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It's my fav. flower…when it's a white puff =}

huge dandelion. I love these. I cut some every year and hairspray them so they don't fall apart and put them in a vase.

A picture from underneath a dandelion! This is such an interesting perspective!

Llareta, 2,000 years old; Atacama Desert, Chile by Racehl Sussman, science.time.com: What looks like moss covering rocks is actually a very dense, flowering shrub that happens to be a relative of parsley, living in the extremely high elevations of the Atacama Desert. #Nature #Llareta #Shrub

Glass Gem Corn was a long lost variety which was deposited by a seedsman at Seeds Trust. In 2011, Bill McDormann, president of Seeds Trust decided to grow them. When he saw the result of the glass gem seed corn, he was absolutely amazed and posted photos of the corn on the Internet and went viral in May 2012 with a post on the social networking site Reddit which was then picked-up by dozens of other social media outlets. Currently, there is insufficient supply for marketing. #Corn #Glass_Gem

Major sky events of 2014 are listed.

THE BUMBLEBEE BAT - the incredible bumblebee bat is the SMALLEST mammal in the world, weighing about the weight of a penny. It is listed in the TOP 12 MOST endangered list.

snow, most stores are out of bread eggs and milk in fort Wayne

Love snuggling up when it's snowing outside! :)

Waking up to finding out school is cancelled :) best feeling ever

Really wishing for snow this year... but not possible where Im at right now. How terribly sad... :(

I'll never outgrow the excitement of looking out my window and seeing falling snow. #Winter

How to Shoot Starry Photos of Fireflies

“In March, due to a natural phenomenon, Siberia’s Lake Baikal is particularly amazing to photograph. The temperature, wind and sun cause the ice crust to crack and form beautiful turquoise blocks or ice hummocks on the lake’s surface.” Photograph by Alex El Barto.

Frillback Pigeon. Nature is incredible.

Titan Arum or 'Corpse Flower' by Michael Rothbart: Paul Berry, director of the UW-Madison Herbarium, stands next to a Titan Arum or "corpse flower"which is just 7' tall. It is named for its smell which is similar to that of a dead animal. www.news.wisc.edu... The specimen at the U.S. Botanical Garden is expected to bloom imminently for the first time ever. www.huffingtonpos... #Flower #Corpse_Flower

Owl Boxes: Create a home for the owl. A family of barn owls can eat up to 3,000 rodents in a four-month period. All, without chemicals. Here's how to attract more to your area...this would be so cool to have a family of owls in the yard

April 21, 22 - Lyrids Meteor Shower - April 21, 22 - Lyrids Meteor Shower.jpg