Walking Is Still Honest

Megan. Alaska.
Circa-1986.
Professional Student. Nerd. Love. Science. Laughing. Adventure. Hugs. Photography.

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amazed:

I follow back everyone!

amazed:

I follow back everyone!

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kaargue:

escape!!

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nymphoninjas:


Good evening, Ninja & Trouble,
Submitting this photo makes me a little bit nervous, perhaps because it features the indecisive tan lines and persistent imperfections. These are the very same reasons why I thought I should submit this photo to NN - a warm, wonderful place that has helped so many people love everything about themselves, including their least favorite parts.
Plus I like how it looks like I’m Shadowcat-ing into the wall.
- mostlynude

Tan lines and stretch marks are a few of my favorite things on the naked body and this submission shows exactly how beautiful they are. Thank you for sharing your photo with us, it fits perfectly here on Submission Sunday.

nymphoninjas:

Good evening, Ninja & Trouble,

Submitting this photo makes me a little bit nervous, perhaps because it features the indecisive tan lines and persistent imperfections. These are the very same reasons why I thought I should submit this photo to NN - a warm, wonderful place that has helped so many people love everything about themselves, including their least favorite parts.

Plus I like how it looks like I’m Shadowcat-ing into the wall.

- mostlynude

Tan lines and stretch marks are a few of my favorite things on the naked body and this submission shows exactly how beautiful they are. Thank you for sharing your photo with us, it fits perfectly here on Submission Sunday.

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asylum-art:

Beautifully Repeating Skeletal Sculptures by Monika Horčicová

Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates sculptures using the repeating forms of the human skeleton. Far from being creepy, her works are beautifully complex studies of a familiar form, revealed through the use of unusual orientations and numbers.

Her “Wheel of Life” is a perfect example. Here we see 58 repeating legs and feet arrayed in a wheel-like form; the knees remaining straight until they reach the ground in what looks like a never-ending series of forward steps. At the center, or hub of the sculpture, is a fused series of hip bones forming a perfect fan.

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Anonymous said: How did you discover you liked girls

turklet:

i looked at a girl and i was like nice