woodendreams:

(by Bernhard Klestil)
nanoenano:

sunset over asheville

nanoenano:

sunset over asheville

nanoenano
badgerlips
sundxwn:

Columbia Contemplation by John Williams
sundxwn
norse-nature-spirit:

Misty morning by dominique-merot
dominique-merot.deviantart.com
emmyofthemountains:

"Bicycle Day"
Three days later, April 19, 1943, Hofmann performed a self-experiment  to determine the true effects of LSD, intentionally ingesting 0.25  miligrams (250 micrograms) of the substance, an amount he predicted to  be a threshold dose (an actual threshold dose is 20 micrograms).[6] Less than an hour later, Hofmann experienced sudden and intense changes  in perception. He asked his laboratory assistant to escort him home  and, as use of motor vehicles was prohibited because of wartime  restrictions, they had to make the journey on a bicycle. On the way,  Hofmann’s condition rapidly deteriorated as he struggled with feelings  of anxiety, alternatingly believing the next-door neighbor was a  malevolent witch, that he was going insane, and the LSD had poisoned  him. When the house doctor arrived, however, he could detect no physical  abnormalities, save for a pair of incredibly dilated pupils. Hofmann  was reassured, and soon his terror began to give way to a sense of good  fortune and enjoyment, as he later wrote…

"… little by little I could begin to enjoy the unprecedented colors  and plays of shapes that persisted behind my closed eyes.  Kaleidoscopic, fantastic images surged in on me, alternating,  variegated, opening and then closing themselves in circles and spirals,  exploding in colored fountains, rearranging and hybridizing themselves  in constant flux …"

The events of the first LSD trip, now known as “Bicycle Day”, after  the bicycle ride home, proved to Hofmann that he had indeed made a  significant discovery. A psychoactive substance with extraordinary  potency, capable of causing paradigm shifts of consciousness in  incredibly low doses, Hofmann foresaw the drug as a powerful psychiatric  tool; because of its intense and introspective nature, he couldn’t  imagine anyone using it recreationally.[7]

emmyofthemountains:

"Bicycle Day"

Three days later, April 19, 1943, Hofmann performed a self-experiment to determine the true effects of LSD, intentionally ingesting 0.25 miligrams (250 micrograms) of the substance, an amount he predicted to be a threshold dose (an actual threshold dose is 20 micrograms).[6] Less than an hour later, Hofmann experienced sudden and intense changes in perception. He asked his laboratory assistant to escort him home and, as use of motor vehicles was prohibited because of wartime restrictions, they had to make the journey on a bicycle. On the way, Hofmann’s condition rapidly deteriorated as he struggled with feelings of anxiety, alternatingly believing the next-door neighbor was a malevolent witch, that he was going insane, and the LSD had poisoned him. When the house doctor arrived, however, he could detect no physical abnormalities, save for a pair of incredibly dilated pupils. Hofmann was reassured, and soon his terror began to give way to a sense of good fortune and enjoyment, as he later wrote…

"… little by little I could begin to enjoy the unprecedented colors and plays of shapes that persisted behind my closed eyes. Kaleidoscopic, fantastic images surged in on me, alternating, variegated, opening and then closing themselves in circles and spirals, exploding in colored fountains, rearranging and hybridizing themselves in constant flux …"

The events of the first LSD trip, now known as “Bicycle Day”, after the bicycle ride home, proved to Hofmann that he had indeed made a significant discovery. A psychoactive substance with extraordinary potency, capable of causing paradigm shifts of consciousness in incredibly low doses, Hofmann foresaw the drug as a powerful psychiatric tool; because of its intense and introspective nature, he couldn’t imagine anyone using it recreationally.[7]

emmyofthemountains
vegancoconut:

 
tinygypsyy
goddess-river:

nybg:

Big trees absorb more carbon than many little trees, and they are fast disappearing. It’s time to work harder at conserving the planet’s big trees, to protect them from logging, invasive species, devastating storms, catastrophic fires, and encroaching development. It’s one of the reasons forests require management, a term that many people find odd. Trees are the planet’s lungs. ~AR
(via Save the Big Trees! | Science | Smithsonian)

☽ ⁎ ˚ * ☀ Moonlight garden ✵ ⁎ * ☾

goddess-river:

nybg:

Big trees absorb more carbon than many little trees, and they are fast disappearing. It’s time to work harder at conserving the planet’s big trees, to protect them from logging, invasive species, devastating storms, catastrophic fires, and encroaching development. It’s one of the reasons forests require management, a term that many people find odd. Trees are the planet’s lungs. ~AR

(via Save the Big Trees! | Science | Smithsonian)

☽ ⁎ ˚ * ☀ Moonlight garden ✵ ⁎ * ☾

smithsonianmag.com
earthly-awakening:

awaken your soul
mirrorwave13
dreadyguy
passhion:

pastel-pandas:

cycled:

lotsofblueberry:

theywillseeuswaving:

heycatlin:

he’s great at blending in
until you drag him
or reblog him
(maybe, depending on your layout)

I ALMOST STARTED CRYING

DAYM Looks hella cool

LOOK AT THIS ON MY BLOG THOUGH

HOLY SHIT. DRAG THE PICTURE. 

what a cutie 

passhion:

pastel-pandas:

cycled:

lotsofblueberry:

theywillseeuswaving:

heycatlin:

he’s great at blending in

until you drag him

or reblog him

(maybe, depending on your layout)

I ALMOST STARTED CRYING

DAYM Looks hella cool

LOOK AT THIS ON MY BLOG THOUGH

HOLY SHIT. DRAG THE PICTURE. 

what a cutie 

heycatlin
umq:

The Blood Moon :: (Timothy Green)

umq:

The Blood Moon :: (Timothy Green)

umq
electripipedream:

LSD Psychotherapy: An Exploration of Psychedelic and Psycholytic Therapy1968

electripipedream:

LSD Psychotherapy: An Exploration of Psychedelic and Psycholytic Therapy
1968

electripipedream

asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas

After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos.