Aesthetics: Science, Technology, Nature
Exactly as the title suggests. Aesthetics of science and technology: technoscience or technoscience-inspired things I find to be beautiful.
Aesthetics: Science, Technology, Nature
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Radolarians are unicellular protozoa that form glass skeletons and live exclusively in the ocean. They absorb silica from ocean water to construct tiny glass skeletons 0.1 to 2 mm in diameter. When they die, their hard skeletons sink and settle on the sea floor.
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Radolarians Skeletons. © Dennis Kunkel #photography #microscopic #radolarian #science #nature
Comatricha Nigra. Slime mold.
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Stemonitis fusca is a rather marvelous species of slime mold that carries its jelly-like spore-forming fruiting bodies on curious stilts | photo by Nick Cantle
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Stemonitis fusca is a rather marvelous species of slime mold that carries its jelly-like spore-forming fruiting bodies on curious stilts | photo by Nick Cantle | + so heres an uninteresting but strange piece of info for yall. Im allergic to spores, but i love wierd little mushroom fungi type things. It means i get hayfever in winter when mushrooms make their little babies.
Stemonitis Fusca by Nick Cantle Stemonitis fusca is a species of slime mold. It fruits in clusters on dead wood, and has distinctive tall brown sporangia, supported on slender stalks with a total height of approximately 6–20 mm tall.
Slime mold, Nick Cantle Amazing how something most people find disgusting can be so beautiful. Nature is amazing
Stemonitis Fusca Weird but Amazing Species of Slime Mold.
Marble Cathedral, among the most beautiful cave networks in the world; Patagonia, Chile. (Catedrala din marmura, probabil cea mai frumoasa retea de pesteri din lume; Patagonia, Chile.)
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Marble Cave General Carrera Lake Patagonia Argentina #water #marble #cave #carrera #lake #patagonia #argentina #photography
The Marble Cathedral - South America's 2nd largest freshwater lake, General Carrera in Patagonia, Chile (photo: Linde Waidenhofer)
Marble Cathedral in Patagonia. Patagonia has been my dream trip for the past few years, with this sight as one of many inspiring my travel lust.
marble caverns of lago carrera,chile These ares considered the most beautiful cave network in the world, but you'll have a long journey to reach it.But to reach this remote place, located in the far southern tip of the country, visitors must fly from the capital Santiago, 800 miles to the next nearest large city, Coyhaique, and then drive on challenging dirt roads 200 miles south to the lake.
Lake General Carrera (Chilean side) or Lake Buenos Aires (Argentine side) is located in Patagonia, shared by Argentina & Chile. Marble Caves have been formed by wave action over the last 6,200 years. Visitors can explore Marble Caves in a small boat or kayak, but only when Carrera Lake’s waters are calm & gentle. A rare and invaluable natural wonder, the existence of these caves is currently threatened by plans to build five large dams in the area. Photo Credit: Linde Waidehofer/Barcroft Media
Yucatan barrier reef..caves!
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Scuba diving in the Yucatan Barrier Reef caves
Better than any bath tub! What ya think!?
Yucatan barrier reef caves awesome picture, but I'm too claustrophobic to go cave diving
Yucatan cenotes Mexico
A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread originally from Dennis Kunkel Microscopy.
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A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread - from Dennis Kunkel Microscopy. // Spider webs are lilac??
A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread #nature #microscopic
Amanda Nelsen composes pictures from thousands of pieces of junk mail, folded and string-bundled into 2 inch cubes to create colored pixels.