Hey all, I'm Kelly. I'm a 19 year old obsessed with any and everything having to do with the outdoors, horses, wildlife, photography, and nature. Future conservation biologist. All are welcome here.Don't forget to check out my photography page; it'd be much appreciated! The link is below.


"There is something about the eye of the horse that draws a human in.There’s gentleness and kindness that we see no where else,but yet there is that slight shine of power,preventing you from believing that you’re ever going to be more powerful than he."


if u askin about my bra size u better be planning on takin ur ass down to Victoria’s Secret to buy me some nice bras

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I’m drunk. And looking at lasers.

I’m dying. I’m so happy. What is goin on.


Siberian Tiger In Snow by: { David Ponton }

THIS GOES FOR EVERY ANIMAL EVER. if you get an animal for your kid, that animal is still your responsibility. you need to research their care and you need to double check that it’s carried out properly and if your kid gets bored, SURPRISE it’s your responsibility now.
basically, your 8 year old kid can barely take care of themselves don’t even pretend like they can provide proper care for an exotic animal with specific (sometimes very difficult to meet) needs without some sort of guidance. teach your kids the importance of looking into proper care and providing it like my mom did instead of letting the animal suffer while you sit around apathetic.
also, letting your kid make an animal suffer and ultimately die is not a “good lesson” for them. animals aren’t inanimate objects.

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this one time there was a police pony right outside my apartment so I got really excited obviously and asked if I could pet him and the officer said yes but then the horse tried to bite me so I hauled back and smacked him on the neck and then panicked and was like “OH SHIT DID I JUST ASSAULT AN OFFICER.” but the rider just laughed and asked how long I’d been riding

I used to ride in a military police school and I never remembered that but I had to smack the horses when they were misbehaving and I guess I was technically assaulting an officer.

Ireland, West Coast, County Kerry, 1988 by Harry Gruyaert

This is the crest of the Tokugawa—the ruling shogunal family of the Edo period (1603-1868). It’s on one of the old gates Zōjō-ji temple complex- the Niten gate of Yūshōin, Tokugawa Ietsugu’s mausoleum, in the Shiba area of Minato-ku, Tokyo.  Text and photography by Rekishi no Tabi on Flickr

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Elk crossing.
You can’t get much closer to nature than this!