Carpe Omnia

Carpe Omnia This is my space, my place for expression. For now, the topics are random. Like all things, it'll evolve over time. Care to walk along the path with me?

Gorgeous work.

Reblogged from gnostic-forest

Gorgeous work.

(Source: mikemelrinho)

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llbwwb:

(via 500px / Рыбак Fisherman by Sergey Ivanov)

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llbwwb:

(via 500px / Рыбак Fisherman by Sergey Ivanov)


(by Aloskebab)


Dark, foreboding, gloomy, and yet full of possibility. I miss the days I could walk through woods like those. …

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(by Aloskebab)

Dark, foreboding, gloomy, and yet full of possibility. I miss the days I could walk through woods like those. …

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chris-roett3r:

😻😻😻

(Source: cheshire-in-disguise)

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pantsymcpantserson:

This made me so happy

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

malformalady:

Dental phantom, circa 1930. Dental students worked on these for practice. The rivets protruding from the facial area would anchor a rubber face to make it more “human” to work on.

Reblogged from hoyitspaolo

malformalady:

Dental phantom, circa 1930. Dental students worked on these for practice. The rivets protruding from the facial area would anchor a rubber face to make it more “human” to work on.

Reblogged from hoyitspaolo

Love this trend in fashion/style.

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Love this trend in fashion/style.

"Do not mock a pain that you haven’t endured."

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Unknown (via giant-tree)

(Source: rocknrollbabydoll)

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wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days

by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…

Reblogged from flymesomewhereoverthemoon

(Source: carpediemtomorrow)

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(Source: betonon)

"Ableism is connected to all of our struggles because it undergirds notions of whose bodies are considered valuable, desirable and disposable."

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Mia Mingus, “Changing the Framework: Disability Justice” (via tranqualizer)

(Source: disabilityhistory)