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itsumono:

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pepelie:

白間美瑠
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pepelie:

上西恵 白間美瑠
pepelie:

上西恵 白間美瑠
pepelie:

上西恵 白間美瑠
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pepelie:

白間美瑠
pepelie:

白間美瑠
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pepelie:

生駒里奈
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pepelie:

鈴木裕乃
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pepelie:

鈴木裕乃
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gkojax:

The orbits of the moons and planets form a fractal 4-dimensional helix in spacetime.

This, this is what is most beautiful to me. The universe is ever changing, ever growing. This path you see here is far too simple, it doesn’t account for how we tumble and ricochet about the stars. Stars are pulled by other stars, galaxies are pulled by other galaxies, they do not sit still, they are painting an indescribable path of motion across existence. We could never fully comprehend it unless we could be on the outside, and then where would we be? Where is our macrocosmos? Is it just a cell to an impossibly greater body? Where was I ten seconds ago? I have absolutely no idea and I am in awe.
gkojax:

The orbits of the moons and planets form a fractal 4-dimensional helix in spacetime.

This, this is what is most beautiful to me. The universe is ever changing, ever growing. This path you see here is far too simple, it doesn’t account for how we tumble and ricochet about the stars. Stars are pulled by other stars, galaxies are pulled by other galaxies, they do not sit still, they are painting an indescribable path of motion across existence. We could never fully comprehend it unless we could be on the outside, and then where would we be? Where is our macrocosmos? Is it just a cell to an impossibly greater body? Where was I ten seconds ago? I have absolutely no idea and I am in awe.
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tokujiro:

Ayaka Tasaki
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lashesandlips:

しほの涼
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yoimachi:

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yoimachi:

RANDOM ARAN KNIT BIG TEE □(ニット・セーター)|ANREALAGE(アンリアレイジ)のファッション通販 - ZOZOTOWN
森川葵
yoimachi:

RANDOM ARAN KNIT BIG TEE □(ニット・セーター)|ANREALAGE(アンリアレイジ)のファッション通販 - ZOZOTOWN
森川葵
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efedra:

Fana Tesfagiorgis backstage before Splendid Isolation II
from Alvin Ailey Dance Theater
Photo by Elizabeth Washington