Gaze in Wonder

The natural world is awesome. I'm not a big one for God. I believe that we humans have no provable ideas about how the "Source" of All-That-Is came to be or how it operates, other than what we can see, so I've stopped trying to define anything. The laws of physics are observable, as are the seasons and days and the evolution of species (look at the sea dragons that look just like algae! How can evolution be denied?) No matter how this all came to be, it is AWESOME beyond words, don't you agree?
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Rare "Wings of Love" Butterfly...looks like a Peace sign

Rare "Wings of Love" Butterfly peace Yeah, peace symbol!

wow amazing photo! - http://www.pinterest.com/source/scontent-a-iad.xx.fbcdn.net/

Fractal spirals in nature

A Tawny Frog Mouth bird demonstrating the elongated posture it uses to imitate a tree branch if disturbed during the day. Photo T.J. Collins.

Be the branch. You are the branch. Tawny Frog Mouth bird demonstrating the elongated posture it uses to imitate a tree branch if disturbed during the day. Photo T.

Lily of the Valley this is lovely!

Lily of the valley. Sad to see an otherwise beautiful picture ruined by these awful reflections. Notice how the background objects are the same distance from their reflection as the things in the foreground are….

Moss garden in Giyo-ji temple (祇王寺) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Nature can be most influential when it comes to green. This green sanctuary is a Moss garden, Giyo-ji temple 祇王寺 in Japan.

koroit boulder opal with a variety of chocolate brown colors, textures and patterns of cream and bluish opal on ironstone, this one has a bit of sparkling blue and green fire, and some multicolor pinfire.

Koroit Boulder Opal, an Australian gem. This one has a variety of chocolate brown colors, textures and patterns of cream and bluish opal on ironstone. This one has a bit of sparkling blue and green fire, and some multicolor pinfire.

Tarsier under leaf

Tarsier under leaf. Each eye of the Tarsier is as large as its brain.Tarsiers are the only extant entirely carnivorous primates and considered vulnerable to extinction.

Ceropegia Haygarthii

Ceropegia haygarthii - From the plant family Apocynaceae, this unusual flower is…

Image of Medicago seed by Rob Kesseler

Image of Medicago seed, Rob Kesseler.

Sea Pen

Sea pens are colonial marine cnidarians belonging to the order Pennatulacea…

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