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“Our task must be to free ourselves... by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and it's beauty.” ― Albert Einstein


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Eucalyptus Flower

Summer showers

The Dandenong Ranges in Fog by Jacqueline Barkla

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Rain and Lightning

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Boynton Canyon, Sedona, Arizona

A Glimpse

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Dragonfly

Sunset in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Sycamore by Manabu Oda

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Scabiosa

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Pink Coronet Dahlia

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Suwanee River Valley. Florida

Himalayan blue poppies

Rainforest in Waikaremoana, New Zealand. Looks a bit like Fangorn, Middle Earth.

Eliot Porter. Balsam Spruce Forest, North Carolina Side of Clingman's Dome Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina, May 11, 1968

Ice circles are a natural anomaly known to rarely occur in very cold climates.  Scientists speculate that they are formed from whirlpools that rise to the surface and then freeze in the shape of a perfect circle.  The largest reported ice circle was measured at 150 meters in diameter.

Gathering pollen