Melissa
22, Sheffield, England.

I like...
nature, flowers, sewing, letter writing, clouds, travelling, 1920s-1960s fashion,
analog photography, handmade trinkets, whimsical illustrations & Laura Marling.

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floralls:

(via Mood Botanica | Flickr - Photo Sharing!)
thesadghostclub:

The sad ghost club’s guide to not being sad - by lizemeddings, coming soon!
oix:

Hornhead by Stephen Edwards. on Flickr.
campsis:

Cristina BarsonyBook: Vivi si copacul roditor | into the dark
ana-rosa:

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stonefoxie:

“Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it.”
— Vincent van Gogh

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Writing isn’t the same as speaking, I struggle with conversation.
Alex Turner (via wordsthat-speak)

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i was talking to a bunnyrabbit and i said that hares were a wilder and more rambunctious form of lagomorph and that they got more exercise than domestic rabbits and for that reason were not as cranky, for as you know some houserabbits can be rather grumpy. and then the bunny threatened to deny me anymore bumblepudding and not allow me access to its soft hind feet for 3 months. do all domestic rabbits react so unreasonably to what they perceive as criticism?
well, not all bunnies are as sectarian in their views as the one you mention…plenty of bunnies, both wild and domestic, as well as rock rabbits, hares, and viscachas, are very liberal in their views and cultural biases, and in their politics, etc…  the bunny you were talking to may have been a member of ESTATE, a summertime-related society of fanatical rabbits and other assorted soft little creatures who seek to take over wilderness areas. (via cuddlebunnyme)
justnickofficial:

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disclaimer: www.justnick.tk claims no ownership to the photo.
tallulahfontaine:

missioncomicsandartgallery:

#aidankoch @ #missioncomics

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Banksy’s Mobile Lovers artwork raises £400k for boys’ club.Broad Plain Boys’ Club in Bristol sold the work, which appeared in a doorway in April and sparked an ownership dispute with the council.Banksy then wrote to the hard-up club saying it was theirs.Club owner Dennis Stinchcombe said: “Within 12 months we could have been closed, which means 120 years of exceptional youth work in Bristol would have been lost."That would have been a tragedy for Bristol."Broad Plain will be sharing a portion of the proceeds with a number of other voluntary sector youth clubs across the city.
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