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Bear Original Painting via Etsy

Bear Original Painting via Etsy

acro yoga.  More inspiration at  http://www.valenciamindfulnessrterteat.org

acro yoga. More inspiration at http://www.valenciamindfulnessrterteat.org

Alphonse Mucha

Alphonse Mucha

Partner Yoga Photos on Instagram | POPSUGAR Fitness

Partner Yoga Photos on Instagram | POPSUGAR Fitness

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Tony Chaaya Spring Summer 2013 Seguici su Hermans Style diventa nostra fan ed entrerai nel mondo fantastico del Glamour !!! Shoe shoes scarpe bags bag borse fashion chic luxury street style moda donna moda uomo wedding planner hair man Hair woman outfit time watch nail print photo foto fotografia cartoline Photography tattoo

Tony Chaaya Spring Summer 2013 Seguici su Hermans Style diventa nostra fan ed entrerai nel mondo fantastico del Glamour !!! Shoe shoes scarpe bags bag borse fashion chic luxury street style moda donna moda uomo wedding planner hair man Hair woman outfit time watch nail print photo foto fotografia cartoline Photography tattoo

Acro Yoga

Acro Yoga

Anya Gallaccio (1963 − ) | "Preserve Beauty" (New York) 2003 © The Artist || Gallaccio is known for her work with organic materials such as ice, flowers, fruits and sugar. Her installations often change over time as they melt, decompose or sprout new life.

Anya Gallaccio (1963 − ) | "Preserve Beauty" (New York) 2003 © The Artist || Gallaccio is known for her work with organic materials such as ice, flowers, fruits and sugar. Her installations often change over time as they melt, decompose or sprout new life.

Have you ever seen anything  in your life more wonderful than the way the sun, every evening, relaxed and easy, floats toward the horizon and into the clouds or the hills, or the rumpled sea, and is gone— and how it slides again out of the blackness, every morning, on the other side of the world, like a red flower ~ Mary Oliver

Have you ever seen anything in your life more wonderful than the way the sun, every evening, relaxed and easy, floats toward the horizon and into the clouds or the hills, or the rumpled sea, and is gone— and how it slides again out of the blackness, every morning, on the other side of the world, like a red flower ~ Mary Oliver