Carlos Miele Spring Summer 2013

Carlos Miele Spring Summer 2013

#fashion    #green    #dress    #gown    #dead   
Reblogged from theSteward
bohemian-children:

I WANT MY BEACH HOUSE TO LOOK LIKE THIS! COLOURFUL, BRIGHT, SUMMERY AND HAPPY!

LOOK AT THIS.

bohemian-children:

I WANT MY BEACH HOUSE TO LOOK LIKE THIS! COLOURFUL, BRIGHT, SUMMERY AND HAPPY!

LOOK AT THIS.

Reblogged from Black Beauty
Three things:
I’m not much for colored hair but wow, I love the green!
Her blonde eyebrows compliment the green hair really well.
WTF - IS THAT A HAIR-HORN???

Three things:

  1. I’m not much for colored hair but wow, I love the green!
  2. Her blonde eyebrows compliment the green hair really well.
  3. WTF - IS THAT A HAIR-HORN???
Reblogged from nintai
#hair    #green    #wow   
Reblogged from baroohbub
#nature    #waterfall    #jungle    #green   
Reblogged from BRICK HOUSE
africanviolet:

love love love her style

africanviolet:

love love love her style

Reblogged from Stylin'
kateoplis:

wreckandsalvage:

GOOD: Copenhagen has become the first Scandinavian city to  adopt a policy that requires green roofs for all new buildings with roof  slopes of less than 30 degrees. Copenhagen presently has 20,000 square  meters (over 215,000 square feet) of flat roofs. It is hoped that as  much as 5,000 square meters of new development each year will be covered  with vegetation.
This is part of Copenhagen’s  effort to become “the world’s first carbon neurtral capital by  2025,” and unlike a lot of similar targets and visions, it seems like  it’s being taken seriously.

Huge fan of green roofs…next thing I build will have one.

Fantastic.

kateoplis:

wreckandsalvage:

GOOD: Copenhagen has become the first Scandinavian city to adopt a policy that requires green roofs for all new buildings with roof slopes of less than 30 degrees. Copenhagen presently has 20,000 square meters (over 215,000 square feet) of flat roofs. It is hoped that as much as 5,000 square meters of new development each year will be covered with vegetation.

This is part of Copenhagen’s effort to become “the world’s first carbon neurtral capital by 2025,” and unlike a lot of similar targets and visions, it seems like it’s being taken seriously.

Huge fan of green roofs…next thing I build will have one.

Fantastic.

Reblogged from kateoplis
#Denmark    #awesome    #green