wiccan-wisdom:

rustically:

Enchanted Way. by Oxutka on Flickr.


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wiccan-wisdom:

rustically:

Enchanted Way. by Oxutka on Flickr.


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itsgreeeen:

pasefika-adrift:

Fijian girl. 


Looks like a mini sugahstarshine
Almost 3 months ago my doggy/best friend Mia passed on. We burried her here and ever since these vivid flowers are growing only around her grave ^_^ Nature never lies, that is why I’m thankful to my Creator for this gift of life and more importantly the gift to grow and re create . Love & light yall ~~~~★
Hellooooo handsome @aplustattz ♥ my #twinflame ^_^
yearningforunity:

Gullah

South Carolina
yearningforunity:

McIntosh County Shouters
Georgia
A shout or ring shout is an ecstatic, transcendent religious ritual, first practiced by African slaves in the West Indies and the United States, in which worshipers move in a circle while shuffling and stomping their feet and clapping their hands.
Despite the name, shouting aloud is not an essential part of the ritual.
The ring shout was practiced in some African American churches into the 20th century, and it continues to the present among the Gullah people of the Sea Islands.
wiccateachings:

A handy chart, Full Moons still to come in 2014.
qalbesaleem:

A young girl from the Long Neck (Kayan) tribe, northern Thailand by Igor Bilic on Flickr.Via Flickr:
The Kayan (the Long Neck) tribe are a subgroup of the Red Karen people, a Tibeto-Burman ethnic minority of Burma (Myanmar).
Women of the Kayan tribes identify themselves by their forms of dress. Women of the Kayan Lahwi tribe are well known for wearing neck rings, brass coils that are placed around the neck, appearing to lengthen it. 
The 500 or so Kayans (also known as Padaung) who live in Thailand fled the brutal military regime in neighboring Burma (also known as Myanmar) two decades ago, and they have been confined in three guarded villages on the northern Thai border ever since. An estimated 40,000 tourists per year, many of them Americans, pay about $8 each to gawk at the women’s giraffe-like appearance. In return, the long-neck women earn a paltry salary of 1500 baht ($45) a month selling souvenirs and postcards. Few tourists are aware of this scandalous situation.
The champ iz here #Boxer ♥
#BuddingTreesMoon #JerkAgaveLimeMahiMahi, #GrapeSeedGarlicCabbageAndCarrots , #RedPepperRosemaryAndGheeRedPotatoes &  a whole heap a’ ♥ ^_^