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@8 months ago with 22 notes
#photography #sky #plane 
4nimalparty:

Dirty South (by Kris Krug)

4nimalparty:

Dirty South (by Kris Krug)

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@8 months ago with 3062 notes
#photography #burning #oil #ocean 

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@8 months ago with 17 notes
#ocean #animated #gif 
ovls:

untitled by hui+ on Flickr.

ovls:

untitled by hui+ on Flickr.

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@8 months ago with 1957 notes
#photography #tadpoles 

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@8 months ago with 3254 notes
#paint #art 

Portuguese Man of War tentacles

Portuguese Man of War tentacles

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@8 months ago with 6792 notes
#photography #portuguese man of war #siphonophore 
skyrim:

rain.

skyrim:

rain.

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@8 months ago with 30 notes
#rain #ocean #photography 
malformalady:

Cave diver Dave Bunnel, 61, captured these stunning images of him diving into Mexico’s El Sotano de las Golodrinas, The Basement of Swallows — - a 1,200-foot-deep hole in Mexico that is so deep, clouds form inside. The pit was first descended in December of 1967 by a trio of Americans. Its total depth is 1,638ft although the final few hundred feet accessible are only accessible through a pit series called The Crevice. It gets its name, the Basement of Swallows, thanks to the birds that fly above its opening.
Photo credit: Dave Bunnel

malformalady:

Cave diver Dave Bunnel, 61, captured these stunning images of him diving into Mexico’s El Sotano de las Golodrinas, The Basement of Swallows — - a 1,200-foot-deep hole in Mexico that is so deep, clouds form inside. The pit was first descended in December of 1967 by a trio of Americans. Its total depth is 1,638ft although the final few hundred feet accessible are only accessible through a pit series called The Crevice. It gets its name, the Basement of Swallows, thanks to the birds that fly above its opening.

Photo credit: Dave Bunnel

@8 months ago with 5945 notes
#cave #basement of swallows #photography 

laitmasun:

A part of my 2D Color book, which was themed around the ocean and put together in a handmade book.

Sloppy and loose, but I didn’t mind stepping back and just trying to capture the general look of a scene.  Trying to zoom out more, too.

Sorry, I’m a hopeless romantic…

@8 months ago with 27 notes
#2D #coursework #color book #my art 

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@8 months ago with 2078 notes
#ocean #mist #photography 

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@8 months ago with 837 notes
#ocean #photography 
cre8ti0n:

Lake of The Cherubs | Sankar Salvady
@8 months ago with 12149 notes
#lake #photography 
malformalady:

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves attraction is a cave at Waitomo on the North Island of New Zealand, known for its population of glowworms, Arachnocampa luminosa. This species is found exclusively in New Zealand. A glowworm uses its glow to attract food and to burn off its waste. It’s tail glows because of bioluminescence, which is a reaction between the chemicals given off by the glowworm and the oxygen in the air. This chemical reaction produces light, which the glowworm can control by reducing the oxygen to the light organ. Insects fly towards the light and get stuck in the sticky lines that the glowworm hangs down to catch food. Glowworms also use their glow to put other creatures off eating them.

malformalady:

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves attraction is a cave at Waitomo on the North Island of New Zealand, known for its population of glowworms, Arachnocampa luminosa. This species is found exclusively in New Zealand. A glowworm uses its glow to attract food and to burn off its waste. It’s tail glows because of bioluminescence, which is a reaction between the chemicals given off by the glowworm and the oxygen in the air. This chemical reaction produces light, which the glowworm can control by reducing the oxygen to the light organ. Insects fly towards the light and get stuck in the sticky lines that the glowworm hangs down to catch food. Glowworms also use their glow to put other creatures off eating them.

@8 months ago with 567 notes
#photography #glowworm 

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@8 months ago with 2589 notes
#photography 

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@8 months ago with 864164 notes
#moon #photography