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The items here on Pinterest are the things that inspire me. They all have vision and are amazing photographs. I did not take any of these photos. All rights reside with the original photographers

The items here on Pinterest are the things that inspire me. They all have vision and are amazing photographs. I did not take any of these photos. All rights reside with the original photographers

for me, this puts in perspective how small a micro chip really is.

Remove rust spots from knives

How ti fix a broken zipper. Wow, and how many pairs of pants have I tossed out when I could have just fixed it in 5 minutes! Everyone must learn how to do this.

Tali’Zorah nar Rayya from Mass Effect. Photo by Anna Fischer

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Waaartortle Ivysaaaur Chaaarmeleon by ~Wei-Jing

The REAL Scooby-Doo!! I LOVE Great Danes!!!

Tiny baby chameleon...

long exposures from space - don pettit

大神 アマテラス by イネノジ

大神 アマテラス | 秋津イネノジ [pixiv]

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大神 by スタケタ

Tropical Screech Owl

Charmander cake win

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Disney Princess Khaleesi.

One With The Light by Raymond Swanland

Jon Snow

Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko (Uroplatus phantasticus), from Madagascar - by Official San Diego Zoo, via Flickr

Hymenopus coronatus, the Orchid Mantis. This species is characterized by brilliant and beautiful coloring and unusual structure; their four walking legs resemble flower petals, and the coloration of the bodies tends to match the environment in which they were raised. It has been theorized that humidity and intensity of light play a large role in the final coloration of the adult.

Hymenopus coronatus, the Orchid Mantis. This species is characterized by brilliant and beautiful coloring and unusual structure; their four walking legs resemble flower petals, and the coloration of the bodies tends to match the environment in which they were raised. It has been theorized that humidity and intensity of light play a large role in the final coloration of the adult.

What’s long and white and has bristles all over? The Yeti Crab! This little creature was found deep underwater in the hydrothermal vent ecosystem of the mid-ocean ridges near Easter Island. The Yeti Crab eats mussels on the sea floor, but also uses the bristles on its long arms to host colonies of specialized bacteria, possibly as another source of food.

Chrono Trigger by ~Jumpix on deviantART