The Kattunayakan are tribal people who live deep in the forests of the Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve in South India. They collect and sell wild honey | © Tarsh and Tariq Thekaekara

The Kattunayakan are tribal people who live deep in the forests of the Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve in South India. They collect and sell wild honey | © Tarsh and Tariq Thekaekara

I don't know where to pin this! Such a beautiful photo. I could stare at it forever.

I don't know where to pin this! Such a beautiful photo. I could stare at it forever.

Caddis by Hubert Duprat: Caddisfly larvae are aquatic, and spin protective silk cases which incorporate bits of material from their surroundings, such as gravel, twigs or small pieces of shell. In this remarkable work, French artist Hubert Duprat (b.1957) has collaborated with caddis larvae by gently placing them in an environment full of gold, pearls and semi-precious stones. The caddis then spin these materials into their casings to produce breathtaking jewel-encrusted covers. #Caddisfly

Caddis by Hubert Duprat: Caddisfly larvae are aquatic, and spin protective silk cases which incorporate bits of material from their surroundings, such as gravel, twigs or small pieces of shell. In this remarkable work, French artist Hubert Duprat (b.1957) has collaborated with caddis larvae by gently placing them in an environment full of gold, pearls and semi-precious stones. The caddis then spin these materials into their casings to produce breathtaking jewel-encrusted covers. #Caddisfly

Wow. Detailed and amazing, extreme macro photos of snowflakes using a basic DIY set up and lots of patience. Proven: expensive equipment not a necessity.

Wow. Detailed and amazing, extreme macro photos of snowflakes using a basic DIY set up and lots of patience. Proven: expensive equipment not a necessity.

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Snail Sitting on a Red Mushroom. I didn't think there were such things as real red mushrooms.

Découvert dans une forêt ancienne d'Amérique, le Ostoyae Armillaria, populairement connu comme le champignon de miel, a démarré d'1 seule spore trop petit pour le voir sans microscope. Il a répandu ses filaments à travers la forêt sur environ 2400 années, tuant les arbres en grandissant. Il couvre désormais 2 200 acres (880 hectares) de la forêt nationale de Malheur, dans l'est de l'Oregon

Découvert dans une forêt ancienne d'Amérique, le Ostoyae Armillaria, populairement connu comme le champignon de miel, a démarré d'1 seule spore trop petit pour le voir sans microscope. Il a répandu ses filaments à travers la forêt sur environ 2400 années, tuant les arbres en grandissant. Il couvre désormais 2 200 acres (880 hectares) de la forêt nationale de Malheur, dans l'est de l'Oregon

What! WhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaatttttttttttttttt????!!!!!!!!!!

What! WhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaatttttttttttttttt????!!!!!!!!!!

SHOCKING, SICK SICK PEOPLE!! Just so happy she survived ♥ Brave girl! Please send your prayers to bella for a full recovery. How Bella the dog survived being stabbed in the HEAD during burglary ~

How Bella the dog survived being stabbed in the HEAD during burglary

SHOCKING, SICK SICK PEOPLE!! Just so happy she survived ♥ Brave girl! Please send your prayers to bella for a full recovery. How Bella the dog survived being stabbed in the HEAD during burglary ~

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