Watching the sunset as the waves lap gently around your toes, the beach draped in various shades of reds, oranges and purples – appreciate the good things around you and always be happy.
Credits: Living Stills via Floris Kloet, Ello, Veen Sake, Gif and Pinterest
When driving in the tropics, there’s two things that really lighten up the travel. Palm trees and spectacular sunsets.
Credits: C y b r S i n s and Tumblr via Mauricio Triviño, Sin buen net and Pinterest
Remembering all those amazing sunsets I saw during my recent holiday in Mauritius. Still have that ‘holiday hangover’ just thinking about it. The sunset in the GIF above was captured at California’s Salton Sea.
Credits: ToolBee and CHEEZburger Memebase via Cheezburger and GIPHY
“Endless ocean, blue water, dreamy sky, tranquil beach, love in the air, mind fly high.”
Credits: Via Azette Jbh, 💖 GIFS / IMAGES ANIMÉES 💖 and Google+, goodreads
From plants that wake when others sleep, from timid jasmine buds that keep their odour to themselves all day, but when the sunlight dies away let the delicious secret out to every breeze that roams about. Thomas Moore
Watch out for leprechaun highwaymen after your pot of gold… and impromptu Elton John performances. Might be even worse.
Credits: Tshering Tamang, Steem Posts and Pinterest
In 2017, Facebook’s data centers alone produced more than 600,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide. This year, the company is making big moves toward a smaller carbon footprint.
Credits: AngelList via Outlook
A pleasant land of dreaming unicorns, cute angels and endless love, forever bathed in the sunshine of happiness.
Credits: blackwidow47 and Photobucket via Randy Halliday, I love Heartfelf gif and Facebook
A GIF I made in April 2018 of a book cover with a moving image of roadside palm tree in a sunset. The design pays homage to the Argentinian graphic designer and GIF artist, Gustavo Torres a.k.a. Kidmograph, who is one of my icons.
Credits: Kidmograph, Tumblr, Vijay Shah, Blingee and Amazon
“But every tomorrow has led to today— to us being alone, hungry, and cold on an unknown island somewhere in the South Pacific.”
― Jennifer Arnett, Day One: A Novella
Credits: KOTUTOHUM and Tumblr via velovories, V A P O R W A V E and Pinterest, goodreads