claudia bixler

likeafieldmouse:

Ashkan Honarvar - Children (2011)

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baohienngo:

baby moon and sunset feat. scanner dirt that looks like ☆☆☆☆☆

baohienngo:

baby moon and sunset feat. scanner dirt that looks like ☆☆☆☆☆

cheeduh:

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cheeduh:

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cosascool:

Anya Lsk

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photojojo:

UK-based photographer Philip Brittan has always been charmed by the millions of decaying leaves that fall into the River Frome in autumn.

Philip decided to submerge his camera into the river to capture the colorful debris in a painterly, abstract way. See the entire series below!

Autumn Leaves Captured as They’re Carried Away By a River

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Ren Hang.

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softwaring:

Iridescent Clouds in the Himalayas 

Oleg Bartunov

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RHS Chelsea Flower show, Rebecca Louise Law, 2013.

RHS Chelsea Flower show, Rebecca Louise Law, 2013.

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Cartography of the Moon’s visible side .
senyahearts:

Abbey Lee Kershaw, July 2014 
Photographed by: Cara Stricker

senyahearts:

Abbey Lee Kershaw, July 2014 

Photographed by: Cara Stricker

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steelbison:

Tiny watercolor of the pine surrounded pond I saw today. #watercolor

steelbison:

Tiny watercolor of the pine surrounded pond I saw today. #watercolor

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oldmosswoman:

Nature often seems chaotic so we called her a wild thing, now we understand that she has more possibilities, potentials and purposes than we ever imagined, so they call that Chaos theory instead of Her.

oldmosswoman:

Nature often seems chaotic so we called her a wild thing, now we understand that she has more possibilities, potentials and purposes than we ever imagined, so they call that Chaos theory instead of Her.