breathtakingly mesmerizing

breathtakingly mesmerizing

(Source: airows)

This was posted 5 months ago. It has 391 notes. .

(Source: airows)

This was posted 5 months ago. It has 231 notes. .
shawnandthemachine:

.

shawnandthemachine:

.

(Source: nicholassabalos)

This was posted 5 months ago. It has 25,047 notes. .

vintage & vertical
vintage & vertical

(Source: tarassein, via forever-evolutional)

This was posted 5 months ago. It has 45,421 notes. .

daisies in the moonlight | Alena Červeňanská

daisies in the moonlight

(via fashiondailymag)

This was posted 6 months ago. It has 24,548 notes. .

escapekit:

The work of Kevin Russ

(Source: society6.com, via yirn)

This was posted 11 months ago. It has 121,308 notes.
uhh…

uhh…

(Source: illbilly, via opticoverload-deactivated201311)

This was posted 12 months ago. It has 106,671 notes. .
All I can see is s**

All I can see is s**

(Source: beta-radiation, via gofuckingnuts)

This was posted 1 year ago. It has 724,024 notes. .
One in a moonlight.

One in a moonlight.

(Source: airows)

This was posted 1 year ago. It has 390 notes. .
opticoverload:

Crashing Wave

opticoverload:

Crashing Wave

(Source: crooksh4nks, via opticoverload-deactivated201311)

This was posted 1 year ago. It has 3,867 notes. .
frisky-kitten:

This is off the Bermuda Triangle,  where 16+ ships washed up on a sand bar. The mystery is still unsolved
Actually the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle has been given a scientific explanation: methane vents which have been discovered in that region. 
Methane reduces the density of water, causing ships that would normally float, to instead sink.
Methane, when in gas form, messes with the electrical components of aircraft, causing them to fail and sometimes fall right out of the sky.
Methane also causes the water to turn a ghostly greenish color, and the “ghost ships” reported to be seen are simply green reflections of the ships that scatter the bottom of the triangle.

frisky-kitten:

This is off the Bermuda Triangle,  where 16+ ships washed up on a sand bar. The mystery is still unsolved

Actually the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle has been given a scientific explanation: methane vents which have been discovered in that region. 

Methane reduces the density of water, causing ships that would normally float, to instead sink.

Methane, when in gas form, messes with the electrical components of aircraft, causing them to fail and sometimes fall right out of the sky.

Methane also causes the water to turn a ghostly greenish color, and the “ghost ships” reported to be seen are simply green reflections of the ships that scatter the bottom of the triangle.

(Source: kiraadesu, via asobiseksutime)

This was posted 1 year ago. It has 747,645 notes. .