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HEALING GUIDE Understanding the Power of Color in Crystals The realization that color has influence over the human mind is as old as recorded history. What is difficult is to separate out the fact from the fiction. Colors have many meanings to people mostly based on their culture anfor more: Source: www.crystalvaults.comd religion.

#Cricut Desert Southwest - Patterns/Colors - The textures and colors are striking!! Love the symmetry and vibrant contrasts.

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Microscopic image: cross section of a sapling.

tsuneaki hiramitsu

flowering cactus

Don't Catch a Falling Knife

by Kari Herer

Kristen McMenamy photographed by Tim Walker for the Sunday Times Style.

Caddisfly larvae build protective cases using materials found in their environment. Artist Hubert Duprat supplied them with gold leaf and precious stones. This is what they created.

Wild mushrooms, an unbelievable whole other world to be discovered in the forest...

Moth larvae's bony face makes it look fierce (but it's just skullduggery to deter predators) Rare animal has teeth-like markings on its head uncannily like a human skull. Believed to exist in only five locations in the southern hemisphere

Ssss!...Uhm, This Place Is Really Attractive...Samissomar's Pinterests Are So Colorful !... samissomarspace.w...

Butterfly | Amazing Pictures - Amazing Pictures, Images, Photography from Travels All Aronud the World

Papilio Euchenor Euchenor Real Framed by REALBUTTERFLYGIFTS, $39.99

~~Ornithoptera Croesus Butterflies by undomestic~~

Butterfly Photography (Cecropia Moth actually) Title: Afterlife Photographer: Carl Christensen

"Like a deep-sounding bell in a mossy well. Shivery, and furred. Like moth's feet." pg. 139 FB

Malachite butterfly (Siproeta stelenes). It doesn't look real. Beautiful! Another blue one.

yourlovelifeworld: Ruddy Daggerwing - Marpesia petreus by  crookrw on Flickr (cc)

tiger moth (Baorisa hieroglyphica)

ZIGZAG WHITE-BANDED NOCTUID - Part of the Owl Moth Family. This beautiful, rare moth is from Australia!

Most moth species are very small and are active only at night, so we don’t often get to examine them up close. But in our current photo exhibition Winged Tapestries: Moths at Large, you can pore over the insects in glorious detail. Banded tussock moth © Jim des Rivières