magicalnaturetour:

Warm and Fuzzy Photograph by John Halvorson, National Geographic Your Shot
A cygnet peers out from its mother’s wing at a local pond in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. According to Your Shot member John Halvorson, the adult swans arrived in February, during an unusually bad winter. “I followed them daily through the mating cycle and the nest building,” he says. “When we had a brutal series of ice storms and there was little for them to eat I took them cracked corn. I became a trusted friend, so when the chicks hatched I was allowed to sit close by and photograph the adults and the newly hatched chicks. I stop by frequently to check on them. Of six eggs, four hatched, and today only two survive. They are beautiful birds.”

magicalnaturetour:

Warm and Fuzzy
Photograph by John Halvorson, National Geographic Your Shot

A cygnet peers out from its mother’s wing at a local pond in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. According to Your Shot member John Halvorson, the adult swans arrived in February, during an unusually bad winter. “I followed them daily through the mating cycle and the nest building,” he says. “When we had a brutal series of ice storms and there was little for them to eat I took them cracked corn. I became a trusted friend, so when the chicks hatched I was allowed to sit close by and photograph the adults and the newly hatched chicks. I stop by frequently to check on them. Of six eggs, four hatched, and today only two survive. They are beautiful birds.”

thewhitedeers:

"The Queen Bee"
The piece I’ve done for Flower Pepper Gallery for the show “Twice Told Tales”
Location: 121 E Union Street, Pasadena, CA 91003
Duration: Jan 25 - Feb 28th
If you’re in the area go visit !!

thewhitedeers:

"The Queen Bee"

The piece I’ve done for Flower Pepper Gallery for the show “Twice Told Tales”

Location: 121 E Union Street, Pasadena, CA 91003

Duration: Jan 25 - Feb 28th

If you’re in the area go visit !!

mfjr:

maria friberg and monika larsen dennis, ‘driven’ (1998); video still

mfjr:

maria friberg and monika larsen dennis, ‘driven’ (1998); video still

explore-blog:

Modern Toss found my scans of Anne Sexton’s little-known 1963 children’s book and made this hilarious remix.
(↬ this isn’t happiness) 

explore-blog:

Modern Toss found my scans of Anne Sexton’s little-known 1963 children’s book and made this hilarious remix.

( this isn’t happiness

(Source: mayorroma)

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: Shells by Stephanie Viets

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: Shells by Stephanie Viets

lesfleursdelart:

Waltern Crane

lesfleursdelart:

Waltern Crane

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asylum-art:

Fields of Blue Flowers in Japan

In the Hitashi Seaside Park in Japan, infinite fields of nemophilas roll out like carpets of flowers on 190 hectares. We have gathered the best photos of this insolite place which appeals the tourists. Photographers must retouch their photos to erase the presence of people in the fields. 

mudwerks:

theoppositeofeasy:

momhugs:

wtf

dog dont like it

Well I’m a king bee, baby
Buzzing around your hive…

mudwerks:

theoppositeofeasy:

momhugs:

wtf

dog dont like it

Well I’m a king bee, baby

Buzzing around your hive…

(Source: idiod)

unkemptly:

lucid blog

Hey I’m coming in

unkemptly:

lucid blog

Hey I’m coming in

(Source: melisica)

(Source: singingtowers)

ehirano:

“Sea The Morning” art by E. Hirano ©2014 Noisy Rain summer edition cover art.
To buy this and other artwork, please visit E. Hirano  online shop.

ehirano:

Sea The Morning” art by E. Hirano ©2014 Noisy Rain summer edition cover art.

To buy this and other artwork, please visit E. Hirano  online shop.

fetuse:

The noctuid moth Ascalapha odorata bears the common name “Black Witch”. It is considered an omen of death in Mexican and Caribbean folklore. In Mexico, it is known as “Mariposa de la muerte”.


Hellooooooo gorgeous~

fetuse:

The noctuid moth Ascalapha odorata bears the common name “Black Witch”. It is considered an omen of death in Mexican and Caribbean folklore. In Mexico, it is known as “Mariposa de la muerte”.

Hellooooooo gorgeous~

(Source: eoix)

Tattoo idea: a cup of coffee and a slice of cherry pie.