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Green Things And Other Delicacies of Mother Earth

nanoflowers seeded from nano-sized particles of metals that grow, or self assemble, in a natural process. Eye surgeons would implant these fractal devices within the eyes of blind patients, providing interface circuitry that would collect light captured by the retina and guide it with almost 100 percent efficiency to neurons for relay to the optic nerve to process vision.

Notice the three people in the photo, one at the base and two climbing... Named The President, it's 3500 years old and the third largest tree on earth.

The Moeraki Boulders are a big attraction, found on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s coast. The huge, gray, spherical stones formed in sediment on the sea floor 60 million years ago and were revealed by shoreline erosion.

Mushrooms and a butterfly living in the forest

~ ammonite pavement in Lyme Regis, Dorset, Great Britain - a World Heritage site

Sharp turns and wild nature have put the Atlantic Road at the top of the British newspaper The Guardian's list of the world's best road trips. Atlantic Ocean Road takes you over 8 brigdes from islet to islet out to the very point where the land ends and the ocean begins. It is a 8.3-kilometer (5.2 mi) long section of County Road 64 which runs through an archipelago in Eide and Averøy in Møre og Romsdal, Norway.

The determination of mother nature. There is no stopping her!

The world's tallest flower...Titan Arum...is getting ready to bloom! (Photo Credit: Louis M. Ricciardiello)

donkey tail succulents; Laguna garden - burro tail succulent

Bamboo Garden - Kyoto

Gorgeous shade container garden

Allium schubertii Circa 1896, 12", rose-purple clusters of florets varying in length from 1/2" to 8" for a spidery, fireworks-like appearance. Bulb size: 14 cm/up. May/June. 16". HZ: 5-8.

Hostas, Leslie Avon Miller

April 1975 “The company’s [Kennecott Copper] mineral bull’s-eye in the Oquirrh Mountains stretches two and a half miles wide and more than half a mile deep - the nation’s largest open-pit copper mine, and its most productive.” From article Utah’s Shining Oasis by Charles McCarry, photographs by James L. Amos

♥ bluebells . . .

Tuscany Land by Giacomo Pulcinelli