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quantum-light:

im-a-fucking-alien:

http://im-a-fucking-alien.tumblr.com

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Quantum Light
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quantum-light:

im-a-fucking-alien:

http://im-a-fucking-alien.tumblr.com

Quantum Light
quantum-light:

elige:

All Is Within You

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Quantum Light
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quantum-light:

elige:

All Is Within You

Quantum Light

“Never apologize for burning too brightly or collapsing into yourself every night. That is how galaxies are made.”

– Tyler Kent White (via allwereallyneedisweed)

hoodniggashit:

cultureunseen:

The art of Bro. Kajahl Benes

http://www.kajahl.com/

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lalalaindigo:

Follow to the next dimension ॐ

lalalaindigo:

Follow to the next dimension ॐ

malcolmxing:

Heron | by leisakay3

malcolmxing:

Heron | by leisakay3

kwesiabbensetts:

Lookbook for - 1953 |The Head Wrap Collection By Folasade Adeoso

Creative Director - Folasade Adeoso
Photographer - abbensetts

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At 1953, our vision is to represent the confidence, diversity, and creativity of women, and to do so with integrity.
At the same time, we aim to promote the individuality and beauty of all women.
Each unique headwrap is a celebration of African culture and represents the women that are pushing this diverse cultural vision forward.

afrodesiacworldwide:

"♕ AFRODESIAC ETHNIC WOMEN OF CULTURE WORLDWIDE
MOTHER AFRICA

afrodesiacworldwide:

"♕ AFRODESIAC ETHNIC WOMEN OF CULTURE WORLDWIDE

MOTHER AFRICA

libutron:

Footman Moth
Barsine orientalis (Arctiidae), commonly named Footman moth, is a beautiful Asian tiger moth, with the long front legs looked like frog-legged while resting. In the male the ground color is pale yellowish, with brick red spots on forewing. Female is similar to the male, but larger.
Reference: [1] 
Photo credit: ©Dr. Namgyal T. Sherpa
Locality: Gangtok, Sikkim, India

libutron:

Footman Moth

Barsine orientalis (Arctiidae), commonly named Footman moth, is a beautiful Asian tiger moth, with the long front legs looked like frog-legged while resting. In the male the ground color is pale yellowish, with brick red spots on forewing. Female is similar to the male, but larger.

Reference: [1

Photo credit: ©Dr. Namgyal T. Sherpa

Locality: Gangtok, Sikkim, India

blancmagazine:

Guillame Caron - Magic Women

Artist, Guillaume Caron, reclaims the racial slur ‘coloured’ and replaces it with colourful, in this series of stunning portraits celebrating ‘African beauty’.

All of the works in the series are produced using mixed media, with tropical colours driftingfrom the faces and bodies of these gorgeous women as if their natural beauty and raw sensuality has put a spell on the artist.

For more information on Guillaume Caron and his work here: http://www.guillaumecaron.com/