SydniMichael
....ruining minds.
SydniMichael
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shez-a-bitch:

http://shez-a-bitch.tumblr.com
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int0design:

Mountain home, luxurious breakfast nook, Colorado. Highline… http://georgianadesign.tumblr.com/post/82723720259
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crystuls:

strangeparking:

Via | Strangeparking


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Hey, u should follow my art page on IG: @ErgoDavis.
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shotgvn:

q’d :)
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Karol Santos @ Next
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mybrainweighsaton:

GRAND PIANO: KEYS OPEN DOORS
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vegan-yums:

Quinoa + Chickpea burgers (GF) / Recipe
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gravity-gravity:

via Bo Bedre
gravity-gravity:

via Bo Bedre
gravity-gravity:

via Bo Bedre
gravity-gravity:

via Bo Bedre
gravity-gravity:

via Bo Bedre
gravity-gravity:

via Bo Bedre
gravity-gravity:

via Bo Bedre
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myidealhome:

familiar & charming dining area (via Style At Home)
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vunl:

naturepunk:

lohrien:

Photography by Katerina Plotnikova

I’ve seen these photos going around and initially thought there was some impressive post-processing behind them. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Seeing someone this close to a bunch of dangerous wild animals kind of makes me uncomfortable, especially with the bear and the elephant.
I have to wonder what would become of them if something went wrong and one attacked the poor model. Would the animals be put down? Would they live out the rest of their lives in a cage?
They certainly wouldn’t be an asset to their trainer anymore - who’d want to hire “that bear that mauled that one woman” or “the elephant that stampeded that photographer”?
I believe these photographs are stunning, but were they really worth the risk? 


They were definitely worth the risk. Look at what came from the risk. And the best part is no one was harmed. So quit this “what if.” It only insinuates doubt in our fellow creatures. Yes, they can do harm. But they didn’t here, and that’s one of the most beautiful assets of these photos.
vunl:

naturepunk:

lohrien:

Photography by Katerina Plotnikova

I’ve seen these photos going around and initially thought there was some impressive post-processing behind them. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Seeing someone this close to a bunch of dangerous wild animals kind of makes me uncomfortable, especially with the bear and the elephant.
I have to wonder what would become of them if something went wrong and one attacked the poor model. Would the animals be put down? Would they live out the rest of their lives in a cage?
They certainly wouldn’t be an asset to their trainer anymore - who’d want to hire “that bear that mauled that one woman” or “the elephant that stampeded that photographer”?
I believe these photographs are stunning, but were they really worth the risk? 


They were definitely worth the risk. Look at what came from the risk. And the best part is no one was harmed. So quit this “what if.” It only insinuates doubt in our fellow creatures. Yes, they can do harm. But they didn’t here, and that’s one of the most beautiful assets of these photos.
vunl:

naturepunk:

lohrien:

Photography by Katerina Plotnikova

I’ve seen these photos going around and initially thought there was some impressive post-processing behind them. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Seeing someone this close to a bunch of dangerous wild animals kind of makes me uncomfortable, especially with the bear and the elephant.
I have to wonder what would become of them if something went wrong and one attacked the poor model. Would the animals be put down? Would they live out the rest of their lives in a cage?
They certainly wouldn’t be an asset to their trainer anymore - who’d want to hire “that bear that mauled that one woman” or “the elephant that stampeded that photographer”?
I believe these photographs are stunning, but were they really worth the risk? 


They were definitely worth the risk. Look at what came from the risk. And the best part is no one was harmed. So quit this “what if.” It only insinuates doubt in our fellow creatures. Yes, they can do harm. But they didn’t here, and that’s one of the most beautiful assets of these photos.
vunl:

naturepunk:

lohrien:

Photography by Katerina Plotnikova

I’ve seen these photos going around and initially thought there was some impressive post-processing behind them. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Seeing someone this close to a bunch of dangerous wild animals kind of makes me uncomfortable, especially with the bear and the elephant.
I have to wonder what would become of them if something went wrong and one attacked the poor model. Would the animals be put down? Would they live out the rest of their lives in a cage?
They certainly wouldn’t be an asset to their trainer anymore - who’d want to hire “that bear that mauled that one woman” or “the elephant that stampeded that photographer”?
I believe these photographs are stunning, but were they really worth the risk? 


They were definitely worth the risk. Look at what came from the risk. And the best part is no one was harmed. So quit this “what if.” It only insinuates doubt in our fellow creatures. Yes, they can do harm. But they didn’t here, and that’s one of the most beautiful assets of these photos.
vunl:

naturepunk:

lohrien:

Photography by Katerina Plotnikova

I’ve seen these photos going around and initially thought there was some impressive post-processing behind them. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Seeing someone this close to a bunch of dangerous wild animals kind of makes me uncomfortable, especially with the bear and the elephant.
I have to wonder what would become of them if something went wrong and one attacked the poor model. Would the animals be put down? Would they live out the rest of their lives in a cage?
They certainly wouldn’t be an asset to their trainer anymore - who’d want to hire “that bear that mauled that one woman” or “the elephant that stampeded that photographer”?
I believe these photographs are stunning, but were they really worth the risk? 


They were definitely worth the risk. Look at what came from the risk. And the best part is no one was harmed. So quit this “what if.” It only insinuates doubt in our fellow creatures. Yes, they can do harm. But they didn’t here, and that’s one of the most beautiful assets of these photos.
vunl:

naturepunk:

lohrien:

Photography by Katerina Plotnikova

I’ve seen these photos going around and initially thought there was some impressive post-processing behind them. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Seeing someone this close to a bunch of dangerous wild animals kind of makes me uncomfortable, especially with the bear and the elephant.
I have to wonder what would become of them if something went wrong and one attacked the poor model. Would the animals be put down? Would they live out the rest of their lives in a cage?
They certainly wouldn’t be an asset to their trainer anymore - who’d want to hire “that bear that mauled that one woman” or “the elephant that stampeded that photographer”?
I believe these photographs are stunning, but were they really worth the risk? 


They were definitely worth the risk. Look at what came from the risk. And the best part is no one was harmed. So quit this “what if.” It only insinuates doubt in our fellow creatures. Yes, they can do harm. But they didn’t here, and that’s one of the most beautiful assets of these photos.