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Angelica flowerhead pattern

Patterned Angelica flowerhead

View from below of Angelica flowerhead. The flowerhead is roughly spherical; each part is similar to the whole head in having a stalk and its own sphere of flowers.
Date: 27 May 2012
Author: Chiswick Chap

via File:Angelica flowerhead showing pattern.JPG – Wikimedia Commons.

Ice crystallisation in a puddle

Ice puddle

Description: Iced puddle, Petertavy Great Common Geometric patterns in this frozen puddle by Peter Tavy Bridleway 23.
Author: Derek Harper

via File:Iced puddle, Petertavy Great Common – – 297780.jpg – Wikimedia Commons.

Hand and tail by Todd Jordan

hand and tail -plant journal - todd jordan

hand and tail for the plant journal. hudson. august 2011.

via all photographs © todd jordan.

whale shark 01 by ~ptornot

whale shark

whale shark swimming away
by Peter Orton

Model:FinePix F30
Shutter Speed:1/329 second
Focal Length:9 mm
ISO Speed:100

via whale shark 01 by ~ptornot.

Dolomiten 1974 by Dr. Hannes Grobe

Dolomites by Dr. Hannes Grobe

Description: Dolomites, Alps
Date: 1974
Photographer: Dr. Hannes Grobe

via File:Dolomiten1974 01 hg.jpg – Wikimedia Commons.

Riparian buffer

Riparian buffer on Bear Creek in Story County Iowa

A riparian buffer is a vegetated area (a “buffer strip”) near a stream, usually forested, which helps shade and partially protect a stream from the impact of adjacent land uses.

via Riparian buffer – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Paperbark/Melaleuca trees in Tasmania

Melaleuca trees in moonlight

The Moon is seen over the paperbark trees in Tasmania’s Narawntapu National Park. December 2005.

via File:Paperbark-trees-in-Tasmania.jpg – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Taming beluga whales in the arctic

Beluga whales below the ice responding to Natalia Avseenko

Natalia Avseenko swimming with beluga whales

Natalia Avseenko, 36, was persuaded to strip naked as marine experts believe belugas do not like to be touched by artificial materials such as diving suits.The skilled Russian diver took the plunge as the water temperature hit minus 1.5 degrees Centigrade.

via Naked female scientist tries to tame beluga whales in the arctic | Mail Online.


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