Shawna Healy πŸ’– (@shawnahealy)

{Change of Scenery} I absolutely love California and it's diverse landscape. I mostly post photos of trees and mountains but there is something I love about these areas as well. I know some will probably look at this photo and see a bunch of weeds and kindling but trust me it is so much more...there are also snakes...πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚...okay I kid but only kinda because they love this stuff too! 🐍🐍🐍

Selina Zhang Photography (@selzhangphoto)

cheers to hopping of the med school track and being done with organic chemistry. I've realized that as much as I love greys anatomy and learning, I'm just not cut out for another 8+ years of school and am content with living in a box on the side of the street for the rest of my life until I figure out what I really want!!

Edward (@tradnthru)

One of the best campsites I've ever had. I spent an entire afternoon and evening reading and painting by this lakeside. Then I woke up to the sound of shepherds making their way with their herd just behind my campsite just in time to catch the sunrise. Such an inspiring place! #tentviews

Kevin Saechao (@kevinsaechao)

Which indeed is the least of all seeds: but when it is grown, it is the greatest among herbs, and becometh a tree, so that the birds of the air come and lodge in the branches thereof. [Matthew 13:32]
Most of us know the parable of the mustard seed, how it's super small, how it can spread widely, and quickly, and under certain circumstances, it could grow to be unusually large. This seed of faith requires work to plant. It requires us to cultivate it with lots of love. One must only need to have faith as small as a mustard seed in order to make the impossible possible. There's another seed that requires work. It is called the seed of doubt. It is the opposite of the seed of faith. Like the mustard seed, if we allow the seed of doubt to grow, and take root within us, then faith, and hope cannot flourish.
#lds Inspiration from Toby.
w/ @sweete_23

Mark Mitchell (@mark2themtn)

I'm thinking arches with a blanket of snow next time 😏

Michelle Labrecque (@mlroxanne7)

really missing this view and i've only been back to work for 2 hours πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ

Antonia Kyle (@tonilou)

Giant's Causeway β€’ Northern Ireland β€’ 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.
#giantscauseway #irelandπŸ€ #igireland #ireland365 #instaireland #insta_ireland #instagramireland #exploreireland #exploretheworld #explorenorthernireland #familyvacation #travelpics #travelireland

Gillian ♏️ (@miumiulookingatthings)

This one is for the self-righteous bastard at the investment bank where I work who 'complained' about the way I dress. Today's rebel attire: red dress, red shoes, red lips. To my great dismay, we surmise it was likely a woman. 'There's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women.' Hill & Maddy.