• Golden Tiger
  • the way things form are just ODD.and cool.
  • The Best Silly Face on the Planet: Cross-eyed Planthopper | The Featured Creature
  • Pamukkale, Turkey
  • Dr. M.R. Dadpour  Department of Horticultural Sciences, University of Tabriz  Tabriz, Iran  Specimen: Flower primordium of Tribulus sp  Technique: Epi-Illumination, 100 z-stacked images
  • Moon rising out of ocean
  • Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider
  • Habitat: sub-saharan Africa    via: istorya.net  The Green-backed Twinspot (Mandingoa nitidula) reminds me of a bird straight out of a dusty yet extremely grandiose library. It almost looks collegiate, the way it's 'dressed.' If this bird were to be dressed in actual people clothes I picture it wearing something along the lines of this:
  • Natural Rock Pools, Pamukkale, Denizli, Turkey
  • Maja Garancovska
  • The white lion
  • Comment from the photographer: Image taken at Flinders Pier, Westernport Bay, depth 4m.       Location:	Victoria, Australia  Photographer:	James Peake
  • Ramona Falls
  • Fossil Hill
  • Enemy Lurking Within Your Home Dust Mites… For most people, the thought of dust mites living in their home is one of the most disgusting ideas around and it just sends shivers down the person’s body. Most people do not even think about such things until a possible problem arises with one of the family members, that is, developing symptoms related to dust mites.
  • great blue hole - belize.
  • In the midst of the vast, vacant Sahara desert, just outside of Ouadane, Mauritania, lies a 30-mile wide geological oddity known the Richat Structure, or the
  • The Danakil Depression, also known as the Afar Depression, holds the distinction of being one of the lowest and hottest parts of the world. On top of average temperatures of 94 degrees fahrenheit, Dallol itself is surrounded by boiling hot springs, bringing hot minerals and toxic gas bubbles to the surface. Despite making Dallol uninhabited, these geological forces have actually made the area somewhat picturesque, coloring the lowlands with rusty orange, yellow and green salt formations.
  • Known by the Afar as the
  • Micromelo undata from Bali, Indonesia  Micromelo undata  Location: Bali, Indonesia  By: Steve Childs