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Clancy. 21. Liminal living.

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letters-and-packages:

nai harvest @ 13th note, glasgow

letters-and-packages:

nai harvest @ 13th note, glasgow

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Everyone has the right to roam Finland’s forests and countryside freely, no matter who owns the land, thanks to a legal concept, unique to the Nordic countries, known as Everyman’s Right.

Everyman’s Right enables Finns and foreigners alike to explore Finland’s famous forests, fells and lakes – and also freely collect natural products like tasty wild berries and mushrooms, even where they grow in privately owned forests.

“The legal concept of Everyman’s Right has developed over many generations,” explains legal expert Anne Rautiainen from the Outdoors Association of Finland. “It’s not enshrined in any single law, though its scope is well defined in many pieces of legislation on different issues.

“The fundamental idea behind Everyman’s Right is to enable everyone to freely enjoy outdoor activities that have always been popular in Finland, like walking and skiing in the forest, boating, swimming, and picking mushrooms and berries.”

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Free to explore Finland’s great outdoors - thisisFINLAND (via juhavantzelfde)

#civilisation #commonwealth

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paleosteno:

one of my favorite simpsons quotes

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travelingcolors:

Arucas, Gran Canaria | Spain (by Nacho Coca)

travelingcolors:

Arucas, Gran Canaria | Spain (by Nacho Coca)

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odditiesoflife:

This 3200 Year Old Tree is So Massive, It’s Never Been Captured in a Single Image…Until Now

It takes a special kind of tree to have a nickname like “The President”. The giant sequoia stands 247 feet tall and is an estimated 3,200 years old. The trunk measures 27 feet across and, between the base and the highest peak, there are an estimated two billion needles.

Until now, the tree had never been photographed in its entirety. A team of photographers from National Geographic worked with scientists from California’s Sequoia National Park to try to be the first.

It took an intricate set of pulleys and levers to scale the tree, which one scientist argues is the largest in the world (if you take into account width). After stitching together 126 separate photos, we are left with this mind-blowing portrait of “The President” captured in a single photo for the first time.

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I walked for hours down and back an abandoned dirt road to get to an old fishing spot I remembered.

Chain-smoked, didn’t catch anything, my bag broke and I got rained on and I’m probably gonna go again tomorrow.

Time alone in the bush is fucking therapy man.

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