Once Upon A Victor

Once upon a daydream, in a now not so far away, lived a me—an idle me—who loved telling tales, tales of an us that didn't quite exist. But here we can, as the tides stand still. Snapsnots of my mind as time passes. Hopefully this flies, Vic.

Hold me, closerLet me go.

by Uwe Heidschötter

Hold me, closer
Let me go.

by Uwe Heidschötter

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For the lactose intolerant. 

For the lactose intolerant. 

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"Like a magpie, I am a scavenger of shiny things: fairy tales, dead languages, weird folk beliefs, fascinating religions, and more."

- Laini Taylor, Lips Touch: Three Times (via budddha)

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lilyvonk:

Painted Bigby and Snow from Fables/The Wolf Among Us.

lilyvonk:

Painted Bigby and Snow from Fables/The Wolf Among Us.

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You said:   ”Wave back,  these are the best days of your life.”
La Porte De Justice, Édifice Ernest-Cormier, Montréal, 2014.

You said:
   ”Wave back,  these are the best days of your life.”


La Porte De Justice, 
Édifice Ernest-Cormier, Montréal, 2014.

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I got a little bit longerI got a ways to go-oh-oh. 

Tadpoles by Bert Willaert

I got a little bit longer
I got a ways to go-oh-oh. 

Tadpoles
by Bert Willaert

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sundaypostsecrets:

Secret from PostSecret.com

sundaypostsecrets:

Secret from PostSecret.com

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vindictiverot:

This picture, captured underground, shows the parasitic fungus Paecilomyces cicadae sprouting from the bodies of cicada nymphs. An insect is infected when ingested spores take over its body, inhibiting protein synthesis and replacing internal organs with the vegetative part of the fungus, called mycelia. (Image: Elma Kearney/New Scientist Eureka Prize for Science Photography)
[New Scientist]

vindictiverot:

This picture, captured underground, shows the parasitic fungus Paecilomyces cicadae sprouting from the bodies of cicada nymphs. An insect is infected when ingested spores take over its body, inhibiting protein synthesis and replacing internal organs with the vegetative part of the fungus, called mycelia.

(Image: Elma Kearney/
New Scientist Eureka Prize for Science Photography)

[New Scientist]

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Story of my love life. LESBIANS.
(coffeeaddictdina & indicativeofkatie)

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