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Random Musings

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wapiti3:

mushrooms on Flickr.
photographer-Aleksandr Pavlovich
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wapiti3:

mushrooms on Flickr.

photographer-Aleksandr Pavlovich

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artandghosts:

wonderland, where are you now?
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artandghosts:

wonderland, where are you now?

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Anonymous said: how might one manage to see the fae? or anything at all like that.

gardenofthequeen:

for you

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artandghosts:

born to be wild
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artandghosts:

born to be wild

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artandghosts:

in the gloaming, suki walks
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artandghosts:

in the gloaming, suki walks

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It’s Only a Paper Moonc. 1900s-1950s

(Source: vintagegal, via vintagegal)

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besp00ky:

Of course there’s a Bloods Point Cemetery where more lore continues to be told. There’s been numerous ghost hunters that have visited and picked up on readings and orbs, but as it was daytime (and I wouldn’t know what I’m looking at/for unless it said “Boo”) I was just fascinated by the tombstones.

These particular pictures are of families that had a tree for an ancestors headstone, and then as the rest of the family passed, used logs/log heads. Then, a large stone is carved into the shape of a book and the names and dates of the deceased are etched into the book. Most of the dates/names are hard to see on about 98% of the graves as they’re from the 1800’s!

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