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水滴の中に #ミジンコ に入ってもらって撮った写真です~。先ほどと違う照明方法ですが、こちらはこれでいいかなぁと思っています。

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水滴の中に #ミジンコ に入ってもらって撮った写真です~。先ほどと違う照明方法ですが、こちらはこれでいいかなぁと思っています。

Just Awesome Morning Dew #flowers,

Did you know that reflections of things on water droplets can be a visual treats for human eyes? If no, you should take a ride across this gallery of beautiful visions created out of various things…

Turtle going back into the sea

Leatherback Turtle returning to the sea at sunset! Leatherback turtle paddling down the beach with front flippers to the sea.

Sweets Waterdrops Pink

This picture crisply and elegantly captures the softness of the delicate water droplet this combined with gentle flower creates such a stunning picture which still manages to capture the beauty of macro photography.

The rewards of higher things sometimes may not be as you may expect, and may be hidden from the view of everybody else. --Belsebuub, Guest Waking Times

The rewards of higher things sometimes may not be as you may expect, and may be hidden from the view of everybody else. --Belsebuub, Guest Waking Times God is good, let us give thanks to him for the rain!

Melanie Griffith Grew Up With Lions http://avaxnews.net/wow/melanie_griffith_grew_up_with_lions.html

Melanie Griffith with the family pet lion, Neil ~ May 1971 (photo by Michael Rougier)

Three dewdrop refractions by Lord V, via Flickr  ::::: ❥

Natural light refraction from dewdrops, photograph by Lord V [Brian Valentine]. I am so intrigued by photographs of drew drops reflecting nature. Need to practice my photography more.

Lagarta-jóia (Acraga coa). Lagarta é o nome comum para as larvas dos membros da ordem Lepidoptera (os insetos que compreendem borboletas e mariposas).

This awesome creature (yes, this really is a living thing, not a piece of candy or glass) is a Jewel Caterpillar (Acraga coa) spotted by naturalist and photographer Gerardo Aizpuru near Cancun, Mexico.

Sleeping hummingbird "snores" in Peru. A female Amethyst-throated Sunangel (Heliangelus amethysticollis) sleeps in Peru.

A sleeping hummingbird snores as a machine measures how much oxygen the bird consumes. The exact type of hummingbird is a Amethyst-throated Sunangel (Heliangelus amethysticollis) which is found in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru.

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