Lexi
Lexi
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Salvador Dali, Summer.
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surrealisticpleasure:

imcomingcolorado:

IVE ALREADY REBLOGGED THIS BUT I DO NOT CARE PLS LET ELECTRIC FOREST COME ALREADY


My Home
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emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
emmatheseed:

Nocton Hall 2013
Visited with my boyfriend at the time, we wandered through the old people’s home and were able to find a way into the Hall itself. I keep planning on going back to see more of it, although it was scary because so many of the rooms had collapsed in ceilings.
Next to the Hall is a military base from WW2 which is all sealed off with barbed wire but that’s the military hospital side of the property. Would have loved to have gone in there, but the combined effects of the creepiness of the place and the signs warning of asbestos kind of put me off. Definitely a place where I would love to know more of the history behind it.
sixpenceee these were the pictures I was talking about in the previous post I reblogged of yours (http://emmatheseed.tumblr.com/post/82795290365/sixpenceee-nocton-hall-hospital-stories-abound)
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christianmingle:

Fortune cookie callin me gay
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wnderlst:

Total Lunar Eclipse (April 15, 2014) | Matthew Crowley
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unshaped:

jonnybartender:

The epic pic my sis took this weekend LOL

amazing
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rookiemag:

elisemesner:

Harriet Lee-Merrion

i love this!xlaia.
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I was curious about what exactly this was, so I went to the blog that posted this and found out that it’s actually a self-sufficient vertical garden that the community created together. Everyone that sees it is encouraged to give the plants some water and add their own if they’d like. Awesome.
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colinquinn:

Thomas Dozol.
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tarassein:

l0stkeys:

Live Moss Carpet is a soft grass carpet that thrives from the few drops of water you leave behind when stepping out of the shower or bath.

i NEED this like you dont understand
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youxth:

my camera roll is full of pink sunsets
youxth:

my camera roll is full of pink sunsets