So simple but so beautiful!!! on We Heart It
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© slight clutter photography i've been craving vibrant color for the past couple of weeks, after taking some time away from it. so until i do my annual spring wildflower trek (soon!), i'll probably be tapping into more autumnal foliage photos. Or, maybe it's time to get some building facade color...haven't done that in ages! Hmmm...so many possibilities. :)
Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity
Just Imagine is an art & crafts blog that inspires, educates and entertains people with a creative spirit. It's a blog dedicated to sharing art & design stories
Artist Uses Nature To Color Animal Paper Silhouettes
Nikolai Tolstyh takes photos of paper animal silhouettes in a natural setting. The combination is surprisingly perfect: the surroundings provide both color for the cutout and a scene to frame the animal.
Let Your Colors Shine On!
Another edit of my favorite shot from my most recent trip to the zoo! I hope you enjoy! :) Peacock Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium Litchfield Park, Arizona January 14, 2012
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Caño Cristales - O rio que fugiu do paraíso
El Caño Cristales, um rio localizado na Sierra de la Macarena, no município de mesmo nome, no departamento de Meta, na Colômbia. O Caño Cristales tem sido chamado de rio das cinco cores ou mesmo do rio mais bonito do mundo Impressionante coloração produzida pelas algas encontradas em seu leito, produzindo uma espécie de caleidoscópio, variando em diversos tons de vermelho, amarelo, verde, azul e púrpura. Um espetáculo inacreditável, inesquecível da natureza. Declarado Patrimônio Biológico da…
17 Bizarre and Beautiful Starfish Species
Discover 17 starfish species that highlight the diversity of the Asteroidea order, from the chunky granulated sea star to the venomous crown-of-thorns.