awkwardsituationist:

the kisan family, who live on the outskirts of lakhapada, india adopted a sloth bear cub who, following a herd of goats, wondered into their home one day and didn’t want to leave. sloth bears are an endangered species, and, contrary to the docile nature of this one, are typically very aggressive and deadly. consequently, buddu, as he was named, was ultimately removed from the home by forest department officials and returned to his ever diminishing natural habitat. photos by biswaranjan rout

SLOTH BEAR CUB?!

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Papercraft, Maud Vantours

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praxter:

Blue Flowers by Dmitri Spiros

praxter:

Blue Flowers by Dmitri Spiros

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skunkbear:

Close-ups of butterfly wing scales! You should definitely click on these images to get the full detail.

I’ve paired each amazing close-up (by macro photographer Linden Gledhill) with an image of the corresponding butterfly or moth.  The featured lepidoptera* are (in order of appearance):

*Lepidoptera (the scientific order that includes moths and butterflies) means “scaly wing.” The scales get their color not from pigment - but from microscopic structures that manipulate light.

The great science youtube channel “Smarter Every Day” has two videos on this very subject that I highly recommend:

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abstract-dimension:

Rivulets (by Kelly Dombrowski)
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sickpage:

Gregory Thielker
Under the Unminding Sky (painting)

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mmmmmmm

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Beautiful Graphic Art Made With Rolls of Packing Tape by Mark Khaisman

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog

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victoriousvocabulary:

NEMOPHILIST
[noun]
one who is fond of forest or forest scenery; a haunter of the woods.
Etymology: from Latin nemoralis, from nemus, nemoris, “a wood or grove” + Greek philia, “love”.
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victoriousvocabulary:

NEMOPHILIST

[noun]

one who is fond of forest or forest scenery; a haunter of the woods.

Etymology: from Latin nemoralis, from nemus, nemoris, “a wood or grove” + Greek philia, “love”.

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