then head over to

Happy 100th birthday, National Park Service! For the last century, the National Park Service has protected America’s Best Idea, ensuring current and future generations can experience the country’s natural, cultural and historic treasures. The birth of the National Park Service can be traced to back to June 30, 1864, when the federal government set aside Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias – land that would later become Yosemite National Park in California. Photo by Lesli Cohan (

Clinoclase, Olivenite


Sitio do Cobre Mine, Ingadanais Mines, Tostão, Vila Velha de Rodão, Castelo Branco District, Portugal

Clinoclase crystals associated to fibrous olivenite. Olivenite is partially altered to clinoclase, which is somehow frequent in this mine.

Pedro Alves’ Photo

A natural wonderland created by stone and erosion, Arches National Park offers unforgettable experiences. When visiting the park this summer, photographer Derek Cronk looked up and saw a shimmering rainbow framed in the massive window of Delicate Arch. “I felt lucky to be in such an incredible location as it was, but it took my breath away to be presented with such an amazing opportunity.” Lucky and good is a great combination. Photo courtesy of Derek Cronk.