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THIS IS FROM TOOLANGI FOREST ABOUT AN HOUR AWAY FROM MY HOUSE

Please DON’T BUY REFLEX PAPER

Support The Wilderness Society to continue their campaign to stop old growth logging in Victoria

Toolangi forest is one of the most carbon neutralising forests on the planet

It’s also home to lots of endangered species such as the Leadbeater Possum

This one of the largest old growth forests left and Reflex paper is behind is horrific destruction

If you want to give this forest a chance please visit The Wilderness Society’s website

(via bohemianarthouse)

daughterofhungryghosts:

poetic-ness:


"When they don’t love you the way you want to, you mourn that for however long you need to. But then you get back up and you remind yourself. You are not a reflection of the people who can’t love you. You will love again. You will be loved again." - Caitlyn Siehl 

Needed this

if you are in the correct mindset, you will know this is true. if you aren’t at the moment, just know. this is true.

daughterofhungryghosts:

poetic-ness:

"When they don’t love you the way you want to, you mourn that for however long you need to. But then you get back up and you remind yourself. You are not a reflection of the people who can’t love you. You will love again. You will be loved again." - Caitlyn Siehl 

Needed this

if you are in the correct mindset, you will know this is true. if you aren’t at the moment, just know. this is true.

(via half-sleeper)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

James Ostrer

Photographer James Ostrer documents our obsession with sugar in a series of grotesque real life portraits of people covered in layers of sweets and junk food. Speaking largely on the to the global food production and increasingly dangerous methods of mass production, Ostrer’s photographs conjure tribal images that are both fascinating and repulsive. Via the press release, “This adornment becomes a mask of what we eat which then becomes entwined with a hyper-pop sensibility and an obsequious inquiry into the great volumes of sugar that flow through our bodies.”

(via strawberrybad)