"counting stars by candlelight, all are dim but one is bright"

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Baby Face by Prabu dennaga



To just sleep in a car like this, with your best friend or boyfriend and not worry because its just you two and tomorrow you’re just going to climb out of bed and into the front of the car where you’ll drive off. Another day on your road trip together, living, laughing, loving.

awaken your soul

mostly nature

everything personal♡

Fawn Twins by Jeff Graham




~Let’s chill in my Hippie Van~

hippie vibes ❁

Quick facts about the Atlas Moth
Attacus atlas (Saturniidae), the Atlas Moth, which occurs in southern India and south-east Asia, is one of the most attractive and fascinating moths for both photographers and collectors. Here is some basic information about it.
1. It is one of the largest of all lepidopterans, with a wingspan of about 24 cm and even 30 cm, and a larger wing area than any other moth. Their hairy bodies are disproportionately smaller than the wings. The females are much larger than the males and don’t have feathery antennae.
2. Both sexes have big patterned reddish-brown sickle-shaped wings, which have triangular transparent “windows”. The wing tips are hooked and some say resemble a snake’s head with eye, to scare off predators. 
3. Although the caterpillars feed on a variety of tree foliage, the adult does not have mouthparts to feed and survives on the fat reserves built up during the larval stage. 
4. These moths spend more time of their lives as egg (8-14 days), caterpillar (up to 10 weeks), and pupa (4 weeks), than as adults (2 weeks). 
5. The cocoons are made up of broken strands of silk and are used to make a durable silk called Fagara Silk, in northern India. In Taiwan, their cocoons are made into pocket purses.
6. The common name of this moth may come from its wing patterns resemble maps or due to its large size.
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