P.bird

Ask me anything   ayyy   High, I'm Paloma, I'm 21 years old and I live in the Bahamas. Long boarding keeps me sane. Island life keeps me stoked. Ocean, stars, nature and fat joints. That's about it.

CKBBREPPIN' BIONICLUNGZZALLDAY

I’ve HAVNT been on here in so long.

I miss al the wonderful pictures, and me writing about my pointless days and thoughts, forgive me tumblr. I’m back (:

— 2 months ago with 2 notes
pete-420 asked: yooo where you been?!?!?!


Answer:

Hello me love

— 3 months ago with 1 note
"Japanese ghosts have traditionally had no feet; Western ghosts have feet, but are transparent."

Jun’ichiro Tanizaki, In Praise of Shadows (via invisiblestories)

Feet are overrated!

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— 8 months ago with 194 notes
spaceplasma:


Lunar Prospector

NASA’s Lunar Prospector spacecraft launched successfully on its way to the Moon from Launch Complex 46 (LC46) at Cape Canaveral Air Station on Jan. 6, 1998. It was the inaugural launch of Lockheed Martin’s Athena II launch vehicle and the first launch from LC46, operated by Spaceport Florida Authority. Lunar Prospector, built for the NASA Ames Research Center by Lockheed Martin, is a spin-stabilized spacecraft designed to provide NASA with the first global maps of the Moon’s surface and its gravitational magnetic fields, as well as look for the possible presence of ice near the lunar poles. It will orbit the Moon at an altitude of approximately 63 miles during a one-year mission.

spaceplasma:

Lunar Prospector

NASA’s Lunar Prospector spacecraft launched successfully on its way to the Moon from Launch Complex 46 (LC46) at Cape Canaveral Air Station on Jan. 6, 1998. It was the inaugural launch of Lockheed Martin’s Athena II launch vehicle and the first launch from LC46, operated by Spaceport Florida Authority. Lunar Prospector, built for the NASA Ames Research Center by Lockheed Martin, is a spin-stabilized spacecraft designed to provide NASA with the first global maps of the Moon’s surface and its gravitational magnetic fields, as well as look for the possible presence of ice near the lunar poles. It will orbit the Moon at an altitude of approximately 63 miles during a one-year mission.

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— 8 months ago with 1916 notes
sppice:

I love this photo so much because it pretty much explains me; I either only lightly enter a thought/idea/conversation, or I go all out and explore just about every aspect and though I could possible have about it

sppice:

I love this photo so much because it pretty much explains me; I either only lightly enter a thought/idea/conversation, or I go all out and explore just about every aspect and though I could possible have about it

(Source: corsicans, via fugaza)

— 8 months ago with 381968 notes