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40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

The Diphylleia Grayi is a wonderfully unique flower whose petals turn clear as glass when it’s splattered with raindrops. Commonly referred to as the skeleton flower, it hails from the moist wooded mountainsides in the colder regions of China and Japan. The flowers come out in late spring, with large, fuzzy green, umbrella-like foliage topped […]


10 Most Fascinating Tunnels (cool tunnels) - ODDEE

10 Most Fascinating Tunnels (cool tunnels) - ODDEE

During the cold winters, the Alaskan Wood Frog becomes a frog-shaped block of ice. It stops breathing, and its heart stops beating. When Spring arrives the frog thaws and returns to normal going along its merry way. Amazing Animals! Thanks to Amazing Earth

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Super Moon | Julia Petit – Petiscos

Boone area attractions itinerary for families

Boone area attractions itinerary for families

Brad Spencer - 'Life Is An Open Book', in Charlotte NC. It shows brick children climbing an open brick book.

Brick Art in Charlotte NC

From a Warsaw graveyard- breathtaking.

baby bats!!


This is an actual real living creature called a "Glass Frog" for obvious reasons. Very intriguing!

Harvest moon rises over open road to nowhere in eastern South Dakota.

Earth Pics (Earth_Pics) on Twitter

Lightning slowed down at 10,000 frames per second. That is one of the coolest things .

Okay, this has to be one of the most amazing things I've seen! What an incredible tree and walkway

Mariposa, Grove Yosemite National Park


The Black and White Photography of Benoit Courti black and white



The beach is where my heart is!


Thomas Zakowski captures frozen Lake Michigan. #photography #LakeMichigan

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This is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a skypunch. When people see these, they think it's the end of the world. Ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward, punching a hole in the cloud cover —