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Works at Financial Advisor Studies at URI Alumni Lives in Providence Single Speaks English, Spanish, and Learning Japanese and Mandarin Born on March 10th From (Bronx) New York

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Magical Paths Begging To Be Walked

Roads and paths pervade our literature, poetry, artwork, linguistic expressions and music. Even photographers can’t keep their eyes (and lenses) off of a beautiful road or path, which is why we collected this list of 28 amazing photos of paths.

Paths like these have a powerful grip on the human imagination – they can bring adventure, promise and change or solitude, peace and calm. There’s nothing like a walk down a beautiful path to clear your head – or to fill it with ideas!

I’ll leave you with an excellent quote from J. R. R. Tolkien’s works while you enjoy these images; “It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.

  1. Autumn In The White Carpathians
  2. Rhododendron Laden Path, Mount Rogers, Virginia, USA
  3. Spring In Hallerbos Forest, Belgium
  4. Autumn Path In Kyoto, Japan 
  5. Autumn Path
  6. Bamboo Path In Kyoto, Japan
  7. Hitachi Seaside Park Path In Japan
  8. Dark Hedges In Ireland
  9. Winter Forest Path, Czech Republic
  10. Path Under Blooming Trees In Spring

 

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This perfection by an @ohrangutang , hair and makeup by @cristinapilo (at Octopustudio Miami)

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This perfection by an @ohrangutang , hair and makeup by @cristinapilo (at Octopustudio Miami)

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jadoremeliss:

I couldn’t stop smiling.

oh fuck das smooth as fuck

Wowowow

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belllaavitaaa:

jadoremeliss:

I couldn’t stop smiling.

oh fuck das smooth as fuck

Wowowow

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#Read to filth by the Queen of England.

The queen has reached dangerous levels of sass

Gays Save The Queen

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goonpunch:

thesteven1:

#Read to filth by the Queen of England.

The queen has reached dangerous levels of sass

Gays Save The Queen

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Very clear water.

This fucked me up

womanfeedme:

stunningpicture:

Very clear water.

This fucked me up

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Pisces - A Book and a Belief that the World is Words
As the final Water sign drifting under the governing of illusionary Neptune, Pisces are all about spinning fantasies and absorbing alternate realities. Of all the signs, including Gemini and Virgo, the pages of a book are a likely place you will find a Piscean native. These individuals are at home playing in dreamed up aquariums. And, their incredible visual imagery and imagination facilitates a vivid and exhilarating reading experiences. There is nothing more pleasurable to Piscean than lazing around in bed all day and losing themselves in a novel. Neptune is known for playing the deception card, and the acutely sensitive Piscean is fond of hiding from hiding reality; finding the words of another’s world providing a comfortable safe haven for them. Pisces are known as the zodiac’s escapists, their clarity of mind clouded by the Neptunian fog, the maladaptive daydreamer who loses days in the universes of literature. 
Pisceans welcome the new season with the mutable energies, and this gears  them toward the intellect and curiosity to learn. Often blessed with an early aptitude for reading, these individuals are not so much geared for consuming text books as they are to falling into the incredible fantasy worlds of fiction. Many Pisceans are instilled with generous creative flairs, and often make brilliant poets, play writes and creative writers. The world of the arts is ever alluring to the Pisces native, who is at home saturated in the subjective reality. When reality becomes too harsh, these people create their own, and their creative visualisation is more pronounced than any zodiac sign. Astrologers call Neptune a “forgetful” confusing, and vague planet, and the keywords around Pisces continue the theme:- escapist, scattered, magic, fantastical, idealistic and ill-defined. Like their ruling planet, who rules hypnotism, Pisceans are often mesmerised by the contents of their bookshelf. 
 Many astrologers stress that Pisces is a sign that needs something, or someone, to believe in. Idealizing and being romanticized by characters or living in the worlds where dreams transpire can fill the constant hunger in them. Neptune allows Pisces to put aside the rational mind and jump head first into the realms of imagination where fanciful notion bears no physical limitations. All styles of communication draw form in Pisces; symbols, imagery, language and monuments, and they are capable of the ultimate living experience in their reading. The zodiac’s card of deception allures February-March born into realms beyond the ordinary, the scenes of the magical right to experiences and colours of every crystal particle ever created in one’s mind alone.   -Cherry

astrolocherry:

Pisces - A Book and a Belief that the World is Words

As the final Water sign drifting under the governing of illusionary Neptune, Pisces are all about spinning fantasies and absorbing alternate realities. Of all the signs, including Gemini and Virgo, the pages of a book are a likely place you will find a Piscean native. These individuals are at home playing in dreamed up aquariums. And, their incredible visual imagery and imagination facilitates a vivid and exhilarating reading experiences. There is nothing more pleasurable to Piscean than lazing around in bed all day and losing themselves in a novel. Neptune is known for playing the deception card, and the acutely sensitive Piscean is fond of hiding from hiding reality; finding the words of another’s world providing a comfortable safe haven for them. Pisces are known as the zodiac’s escapists, their clarity of mind clouded by the Neptunian fog, the maladaptive daydreamer who loses days in the universes of literature. 

Pisceans welcome the new season with the mutable energies, and this gears  them toward the intellect and curiosity to learn. Often blessed with an early aptitude for reading, these individuals are not so much geared for consuming text books as they are to falling into the incredible fantasy worlds of fiction. Many Pisceans are instilled with generous creative flairs, and often make brilliant poets, play writes and creative writers. The world of the arts is ever alluring to the Pisces native, who is at home saturated in the subjective reality. When reality becomes too harsh, these people create their own, and their creative visualisation is more pronounced than any zodiac sign. Astrologers call Neptune a “forgetful” confusing, and vague planet, and the keywords around Pisces continue the theme:- escapist, scattered, magic, fantastical, idealistic and ill-defined. Like their ruling planet, who rules hypnotism, Pisceans are often mesmerised by the contents of their bookshelf. 

 Many astrologers stress that Pisces is a sign that needs something, or someone, to believe in. Idealizing and being romanticized by characters or living in the worlds where dreams transpire can fill the constant hunger in them. Neptune allows Pisces to put aside the rational mind and jump head first into the realms of imagination where fanciful notion bears no physical limitations. All styles of communication draw form in Pisces; symbols, imagery, language and monuments, and they are capable of the ultimate living experience in their reading. The zodiac’s card of deception allures February-March born into realms beyond the ordinary, the scenes of the magical right to experiences and colours of every crystal particle ever created in one’s mind alone.  
-Cherry

If only i had been born with these eyes. Lol

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