ADM Carlton Kent - Chief Starfleet Operations c2266 (alternate timeline). I created this image using a personnel photograph as the basis to digitally morph from a Marine into a Starfleet admiral.

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Welcome to hippies-like-us’ first ever giveaway!!

I’ve been wanting to get this organised for a while and here it finally is! I have found a lot of positivity and met some seriously amazing people since joining tumblr and I thought it was time to give something back.

I’m also using this as a way to promote my crocheted hats, scarves, toys and general stuff that I am taking custom orders for. If you’re interested you can send me a message or email mamavoodoo@yahoo.com.au.

So here’s what you win!

  • Hand-rolled Incense
  • A string of adorable mini prayer flags
  • A small bag of assorted crystal chips
  • A garnet and clear quartz crystal cluster tree
  • A rose-petal charm bottle, for love
  • Flourite earrings
  • A custom crocheted item of your choice! This will be discussed with you after you win so I know exactly what you want and need. (Photos are examples, your prize will be made specially for you.)
  • A $10 donation to the charity of your choice
  • A little custom piece of art, made just for you
  • A special letter from me (woah super exciting!)
  • And a few other little bits.

Rules make giveaways fun!

  • This giveaway is in appreciation of my followers so it would be nice if you were following. Say hi!
  • Enter as many times as you want, but don’t make your followers hate me!
  • Reblogs are ace, likes are fine.
  • Don’t delete this text!
  • No giveaway blogs please.
  • I will ship anywhere in the world, at my own expense.
  • I will be using a random generator to choose the winner.

The giveaway will end on Monday the 21st of July (AEST) and the winner will be chosen and notified on the 22nd of July. Winner will have 48 hours to reply.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

Peace, love and good luck!

Bec xx

This is outstanding, and she’s a beautiful soul.

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Inked beauty

Inked beauty

Rad ink. #ink #tattoo #beautiful

Rad ink. #ink #tattoo #beautiful

I was helping my nephew maintain his mare’s horse stall by breaking up the hard pack into soft soil, then mixing it with wood shavings. His horse was happy with the soft “bedding” soil because she was getting cuts and abrasions every time she got up off the ground. As I was taking a break from working under the hot sun, a horse in an adjoining stable  was stoked about the salty sweat off the back of my head.

I was helping my nephew maintain his mare’s horse stall by breaking up the hard pack into soft soil, then mixing it with wood shavings. His horse was happy with the soft “bedding” soil because she was getting cuts and abrasions every time she got up off the ground. As I was taking a break from working under the hot sun, a horse in an adjoining stable was stoked about the salty sweat off the back of my head.

Several of my urban wear t-shirt designs, from artintensity.com

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Agnetha Fältskog


Yeah, I’m going to own it… I’m an ABBA fan.

70spostergirls:

Agnetha Fältskog

Yeah, I’m going to own it… I’m an ABBA fan.

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Uncovering the Rock Churches of Lalibela in Northern Ethiopia

To view more photos and videos of the rock churches of northern Ethiopia, browse the #Lalibela hashtag and location page.

Nine hundred years ago, workers set out to construct a new holy city in the northern highlands of Ethiopia. Instead of building from the ground up, they began chiseling down into the red volcanic rock. Believed to be built with the assistance of angels working through the night, the 11 rock-hewn churches of Lalibela were carved into giant blocks of sandstone and connected through a series of tunnels, ceremonial passageways, drainage ditches and caves.

Today, Lalibela is one of Ethiopia’s most holy cities and carries the nickname of “New Jerusalem.” It has been a pilgrimage site for Christians for centuries and continues to be a destination for worship and daily devotion for the priests, monks and orthodox Christians who comprise the town’s population. Tourists from around the world now also trek to Lalibela to marvel at its stunning architectural accomplishments. Though all of the original churches are still in active use, many of the structures are considered to be in critical condition as a result of water damage and seismic activity. UNESCO declared Lalibela a world-heritage site in 1978 and has organized support to restore the monuments. A number of the churches are now protected under temporary light-weight shelters.

I’ve always admired the beauty of these rock hewn structures.

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