Wake Not A Sleeping Wolf

  · NOTICE: Hello to my Followers

I just wanted to say hello to everyone here :) I haven’t been too active here last couple weeks but I’m not planning on staying away forever. So I thought I’d take this opportunity to briefly update everyone with what’s been going down on my end:

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A woman sitting by herself is not waiting for you.

Caitlin Stasey  (via alilnugget)

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Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson: Vanuatu

“A girl is like a branch of nettle tree – whatever ground you plant it in, it will grow”

Settlement in the 85 Vanuatu islands dates back to around 500 BC. There is evidence that Melanesian navigators from Papua New Guinea were the first to colonise Vanuatu. Over centuries, other migrations followed. Nowadays, all the inhabited islands have their own languages, customs and traditions. Many Vanuatu believe that wealth can be obtained through ceremonies. Dance is an important part of their culture; many villages have dancing grounds called Nasara. A significant traditional event is the Toka festival on Tanna Island, a symbol of alliance and friendship between different tribes.


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Wolves get a bad rap in folklore, but Jim and Jamie Dutcher spent six years (1990-1996) living among them to prove wolves aren’t big bad guys. Living without electricity, running water, radio or phones, based on a yurt near Idaho’s Sawtooth wilderness (which sees 5-6 feet of snow in winter), the couple socialized with a pack from the time they were pups, getting an unprecedented look at the pack’s day-to-day life. “We formed a deep relationship … it was the kind of unshakable trust that wolves usually share only with their own pack, a bond that would last a lifetime.”

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endangered hawaiian green sea turtle (or honu in hawaiian) swimming under breaking waves. the sea turtles come into the shallow waters to eat seaweed off of the reef and are very skilled at being just the right distance away from the dangers of the crahsing waves. photos by clark little,  via  these  additional  sources. (more sea turtle posts)

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Hoop dancer Nakotah LaRance in the Geronimo music vid for The Knocks & Fred Falke |

Wow.. So amazing, and Beautiful…

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Vocal workshop with the incredible sisters Chloe and Leah of Rising Appalachia at Joshua Tree Music Festival. Such a powerful experience!!
meditategravitate you-are-the-universe dreadedgrape

this made me cry :’) ohhhhh family


fireflies in timelapse, photos by (click pic) vincent bradytakehito miyataketsuneaki hiramatsu and spencer black