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La persona va avanzando dejando su sendero de soledad y oscuro a su paso pero nunca se separa de ella

La persona va avanzando dejando su sendero de soledad y oscuro a su paso pero nunca se separa de ella

Titanic painting by Ken Marschall

Titanic painting by Ken Marschall

The sea called my soul.... And I answered with all my heart                 |                  HoHo Pics

The sea called my soul.... And I answered with all my heart | HoHo Pics

thegiftsoflife tumblr

thegiftsoflife tumblr

Sea

Sea

| ROAR VIBE LONDON | Blue, small and sweet feather. Pin Via - https://www.reiss.com/explore/blog/ss14-trend-ruffling-feathers/

| ROAR VIBE LONDON | Blue, small and sweet feather. Pin Via - https://www.reiss.com/explore/blog/ss14-trend-ruffling-feathers/

A painting of the Titanic in the White Star dock in Southampton by G .Fraser

A painting of the Titanic in the White Star dock in Southampton by G .Fraser

Sometimes at night I would listen to the waves crashing against the rocks below my window, and I swore I could feel the foundation of the house shaking, threatening to break away into the icy water.

Sometimes at night I would listen to the waves crashing against the rocks below my window, and I swore I could feel the foundation of the house shaking, threatening to break away into the icy water.

:-) :-) :-)

:-) :-) :-)

As I toured the area where the Inuit resided I encountered the Raven Father. The Raven Father was a key figure in Alaskan Inuit mythology. They created him with the created of the world. First he created dry ground, then man, various species of animals, plants, and women. In that order. The Inuit believed that if anyone killed a raven it would bring about terrible weather.

As I toured the area where the Inuit resided I encountered the Raven Father. The Raven Father was a key figure in Alaskan Inuit mythology. They created him with the created of the world. First he created dry ground, then man, various species of animals, plants, and women. In that order. The Inuit believed that if anyone killed a raven it would bring about terrible weather.