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spanghew:

chagalov

Graciela Iturbide, Autorretrato en mi casa, México, 1974  [+]
What the eye sees is a synthesis of who you are and all you have learned. This is what I would call the language of photography.— Graciela Iturbide

spanghew:

chagalov

Graciela Iturbide, Autorretrato en mi casa, México, 1974  [+]

What the eye sees is a synthesis of who you are and all you have learned. This is what I would call the language of photography.
— Graciela Iturbide

allthingsfinnish:

… and the bees

   Ball of Queens
   Sara Bjarland
   sculpture  2011
   bumblebees, mixed media

(via witandmirth)

astronomy-to-zoology:

Holacanthella paucispinosa

…a uniquely large species of Neanurid springtail that is endemic to New Zealand. H. paucispinosa is fairly large as far as springtails go with individuals capable of growing to several millimeters long! Like other (smaller) springtails Holacanthella paucispinosa is a scavenger and forages for organic material in leaf litter and under logs.

Classification

Animalia-Arthropoda-Collembola-Poduromorpha-Neanuroidea-Neanuridae-Uchidanurinae-Holacanthella-H. paucispinosa

Images: © D’Haese, C  and Dwinter

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gayindustrialcomplex:

reblog if you are sorry ms. jackson and also are for real

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dendroica:

Hampson’s Salad Moth (Mittonia hampsoni)

Pretoriuskop rest camp, Kruger National Park, South Africa.

photo by Nick Dean1 on Flickr.

"salad moth"

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