cayleighmarie

Ask me anything   Wanderer.
Domestic Goddess.
Weird stuff.
Tattoos.
Anime.
Free spirit.

"The most beautiful sound in the world to me is not forest birdsong or babbling brooks or even the ringing of church bells. It’s hearing you whisper, ‘I love you’, over and over again."
— 5 months ago with 15626 notes

gypsyone:

We got hydroponic love and were smokin’

gypsyone:

We got hydroponic love and were smokin’

— 5 months ago with 14851 notes

clovenlife:

Rural Myth by Aaron Lee Kafton 
(part of a series that is currently in the works)

clovenlife:

Rural Myth by Aaron Lee Kafton 

(part of a series that is currently in the works)

(via westboro-dyke)

— 5 months ago with 19 notes

awkwardsituationist:

indians celebrated the second day of diwali on monday, the day when streets are adorned with with rows (avali) of clay and oil lamps (diya / deepa). the candles in the first photo read “happy diwali” in hindi.

known as the festival of lights, diwali celebrates the victory of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance and light over darkness. it originated as a festival to mark the last harvest of the year and seek the divine blessing of lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. over the centuries, it has become a national festival enjoyed by most indians regardless of faith.

hindus, however, interpret the diwali story according to geography: in the north of india they celebrate the story of king rama’s return to ayodhya after he defeated ravana by lighting rows of clay lamps; south india celebrates it as the day that lord krishna defeated the demon narakasura; and in western india the festival marks the day that lord vishnu sent the demon king bali to rule the nether world.

photos (click pic) by amit dave, ajay verma, kevin frayer, altaf qadri, sanjeev gupta and shakil adil

— 5 months ago with 2374 notes