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sunflower-mama:

dylanevansdesign:

Latest print. This one is a run of 50.
Ages5 x 7 Pen and colored pencil on recycled paperAvailable at: http://dylanevansdesign.etsy.com

Oh wow I love this
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710-dreadhead:

Walked around in the woods today :)
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maud Vantours
3D Paper
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maud Vantours
3D Paper
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maud Vantours
3D Paper
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maud Vantours
3D Paper
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maud Vantours
3D Paper
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maud Vantours
3D Paper
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maud Vantours
3D Paper
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maud Vantours
3D Paper
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maud Vantours
3D Paper
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randomxam:

Cuando voy a ver lo que una vez fue real
un mundo con mucha fe que luchaba su pensar
hoy camino en tierra firme
donde aun hay esperanza
donde existen almas libres que no dejan de luchar.

Dime señor a donde sopla el viento
pa’ yo llevar mi bandera
Que hace tiempo que no vuela
ella pesa de sufrimiento.
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awkwardsituationist:

awkwardsituationist:

tropical rainforests cover only 2 percent of the earth’s surface but contain over half of the planet’s plant and animal species. the current rate of deforestation is about 1 acre every second (or an area the size of a football pitch, as seen in the third photo). this accounts for 20 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions, which is double what all cars, trucks and planes emit combined. rainforests also produce a fifth of the oxygen we breath (though most actually comes from phytoplankon in the ocean.)
photos by per anders petterson in fiejo, acre state, brazil, showing the average three acres that are cut down there every minute, and stian bergeland in altamira, para state, brazil. lungs of the earth by conservation international. 
awkwardsituationist:

awkwardsituationist:

tropical rainforests cover only 2 percent of the earth’s surface but contain over half of the planet’s plant and animal species. the current rate of deforestation is about 1 acre every second (or an area the size of a football pitch, as seen in the third photo). this accounts for 20 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions, which is double what all cars, trucks and planes emit combined. rainforests also produce a fifth of the oxygen we breath (though most actually comes from phytoplankon in the ocean.)
photos by per anders petterson in fiejo, acre state, brazil, showing the average three acres that are cut down there every minute, and stian bergeland in altamira, para state, brazil. lungs of the earth by conservation international. 
awkwardsituationist:

awkwardsituationist:

tropical rainforests cover only 2 percent of the earth’s surface but contain over half of the planet’s plant and animal species. the current rate of deforestation is about 1 acre every second (or an area the size of a football pitch, as seen in the third photo). this accounts for 20 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions, which is double what all cars, trucks and planes emit combined. rainforests also produce a fifth of the oxygen we breath (though most actually comes from phytoplankon in the ocean.)
photos by per anders petterson in fiejo, acre state, brazil, showing the average three acres that are cut down there every minute, and stian bergeland in altamira, para state, brazil. lungs of the earth by conservation international. 
awkwardsituationist:

awkwardsituationist:

tropical rainforests cover only 2 percent of the earth’s surface but contain over half of the planet’s plant and animal species. the current rate of deforestation is about 1 acre every second (or an area the size of a football pitch, as seen in the third photo). this accounts for 20 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions, which is double what all cars, trucks and planes emit combined. rainforests also produce a fifth of the oxygen we breath (though most actually comes from phytoplankon in the ocean.)
photos by per anders petterson in fiejo, acre state, brazil, showing the average three acres that are cut down there every minute, and stian bergeland in altamira, para state, brazil. lungs of the earth by conservation international.