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Printing this out and putting it into my grimoire.  (x)

child-of-the-goddess: “I absolutely adore crystals and stones . This list of elemental stones is perfect for when I practice magick ”

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I love this so much I'm pinning it on this   board too! I'd like to have this framed and on a wall in my   home.

Reminds me of the wave art of Hokusai, who saw the sharp "fingers" of waves without stop-moment photography

Ain't that sompum

The new Nat Young channelling Lopez as he slides slack-limbed through a Cloudbreak dream in Green. Tracks Magazine Photo: (c) Nate Smith

Fiery Opal.  Very strange, I've been blocked from  Tranquil Wilderness shared board Our Amazing World after pinning there for over a year.  And I can't send him a message to ask if I was blocked by mistake because I'm blocked.  Lesson: no more time investment in shared boards on Pinterest.

Very strange, I've been blocked from Tranquil Wilderness shared board Our Amazing World after pinning there for over a year. And I can't send him a message to ask if I was blocked by mistake because I'm blocked. Lesson: no more time invest

Lovers of bright lights and boogie nights are getting their ultra-glam Seventies groove on. Styling by Damian Foxe. Photography by Luis Monteiro

1970s glamour

Sonia Rykiel wool/viscose jumper, velvet Liberty trousers, and silver fox fur scarf, Giamba suede platform boots, about

water kid

cognacandcoffee

Big-Wave Surfing at Teahupoo, French Polynesia Photo: Tim Mckenna via National Geographic

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Street style with light color combo and scarf. Love the light color blouse with white jeans.

Sunset Fire Opal ~ Florida-based gemstone enthusiast Jeff Schultz captures a stunning image of a Mexican Fire Opal that, depending on how you visually interpret it, looks like a beautiful sunset in the clouds or a fiery explosion with billowing smoke. Though the collector is a groundskeeper at State College of Florida by day, his fascination with opals and various gems has resulted in a vast accumulation of the intriguing gemstones, each one with unique attributes.

The most beautiful and rare stones in the world

Enthusiast Jeff Schultz captures a stunning image of a Mexican Fire Opal that, depending on how you visually interpret it, looks like a beautiful sunset in the clouds or a fiery explosion with billowing smoke. Visit Amazing Geologist for more.

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