Photo 19 Oct 2,175 notes fat-birds:

‘The Tantrum’ by  ADS3630 on Flickr. 
via Flickr: This baby Magpie was following his mum around demanding to be fed, but she wouldn’t give in. He flipped onto his back and threw a full tantrum, which she tried to ignore. Eventually she came over and gave him a peck, and he got back to his feet and started behaving. I’m sure I’ve seen a similar scene at the supermarket before!

fat-birds:

‘The Tantrum’ by ADS3630 on Flickr.

via Flickr: This baby Magpie was following his mum around demanding to be fed, but she wouldn’t give in. He flipped onto his back and threw a full tantrum, which she tried to ignore. Eventually she came over and gave him a peck, and he got back to his feet and started behaving. I’m sure I’ve seen a similar scene at the supermarket before!

Video 19 Oct 16,071 notes

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Hummingbirds Pack A Colorful Punch

Stunning

Photo 19 Oct 17 notes dehanginggarden:

Climber by Alannah-Hawker
Quote 17 Oct 31,112 notes
I lay on the bed and lost myself in the stories. I liked that. Books were safer than other people anyway.
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Photo 17 Oct 504,913 notes Ha ha!

Ha ha!

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Photo 9 Oct 3,340 notes littleg:

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Photo 9 Oct 788 notes littleworries:

This bird is in my dreams quite often.  Sometimes it settles massively around me and sometimes it is nearby but elsewhere.  It grows from me like you grow from me, from my bellybutton and from my brainbox.
Hello.

littleworries:

This bird is in my dreams quite often.  Sometimes it settles massively around me and sometimes it is nearby but elsewhere.  It grows from me like you grow from me, from my bellybutton and from my brainbox.

Hello.

Photo 9 Oct 93 notes littleworries:

There is a blackbird that lives near where I live.  I see him most mornings.  We are both alive early and we both quiet-creep along the same lane.  I know it is him because he is all blackbird except for one white feather in his tail.  It cannot be any other bird so it must always be him.  I don’t know if he has a wife or is out so early hoping for one.  He stays and sideways peers at me as I come, and then skitters away.  He doesn’t fly away, he just hides in the hedge.
I promised someone I would take a photograph of him, but I am such a slow clumsy, and he is not, and so all I have of him is what I find in my brain and also what I can pretend.
Hello. 

littleworries:

There is a blackbird that lives near where I live.  I see him most mornings.  We are both alive early and we both quiet-creep along the same lane.  I know it is him because he is all blackbird except for one white feather in his tail.  It cannot be any other bird so it must always be him.  I don’t know if he has a wife or is out so early hoping for one.  He stays and sideways peers at me as I come, and then skitters away.  He doesn’t fly away, he just hides in the hedge.

I promised someone I would take a photograph of him, but I am such a slow clumsy, and he is not, and so all I have of him is what I find in my brain and also what I can pretend.

Hello. 

Photo 9 Oct 1,253 notes oix:

one of the past winters by serni on Flickr.


So atmospheric…love!

oix:

one of the past winters by serni on Flickr.

So atmospheric…love!

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Quote 1 Sep 168,482 notes
The trick, kiddo,” his mom replies slowly. “Is finding someone who complements you instead of completes you. You need to be complete on your own.
— 

The Fight, and Fate by the farofixer  (via supmariss)

reblog, always.

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Solitude with God repairs the damage done by the fret and noise and clamor of the world.
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