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Red fox drinking water and reflection...

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LENTICULAR CLOUDS ☁⛅🌏 ©@JollySailor @NatGeo #wow #weather #earth #clouds #lenticularclouds #photo #sky

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Wood Duck, Utah Lake, February 17, 2011.

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This Bald Eagle photo was taken during the winter on the Kenai Peninsula. Many Eagles gather during the winter in Homer, Alaska.

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Red fox drinking water and reflection...

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River running through Red Autumn Woods, Portugal.

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Colorado's largest mammal is establishing a self-sustaining population on the Grand Mesa // photo courtesy of Colorado Division of Wild Life. Read 2010 article on Moose Day here: http://summitcountyvoice.com/2010/07/24/grand-mesa-to-celebrate-moose-day/

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I've never been to Alaska, but it is most definitely on my list!

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The Three Brothers of Yosemite. Photograph by Joseph Trinh.

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American Bald Eagle

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<3 The peacock spread its tail, just fabulous and so nature. These eyelooking feathers are spread as the radiation balance, so when we display the windows we can arrange abundance of fake peacock feathers in this way and put merchandise on center of them to create concentration.

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The most beautiful Fox I have EVER seen! I love these little guys~ Original saying for this > > > fox fox fox!

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The human spirit needs places where nature has not been rearranged by the hand of man.

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Adaptive tree roots in the concrete jungle. http://twistedsifter.com/2012/04/picture-of-the-day-adaptive-roots-in-the-concrete-jungle/

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I took this photograph several years ago, when I was in Colorado. The quaking aspen are stunning in September.

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Usually, I root for the bird of prey. But I must admit, the murmuration of starlings is impressive, beautiful and powerful. As a group, the starlings are spectacular. But the Peregrine Falcon is still magnificent!

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Rivers form tree-like shapes in the desert in Baja California, Mexico. The photograph was submitted to National Geographic by Adriana Franco.

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"A rare and beautiful type of algae called marimo grows in some lakes in Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido. Marimo forms soft green globes that sit in clusters on the lake bottom."

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More spirals . . .

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Tree magic. Magic tree. @Jamie Wallace, I can see you here!

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Malachite Kingfisher. Amazing. (p.s. You weren't born to blend in, darlingface.)

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Eastern Screech-Owl. I don't usually squeal with delight, but this little guy is beautiful. And I've got a thing for raptors.

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Mighty mollusks!

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