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northedelweiss:

Eyjafjallajökull, Iceland

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phototoartguy:

Photo by Isak Pretorius | Flickr - Photo Sharing! @flickr.com
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Photo by Isak Pretorius | Flickr - Photo Sharing! @flickr.com

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seraphica:

Just a few of the captivating Bonsai from the collection of the National Bonsai Foundation.

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Picture-Perfect Bonsai

Bonsai, meaning “to plant in a tray,” is a tradition that originated in China about 2,000 years ago and later traveled to Japan. To cultivate a bonsai, a horticulture artist starts with cutting, seedling or small specimen of a woody-stemmed tree or shrub and then trains the plant to grow in a certain way, by pruning leaves and wiring branches into a desired shape. The goal is to create a miniature tree that looks natural, despite the artist’s constant manipulations. - Continue reading at Smithsonian.com.

Photo: Courtesy of Jonathan Singer
Ed note: Singer’s Botanica Magnifica features beautifully photographed flowers and even earned a place in the National Museum of Natural History’s rare book room.

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Picture-Perfect Bonsai

Bonsai, meaning “to plant in a tray,” is a tradition that originated in China about 2,000 years ago and later traveled to Japan. To cultivate a bonsai, a horticulture artist starts with cutting, seedling or small specimen of a woody-stemmed tree or shrub and then trains the plant to grow in a certain way, by pruning leaves and wiring branches into a desired shape. The goal is to create a miniature tree that looks natural, despite the artist’s constant manipulations. - Continue reading at Smithsonian.com.

Photo: Courtesy of Jonathan Singer

Ed note: Singer’s Botanica Magnifica features beautifully photographed flowers and even earned a place in the National Museum of Natural History’s rare book room.

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artruby:

Photographs by Akos Major. 

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A pair of humpback Photo (3) photoline.ru @photoline.ru

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A pair of humpback Photo (3) photoline.ru @photoline.ru

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leastofthese:

Foliage covered green roof in Kirkjubøur, a photo from Faroe Islands. More

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Foliage covered green roof in Kirkjubøur, a photo from Faroe Islands. More

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funnywildlife:

Peekaboo!!
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Peekaboo!!

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gator by L Galloway2011 on Flickr.
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saveroman:

Although the archaeological discovery of Machu Picchu came nearly a hundred years ago, historians are still unsure of the function of this ancient Inca citadel.
The Inca had no system of writing and left no written records, and archaeologists have been left to piece together bits of evidence as to why Machu Picchu was built, what purpose it served, and why it was so quickly vacated.

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Although the archaeological discovery of Machu Picchu came nearly a hundred years ago, historians are still unsure of the function of this ancient Inca citadel.

The Inca had no system of writing and left no written records, and archaeologists have been left to piece together bits of evidence as to why Machu Picchu was built, what purpose it served, and why it was so quickly vacated.

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