Live Your Life

Escape what society has told you to be necessary.
house-under-a-rock:

Barbara Raudner on Mind Control (5.14c), Oliana, Spain
photo: Claudia Ziegler

house-under-a-rock:

Barbara Raudner on Mind Control (5.14c), Oliana, Spain

photo: Claudia Ziegler

bassman5911:

Siberian Hermit

Sometimes it seems that time of hermits is long gone, that civilization has fully swallowed modern people.

Victor used to work in the river port of Krasnoyarsk, but at the age of 47 he decided that the busy and vicious modern world was not for him. So he left everything and went to remote Siberian forests searching for solitude and harmony. He settled in a little hut on the bank of the Yenisei river and he’s already been living there for ten years. Every day he enjoys nature and reads the Bible. His food is fish from the Yenisei, mushrooms and berries. Victor says he doesn’t plan to come back…

(via English Russia)

(via treesarethebeesknees)

walkofspiritualjourneys:

Numerous tents are seen during the 2013 International Camping Festival on Mount Wugongshan in Pingxiang, Jiangxi province, China. The event attracted more than 15,000 campers from all over the world, according to Xinhua News Agency.

walkofspiritualjourneys:

Numerous tents are seen during the 2013 International Camping Festival on Mount Wugongshan in Pingxiang, Jiangxi province, China. The event attracted more than 15,000 campers from all over the world, according to Xinhua News Agency.


(via mirandaisfeline)

seltaire:

El Capitan, Yosemite, CA
One of the best things about a long, 20 plus day hike is looking up from where you started and think how you were all the way up there just a few hours ago.

seltaire:

El Capitan, Yosemite, CA

One of the best things about a long, 20 plus day hike is looking up from where you started and think how you were all the way up there just a few hours ago.

(Source: hypocider, via fuckyeahhiking)