"So, what if, instead of thinking about solving your whole life, you just think about adding additional good things. One at a time. Just let your pile of good things grow."
Attachments, Rainbow Rowell   (via seulray)

(Source: anditslove)

thelandofmaps:

Topographical map of Amsterdam: Besides a few theories, no one is really sure why the built the Canals. [3562x3001]
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mapsontheweb:

Indian Reservations in the Continental United States

mapsontheweb:

Current control of land in Syria as of July 1st, 2014

thelandofmaps:

Hydrologic unit maps of the United States. (Like the continental divide, but subunits.) [1409x910]
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maptitude1:

An illustrative map of California

mapsontheweb:

Changing pathway of the Mississippi and Ohio River at their junction at Cairo, Illinois - 1944

victoriousvocabulary:

PAVONINE
[adjective]
1. of or resembling a peacock. 
2. resembling a peacock’s tail in colour, design, or iridescence.
Etymology: from Latin pāvōnīnus, from pāvō peacock.
[Feanne]
victoriousvocabulary:

PAVONINE
[adjective]
1. of or resembling a peacock. 
2. resembling a peacock’s tail in colour, design, or iridescence.
Etymology: from Latin pāvōnīnus, from pāvō peacock.
[Feanne]

victoriousvocabulary:

PAVONINE

[adjective]

1. of or resembling a peacock.

2. resembling a peacock’s tail in colour, design, or iridescence.

Etymology: from Latin pāvōnīnus, from pāvō peacock.

[Feanne]

maptitude1:

These maps by Jake Coolidge show a reimagined BART system with lines running all over the San Francisco Bay Area, both in transit-map-style schematic form and on a true scale map of the area. (source)
maptitude1:

These maps by Jake Coolidge show a reimagined BART system with lines running all over the San Francisco Bay Area, both in transit-map-style schematic form and on a true scale map of the area. (source)

maptitude1:

These maps by Jake Coolidge show a reimagined BART system with lines running all over the San Francisco Bay Area, both in transit-map-style schematic form and on a true scale map of the area. (source)