hi, i'm maggie.
vermont, connecticut, new york/city, massachusetts.
art/animal studies - photography focus
running through the woods, splashing in the waves, scavenging for bones.
love all, trust few, do wrong to no one.
fairies hiding on my blog
since i hate humans so much i think im going to go to alaska for a semester & pretend to be someone who summons the devil every night & people will say “that girl practices witchcraft” & ill say, “the spirits run deep in alaska” as i go clean some animals bones with my bare hands
i am a staggered breeze, i weave through branches but can never settle on the right time to end or begin
so lets see, i would love to burrow underground where i don’t have to interact with humans because i hate them so much & i cant stand pretentious bullshit & wow going back to school is going to hurt noooooooooooo
Wolf’s Milk Slime (Toothpaste Slime)
Fruiting bodies (scientifically named aethalia) of the plasmodial slime mold Lycogala epidendrum are quite distinctive by its little, round, reddish pink balls, which exude a pinkish orange paste when popped. This cosmopolitan slime mold grows in groups on dead wood, especially large logs.
[Mycetozoa - Myxomycetes - Liceales - Tubiferaceae - Lycogala - Lycogala epidendrum (L.) Fr., 1829]
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