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spectacularuniverse:

Meet the pollen-gilded bat (Phyllonycteris poeyi), really living up to its name. This species, from eastern Cuba, has specialised fur that grips onto pollen, creating a very handy moveable feast.

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nomanlegacy:

alexlekid:

Saint Peter’s Church - Vienna

Photo by myself

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noplacelikelondon:

Back Streets Of London.jpg (by jarr1520)

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Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia) by night.

"When the night comes, the starry sky reflects on its surface like in a mirror, and you have the feeling of being in space.

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graembow:

tapdancers:

Heligan Botanical Garden

I threw up on that once! that was a fun school trip

That has to be my favourite comment ever


 

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theparisreview:

“I do use the Moleskine ones now, just because they stay flat when you open them. Most notebooks want to close.” Pages from David Mitchell’s notebook.

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fohk:

‘lights edge’ is a series of images by american photographer kevin cooley, an opus of work that dedicates itself to revealing the 
awe of nature in a different light – quite literally. the breathtaking 
night views of the american snowy landscapes are illuminated 
by eerie distress signals, shooting through the sky highlighting the phenomenal unrefined beauty of the topography. 
the collection of photos is permeated with a sense of contemplation, wonder and fear – a true example of the potent magnificence 
of the natural world brought to attention in a unique, almost otherworldly way.

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