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lovelysaddie:

Yeah pretty much

lovelysaddie:

Yeah pretty much

themoonphase:

sophiefuckingchurcher:

killermuffins89:

innocenttmaan:

Andres Amador is an artist who uses the beach as his canvas, racing against the tide to create these large scale temporary masterpieces using a rake or stick ..

Andres’ creations are simply stunning and knowing that these delicate creations are temporary somehow makes them even more beautiful.

wow

are you fucking kidding me

wowowowowowow!! respect!

staceythinx:

Photographer Rachel Sussman has been documenting the world’s oldest organisms for a personal project she’s been working on for almost a decade. Now you can see the results of her epic journey around the globe in her upcoming book The Oldest Living Things in the World which you can pre-order here.

About the book:

Since 2004 artist Rachel Sussman has been researching, working with biologists, and traveling all over the world to photograph continuously living organisms 2,000 years old and older. The work spans disciplines, continents, and millennia: it’s part art and part science, has an innate environmentalism, and is driven by existential inquiry. She begins at ‘year zero,’ and looks back from there, photographing the past in the present. Together, her portraits capture the living history of our planet – and what we stand to lose in the future.

not-just-labcoats:

Beatrice is the Best!!

not-just-labcoats:

Beatrice is the Best!!

sketchnook:

New pattern: Animal cell organelles

themadmantypeth:

I have a place in my heart for fractals and this is one of the coolest examples of fractals in the natural world: The romanesco cauliflower.

themadmantypeth:

I have a place in my heart for fractals and this is one of the coolest examples of fractals in the natural world: The romanesco cauliflower.

thegreenwolf:

Fiery Throated Hummingbird

Just FYI, the coloration isn’t caused by pigments in the feathers, but special cells in their surfaces that refract light into different wavelengths, which is part of why they’re so brilliantly colored.