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Timestamp: 1410662270

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fitpositively:

Quad gainsssss omgggg

9/11 Workout:

Leg press: 5x5 125#
Calf raises: 4x15 125#
Leg extensions: 5x5 60#

Timestamp: 1410662266

fitpositively:

Quad gainsssss omgggg

9/11 Workout:

Leg press: 5x5 125#
Calf raises: 4x15 125#
Leg extensions: 5x5 60#

Fill your heart with secrets but the only way to read them is if you break your heart. 

i will forever reblog this

i need me one of these.

OMG I WANT ONE

i think every couple should get one and fill it with the little things they love about each other. and then if they’re fighting throw it at a wall and read all the little things that come out and hopefully that will remind them to love again. 

asdfghjkl reblogging for that ^

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Timestamp: 1410662012

Fill your heart with secrets but the only way to read them is if you break your heart. 

i will forever reblog this

i need me one of these.

OMG I WANT ONE

i think every couple should get one and fill it with the little things they love about each other. and then if they’re fighting throw it at a wall and read all the little things that come out and hopefully that will remind them to love again. 

asdfghjkl reblogging for that ^

(Source: orientaltiger, via ayeitshillary)

archiemcphee:

These amazing photos were taken by Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov, who adapted his camera in order to achieve remarkably close-up focus on individual snowflakes after they’ve fall on the ground. He illuminates his shots with a flashlight and the background texture is dark wool fabric.

Alexy’s images reveal the unique geometric shapes of each snowflake with such astonishing clarity that it’s easy to forget just how tiny they really are. Visit Alexey Kljatov’s Flickr stream to view many more of his remarkable snowflake photos.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

(via t1psy-gypsy)

Timestamp: 1410662003

archiemcphee:

These amazing photos were taken by Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov, who adapted his camera in order to achieve remarkably close-up focus on individual snowflakes after they’ve fall on the ground. He illuminates his shots with a flashlight and the background texture is dark wool fabric.

Alexy’s images reveal the unique geometric shapes of each snowflake with such astonishing clarity that it’s easy to forget just how tiny they really are. Visit Alexey Kljatov’s Flickr stream to view many more of his remarkable snowflake photos.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

(via t1psy-gypsy)

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Timestamp: 1410661964

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