amphitriti:

ANTIQUE TABRIZ IRANIAN CARPETS……
(even better than flying ones)
amphitriti:

ANTIQUE TABRIZ IRANIAN CARPETS……
(even better than flying ones)
amphitriti:

ANTIQUE TABRIZ IRANIAN CARPETS……
(even better than flying ones)

amphitriti:

ANTIQUE TABRIZ IRANIAN CARPETS……

(even better than flying ones)

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Afghanistan By Steve McCurry.

Afghanistan By Steve McCurry.

Afghanistan By Steve McCurry.

Afghanistan By Steve McCurry.

Afghanistan By Steve McCurry.

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20aliens:

the adventures of Guille & Belinda
by Alessandra Sanguinetti

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yesenialinares:

modelsandrappers:

Yesenia Linares. Shot by Ibra Ake.

Photographed August, 2013.

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becausebirds:

Meet Sable, the 1 in 100,000 melanic (oppsite of albino) Barn Owl that wasn’t rejected by its mother for its unique dark coloring.

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highcastle:


chattel
(c) 2013 highcastle + cam damage

highcastle:


chattel
(c) 2013 highcastle + cam damage

rita-lino:

it’s all about her 

_

summer is over // turtle neck time 

saepthine:

noir

libutron:

Sea Butterfly - Corolla spectabilis

Commonly referred to as Sea butterfly and also as Spectacular Corolla, Corolla spectabilis (Gastropoda - Thecosomata - Cymbuliidae) is a species of planktonic sea slugs, belonging to a group which are collectively called pteropods.

Corolla is characterized by having a single wing plate (those structures resembling wings), and gelatinous internal pseudoconch which contains the visceral mass. The pseudoconch can grow to about 8cm in length in large animals, with a wing plate span of 16cm.   

One of the most interesting features of these sea butterflies is their method of feeding. They produce a mucous web, many times the size of the animal and can have a diameter of about 2m, to entangle and trap planktonic food. 

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Arne Kuilman | Locality: Philippines (2013)

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hinducosmos:

Krishna Disguised as a Gopi Teasing Radha
Water Color Painting on Paper
Artist: Kailash Raj (via Exotic India)

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