Birdbath in motion

This reminds me of when a flock of young Starlings stop in my gardens and find the birdbaths. It isn't unusual at those times to have a group of 6 to 10 birds in each bath, the drops of water flying everywhere, glistening in the sunlight.

unreal!

Funny pictures about Awesome indoor tree. Oh, and cool pics about Awesome indoor tree. Also, Awesome indoor tree.

General Carrera Lake, shared by Argentina and Chile, is the deepest lake in South America.  Its waters are beautiful, "a glittering combination of emerald, turquoise, aquamarine and azure. . . . Along its banks, directly below the Andes, sheer marble cliffs present themselves to further astound the visitor.  Over the millennia they have been weathered and folded to create a stunning cathedral of marble."

Patagonia, South America, General Carrera Lake is shared by Argentina and Chile. But on the Chilean side of the beautiful emerald-green to turquoise-blue waters, there are breathtakingly beautiful marble caves carved into passageways and caverns

Ethereal meets surreal . . .

When art and architecture meet. Hundertwasser Apartment Bldg Vienna---What an awesome, color-loaded hodgepodge of a building!

Giant Crystal Cave: National Geographic

Cave of the Crystals or Giant Crystal Cave is a cave connected to the Naica Mine 300 metres ft) below the surface in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico. The main chamber contains giant selenite crystals (gypsum, some of the largest natural crystals ever found.

"Butterfly keeper Heather Prince holds one of a newly-emerged Atlas Moth (Attacus Atlas) a Chester Zoo. With a wingspan of 30cm it is the largest moth species in the world."  (Picture: Peter Byrne/PA)

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Big moth-er: Butterfly keeper Heather Prince holds one of Chester Zoo's newly emerged Atlas Moths, the largest moth species in the world. The Attacus Atlas Moth found in southeast Asia and Malay Archipelago

Located in the Island in the Sky district of the Canyonlands National Park ("Sacred Window" by Nagesh Mahadev, via 500px)

touch my soul Nagesh Mahadev Title: Sacred Window Utah Located in the "Island in the Sky" district of the Canyonlands National Park, False Kiva is a Class II archeological site

Star trails over the Australian Outback by photographer Lincoln Harrison

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Star trails over the Australian Outback by photographer Lincoln Harrison Photographer Lincoln Harrison spends hours with his camera in the Australian Outback to create these magnificent star trail.

Would love to know what/where this is!

My number one desired place of travel has ALWAYS been the Galapagos Islands. This is Blue Lagoon Galapagos Islands in Ecuador

From:  Clouds That Look Like Things (a new book from the Cloud Appreciation Society)

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Cloud waterfall, spotted by Captain Gianni Cerutti on final approach to runway 23 in Geneva, Switzerland Picture: Gianni Cerutti / BNPS

This is Carloway Broch, on the Island of Lewis in Scotland looking something like a broken tooth on the jaw of the island. It's a fortified home built during the Iron Age some 2,100 years ago. Much of the stone from the broch will have been used by locals over the centuries to build their cottages. Brochs, unique to Scotland, are dry-stone, twin-walled, round towers up to 30m across and 15m high. In 2004 a broch was built by the West of Scotland Dry Walling Association www.wsdswa.org.uk

This is Carloway Broch, on the Island of Lewis in Scotland looking something like a broken tooth on the jaw of the island. Its a fortified home built during the Iron Age some years ago. Much of the stone from the broch will have been used by locals

Petroglyphs:  Mesa Verde

"A Hopi petroglyph in Mesa Verde National Park. The boxy spiral shape near the center of the photo likely represents the sipapu, the place where the Hopi emerged from the earth in their creation story".

Little Petroglyph Canyon, hidden high in the Coso Mountains of Inyo County west of Death Valley.

Over petroglyphs can be seen at Little Petroglyph Canyon on the Naval Air Weapons Station in China Lake, Ca

The Fire Rainbow ~ Kuriositas  "To name it properly, a fire rainbow is a circumhorizontal arc. It is also known as a circumhorizon arc but whichever you chose, scientists (and aficionados) call it a CHA. It is given its name because it looks as if a rainbow has spontaneously combusted as it made its way across the sky."

The Fire Rainbow: Beautiful and Rare Circumhorizontal Arc ~ Kuriositas

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