Nick. Graduate student. OCD Perfectionism is my thing. The rest you will find out eventually. Follow me if you like, if not, thanks for stopping by. Oh, and welcome to my life. :P

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thegreenwolf:

People often think of fire as a destructive force, and it can be. But fire also rejuvenates the land. Many grasses have evolved root systems that survive fires so they can be renewed, and some trees and other plants have seeds that only germinate after a fire has come through. Plus fires clean out old dead wood and other debris, making it easier for fresh plant life to grow. 

It’s like a picture of the tide coming in, somewhere in the Elemental Chaos.

blue-author:

thegreenwolf:

People often think of fire as a destructive force, and it can be. But fire also rejuvenates the land. Many grasses have evolved root systems that survive fires so they can be renewed, and some trees and other plants have seeds that only germinate after a fire has come through. Plus fires clean out old dead wood and other debris, making it easier for fresh plant life to grow. 

It’s like a picture of the tide coming in, somewhere in the Elemental Chaos.

iamthegreeneyedmonster:

theevanstale:

andifellup:

Top 5 Avatar the Last Airbender Fight Scenes
#1 Zuko and Katara vs. Azula

That fight was amazing. Probably one of the best fights between both series

the amount of baggage and character arcs that culminate here make this so powerful. i love korra, but we had so much personal time with each character in avatar, it makes certain scenes so much more meaningful 

thesoutherly:

Friendsgiving | Lauren Ledbetter Design

a:tla + quotes

(inspired by i, ii)

eartheld:

mostly nature

eartheld:

mostly nature

roy-ality:

nubbsgalore:

autumn reflections by david clapp in england’s lake district national park; maurizio biancarelli of proscansko lake in croatia’s plitvice national park; and agustin rafael reyes of onuma pond in japan’s towada hachimantai national park

The only reason I enjoy being in the northeast is because of the seasons

asylum-art:

Parallel Worlds by Michał Karcz

500px| Facebookon | deviantART| on Behance

Some artists get to the point when their usual medium or technique starts to limit their visions. This is exactly what happened to a Polish artist Michal Karcz who found that painting and the ordinary dark room photography techniques didn’t allow him to fully realize his potential.

Born in 1977 in Warsaw, the graduate of the High School of the Arts was first passionate about painting. However, in the early 90′s, he became drawn to photography only to realize that the dark-room techniques alone were almost as limiting as the paintbrush and canvas. Luckily, the developing technology allowed him to combine the two with the help of some digital tools