1. ⬜️⬜️⬜️🐦

    (Source: finchlinden.com)

     

  2. Caboose cupola

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  5. "I never want to paint again," she says, while eyeballing the kitchen cabinets.

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    (Source: finchlinden.com)

     

  6. ♫ and the little white dove
    made with love, made with love;
    made with glue and a glove and some pliers ♫

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    (Source: instagram.com)

     

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  8. Process: outtake
    Jokes about butts.

    Revisiting this location soon!  Excited.

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  9. ♫ and the city that turns, turns protracted and slow
    and I find myself toeing the embarcadero
    and I find myself knowing the things that I knew
    which is all that you can know on this side of the blue ♫

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  10. katedollarhydephotography:

    I found this old iPhone shot will digging around my external hard drive.

    It was a quiet day. We took it easy, adventured slow. Marin is deceptively large, and you never quite know what you’ll find in its nooks and tucked up in its bends. The fog was thick and it was cold, so of course we thought, “Why not drive to top of Mt. Tam?” And so we did, though I admit we got distracted along the way. With a forest like this, how can you not?

    finchdown on Mount Tamalpais, Marin County, California.
    iPhone 5S, VSCOcam.

     

  11. "You just want to show off your lack of pants."

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  12. this light is soft in the night like a sigh

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  13. Hi my name is Birdknees Buttcheeques.

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  14. What inchworms turn into:
    Sabulodes aegrotata - the Omnivorous Looper

    I raised these two from eggs found in the same clutch on an Aesculus californica (buckeye) tree, though it’s not typically a larval host for the species, we do have an avocado tree nearby.  Fun luck of the genetic draw to get one ochraceous and one melanic. 

     

  15. ♫the sun rising ♫ dangling there ♫ golden and fair ♫ in the sky♫

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