Hello
I'm Beatrice
I'm 18 years old
I Live in Stockhom
Sweden

I like photography, art, television, feminism, fashion and I dunno, stuff in general
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grapeyguts:

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madmaudlingoes:

jethroq:

pterobat:

naamahdarling:

did-you-kno:

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Wolves fighting for dominance as a “thing” came from observation of captive packs.  Observation of genuinely wild packs has revealed that it is not, in fact, a “thing.”

Y’hear that, ya shitty modern werewolf writers?

hear that, self-styled “alpha males”?

They weren’t even captive packs, they were a bunch of unrelated wolves shoved together in too-small a space.

So if you’re an ‘alpha wolf’ then you are, in point of fact, not the noble, fierce and imposing leader of a group who respects you, but a scared wild creature with no social support frantically lashing out at strangers to try and gain some semblance of control over a fundamentally uncontrollable environment?

Huh.

That would explain a few things.

(points) (points) (points)

miracleho:

Flowers with the bae cutiecucumber ﹋o﹋ yee

School ripped the passion I had for writing out of my soul and buried it in a pile of shit a million miles away. And that’s the thing - school is meant to make you flourish - it’s supposed to reach deep into your mind and fill your head with passion, knowledge, education. Yet I spend my nights with my overused notebook open, pages seeping with endless memories and turmoil suffered over the years, and I am afraid that if I write something incorrectly, I’ll get a bad grade. My mind has been corrupted by an infinite amount of stimulus and criteria, so much so that I can’t even write one, simple word. I can’t write about my own experiences, my own pain or my own happiness. School has fucked me so many times. I lack passion and the desire to live. I’ll never be the person to say that school handed me the best years of my life. It’s stolen my life.
// An Eager Year 12 Student. (via jpzg) ←

m-i-s-o:

Miso : Home-Made Tattoos : Emma’s galaxy arms : Melbourne, 2014

ucresearch:

Seeing a supernovae within hours of the explosion

For the first time ever, scientists have gathered direct evidence of a rare Wolf-Rayet star being linked to a specific type of stellar explosion known as a Type IIb supernova. Peter Nugent of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory says they caught this star – a whopping 360 million light years away – just a few hours after it exploded.

Hear more about this discovery →

mcmillianfurlow:

Permanent marker installations by Heike Weber.

I just think that people are so weird about nudity and the human body. Sex is not bad, naked bodies are not bad and naked bodies don’t always have to be connected to sex.
Emily Browning (via zubat) ←

nyctaeus:

Ezra Miller for Paper Magazine by Autumn De Wilde

relahvant:

majestic

stefanysite:

Flowers at Hampton Court Palace. 

highbrowandbeard:

THIS IS MY NEW FAVOURITE LINE

cannabacchus:

My happy place.