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"baby blue-eyes"(Nemophila)- Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan

"baby blue-eyes"(Nemophila)- Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan

Not sure I'd have the nerve to go through with it, but would love to try...

Not sure I'd have the nerve to go through with it, but would love to try...

I would never want to leave                                      I would definitely  always want to go.

Extreme camping and rock climbing photographs by Gordon Wiltsie

I would never want to leave I would definitely always want to go.

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Kjeragbolten boulder wedged in a mountain crevice in the Kjerag mountains in Norway. #KEEN #take10

Kjeragbolten boulder wedged in a mountain crevice in the Kjerag mountains in Norway. #KEEN #take10

Glowing blue objects turning up on Toyama beach - these are firefly squids who spend their days in the deep Pacific Ocean only to go hunting near the ocean’s surface when the sun goes down.  The reason for their blue glow resembling a new streetlight is bioluminescence, which is a chemical reaction inherent in some animals that cause them to generate light such as these guys’ namesake, the firefly.Source: Livedoor Drazuli (Japanese)  Firefly Squid Museum: Website (Japanese)

Glowing blue objects turning up on Toyama beach - these are firefly squids who spend their days in the deep Pacific Ocean only to go hunting near the ocean’s surface when the sun goes down. The reason for their blue glow resembling a new streetlight is bioluminescence, which is a chemical reaction inherent in some animals that cause them to generate light such as these guys’ namesake, the firefly.Source: Livedoor Drazuli (Japanese) Firefly Squid Museum: Website (Japanese)