Abyss of thought.
http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2014/06/16/albert-camus-diary-wendy-macnaughton/
MEREDITH: You are looking at me. And you watch me. And Finn has plans. And I like Finn. He’s perfect for me, and I’m really trying here to be happy, and I feel like I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe with you looking at me like that, so just stop!
— Losing My Religion
breathtakinglandscapes:

Julian Madeja
Even if you don’t say it,
You still think it and if you think it,
You feel it.
03/06/14, 11.11pm 
corsicans:

stars (par tigerlily ✩)
somethingsforyoutolookat:

Lagoon Cocoon by geckzilla on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Followed through with this one and I am sure glad I did. The left side had a good deal of cosmic rays to clean off but it was worth it. I couldn’t help with the alliteration in the title. The dark molecular clouds are fleeting structures surrounding the young stars which are pushing and pushing away at it. Eventually it will diffuse into the interstellar medium and the stars will have cleared away their dusty cocoon. A lot got cropped off in order to fit the data into a nice rectangle. An uncropped PNG version is available here. Filters did not neatly fall into color channels due to the usual complexities. Two WFPC2 datasets were used. One was from 1995 and the other from 2009. This image is comprised of broadband infrared (f814w), narrowband H-alpha (f656n) and H-beta (f487n), and Strömgren y (f547m) data. Red+Blue: f814w Red+Green: f656n Green+Red: f547m Blue+Green: f487n North is NOT up. It is 36.5° counter-clockwise from up.
havea-nicedaze:

c0urtneys:

b0mbb:

wall-flawer:

rip-aaliyah:

man, i don’t think i’ll ever get over this picture. 

Someone please make this a gif with the stars moving or sparkling!!

Oh my gosh this is amazing

wow

No one realizes that this is what the sky is supposed to look like but we fucked it up congrats earth
luce780red:

drowning | via Tumblr on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/107455470/via/Polymorphe_
What do you say when the feelings don’t fit into words?
Tammara Webber (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
corsicans:

Moving Forward. (by paintsamplegenius)
forensal:

Calm  by Reid Garnett on Flickr.