Megan, twenty. Melbourne, Australia.
Endlessly distracted by the beautiful pictures.
This blog is an eclectic mix of the things i like.
I will return to Paris some day.

fashokilla:

crazeist:

fetters:

chocolategelato:

Husky and golden retriever mix

this looks like a toasted marshmallow husky and i love it

oh my god toasted marshmallow husky 

aww

fashokilla:

crazeist:

fetters:

chocolategelato:

Husky and golden retriever mix

this looks like a toasted marshmallow husky and i love it

oh my god toasted marshmallow husky 

aww

(via shadesofnerdness)

straight-from-the-earth:

I was not expecting that last photo

(Source: thefrogman, via forestfire-s)

just-wanna-travel:

Pamukkale, Turkey

just-wanna-travel:

Pamukkale, Turkey

(via bluemavor)

allthingseurope:

Dubrovnik Old Town (by Tim Slessor)

allthingseurope:

Dubrovnik Old Town (by Tim Slessor)

vapor-man:

Of Monsters and not ALL men

(via birdsupremacist)

duckktective:

jeez i would love to order that thing online, but i don’t know what size to order it in because women’s clothing sizes are determined by the alignments of the planets in relation to the fuck you galaxy 

(Source: dramaticleaves, via hangontoyourspectacles)

“fe

Say you’re walking down the sidewalk on a beautiful day. Someone who has internalized an outsider’s perspective of herself will often spend more time adjusting her clothing or hair, wondering what other people are thinking of her, judging the shape of her shadow or reflection in a window, etc. She will picture herself walking – she literally turns herself into an object of vision – instead of enjoying the sunny weather….

… Women are constantly being looked at. Even when we’re not, we’re so hyperaware of the possibility of being looked at that it can rule even our most private lives. Including in front of our mirrors, alone.

—   Excerpt via Beauty Redefined ”To BE or to be LOOKED at?”  (via staininyourbrain)

(Source: fitvillains, via birdsupremacist)

(Source: cumberlisp, via greglestrade)

mymodernmet:

French artist Mademoiselle Maurice created this gorgeous map of the world with rainbow-colored drips of water. This piece, along with other artworks, will be on display at the artist’s solo exhibition Colors are the New Black until mid-July at the Backside Gallery in Marseille, France.

(via bluepinkblackgold)