SUNSHINE
Michelle.
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chromadepthblog:

Paint Eruption by RHADS
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earthandanimals:


Red Panda by Michael Zhang
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mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.
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nationalaquarium:

Happy Sea Otter Awareness Week! 

Did you know? Sea otters have the densest fur of any mammal. While most marine mammals have a layer of blubber for warmth, sea otters rely on their thick fur for insulation—it can have up to one million hairs per square inch.
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ink-metal-art:

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doesab3artripinthewoods:

Forever reblog
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lori-rocks:

Slow Dancing  By Paul Bowman
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tulipnight:

Shapes of nature by Trichardsen on Flickr.
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crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
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Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
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Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
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Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
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Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
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Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
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Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
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Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
—
Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
—
Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
crossconnectmag:

Scott Scheidly was born in Ohio in the United States and currently lives in Florida. He has an art degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Scheidly’s work, with its realistic renditions of the surreal, often with pop culture references, is the very definition of “pop-surrealism”. He has also developed a strong following for his incredible paintings of skeletal art and botanics, as well as a delightful sense of humour via
Artist find at generic-art
                                          :-)
—
Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter
 
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thepsychmind:

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thelatvian:

Fernan Federici – Microscopic Photographs of Plants
These surreal images are microscopic photographs of various plants, taken by Dr. Fernan Federici. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge working in the area of Synthetic Biology. He started his career studying two years of Engineering at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina) and then moved to Chile to obtain an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology. Later he moved to England to do a PhD in Biological Sciences at Cambridge. Each of Federici’s photographs depicts the cellular life of a different form of flora, from rainforest specimen to coniferous forest inhabitants. The plants’ bright colors, hollow-looking cells and overall intensity make for some absolutely stunning photographs that are both visually arresting and thought-provoking. The vibrant and detailed photographs show just how intricate and beautiful nature really is.
thelatvian:

Fernan Federici – Microscopic Photographs of Plants
These surreal images are microscopic photographs of various plants, taken by Dr. Fernan Federici. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge working in the area of Synthetic Biology. He started his career studying two years of Engineering at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina) and then moved to Chile to obtain an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology. Later he moved to England to do a PhD in Biological Sciences at Cambridge. Each of Federici’s photographs depicts the cellular life of a different form of flora, from rainforest specimen to coniferous forest inhabitants. The plants’ bright colors, hollow-looking cells and overall intensity make for some absolutely stunning photographs that are both visually arresting and thought-provoking. The vibrant and detailed photographs show just how intricate and beautiful nature really is.
thelatvian:

Fernan Federici – Microscopic Photographs of Plants
These surreal images are microscopic photographs of various plants, taken by Dr. Fernan Federici. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge working in the area of Synthetic Biology. He started his career studying two years of Engineering at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina) and then moved to Chile to obtain an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology. Later he moved to England to do a PhD in Biological Sciences at Cambridge. Each of Federici’s photographs depicts the cellular life of a different form of flora, from rainforest specimen to coniferous forest inhabitants. The plants’ bright colors, hollow-looking cells and overall intensity make for some absolutely stunning photographs that are both visually arresting and thought-provoking. The vibrant and detailed photographs show just how intricate and beautiful nature really is.
thelatvian:

Fernan Federici – Microscopic Photographs of Plants
These surreal images are microscopic photographs of various plants, taken by Dr. Fernan Federici. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge working in the area of Synthetic Biology. He started his career studying two years of Engineering at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina) and then moved to Chile to obtain an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology. Later he moved to England to do a PhD in Biological Sciences at Cambridge. Each of Federici’s photographs depicts the cellular life of a different form of flora, from rainforest specimen to coniferous forest inhabitants. The plants’ bright colors, hollow-looking cells and overall intensity make for some absolutely stunning photographs that are both visually arresting and thought-provoking. The vibrant and detailed photographs show just how intricate and beautiful nature really is.
thelatvian:

Fernan Federici – Microscopic Photographs of Plants
These surreal images are microscopic photographs of various plants, taken by Dr. Fernan Federici. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge working in the area of Synthetic Biology. He started his career studying two years of Engineering at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina) and then moved to Chile to obtain an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology. Later he moved to England to do a PhD in Biological Sciences at Cambridge. Each of Federici’s photographs depicts the cellular life of a different form of flora, from rainforest specimen to coniferous forest inhabitants. The plants’ bright colors, hollow-looking cells and overall intensity make for some absolutely stunning photographs that are both visually arresting and thought-provoking. The vibrant and detailed photographs show just how intricate and beautiful nature really is.
thelatvian:

Fernan Federici – Microscopic Photographs of Plants
These surreal images are microscopic photographs of various plants, taken by Dr. Fernan Federici. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge working in the area of Synthetic Biology. He started his career studying two years of Engineering at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina) and then moved to Chile to obtain an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology. Later he moved to England to do a PhD in Biological Sciences at Cambridge. Each of Federici’s photographs depicts the cellular life of a different form of flora, from rainforest specimen to coniferous forest inhabitants. The plants’ bright colors, hollow-looking cells and overall intensity make for some absolutely stunning photographs that are both visually arresting and thought-provoking. The vibrant and detailed photographs show just how intricate and beautiful nature really is.
thelatvian:

Fernan Federici – Microscopic Photographs of Plants
These surreal images are microscopic photographs of various plants, taken by Dr. Fernan Federici. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge working in the area of Synthetic Biology. He started his career studying two years of Engineering at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina) and then moved to Chile to obtain an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology. Later he moved to England to do a PhD in Biological Sciences at Cambridge. Each of Federici’s photographs depicts the cellular life of a different form of flora, from rainforest specimen to coniferous forest inhabitants. The plants’ bright colors, hollow-looking cells and overall intensity make for some absolutely stunning photographs that are both visually arresting and thought-provoking. The vibrant and detailed photographs show just how intricate and beautiful nature really is.
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Kalos, Eidos, Scopeo
colored pencil on paper, 25.625 x 17.75 inches (65 x 45 cm).
by Marco Mazzoni