Unraveled

watch me prove it
How I wish I could be with him

How I wish I could be with him

hopelesshoping:

Like Moths To Flames- You’ll Burn (x)

hopelesshoping:

Like Moths To Flames- You’ll Burn (x)

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#Nofilter 
Good morning :) happy monsoon season!

#Nofilter
Good morning :) happy monsoon season!

idiedatbirth:

An artist’s only concern is to shoot for some kind of perfection, and on his own terms, not anyone else’s. - J. D. Salinger
http://idiedatbirth.blogspot.com

idiedatbirth:

An artist’s only concern is to shoot for some kind of perfection, and on his own terms, not anyone else’s. - J. D. Salinger

http://idiedatbirth.blogspot.com

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astronomicalwonders:

The Horsehead Nebula
The Horsehead Nebula (also known as Barnard 33 in emission nebula IC 434) is a dark nebula in the constellation Orion. The nebula is located just to the south of the star Alnitak, which is farthest east on Orion’s Belt, and is part of the much larger Orion Molecular Cloud Complex. The nebula was first recorded in 1888 by Scottish astronomer Williamina Fleming on photographic plate B2312 taken at the Harvard College Observatory. The Horsehead Nebula is approximately 1500 light years from Earth. It is one of the most identifiable nebulae because of the shape of its swirling cloud of dark dust and gases, which bears some resemblance to a horse’s head when viewed from Earth.
Credit: NASA/ESA/Digitized Sky Survey 2/Wikipedia

astronomicalwonders:

The Horsehead Nebula

The Horsehead Nebula (also known as Barnard 33 in emission nebula IC 434) is a dark nebula in the constellation Orion. The nebula is located just to the south of the star Alnitak, which is farthest east on Orion’s Belt, and is part of the much larger Orion Molecular Cloud Complex. The nebula was first recorded in 1888 by Scottish astronomer Williamina Fleming on photographic plate B2312 taken at the Harvard College Observatory. The Horsehead Nebula is approximately 1500 light years from Earth. It is one of the most identifiable nebulae because of the shape of its swirling cloud of dark dust and gases, which bears some resemblance to a horse’s head when viewed from Earth.

Credit: NASA/ESA/Digitized Sky Survey 2/Wikipedia

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