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ENG: 'For shallow seas I won't betray my ocean'  Inspired by the 'Anathemas and meditations' of Konstantinos Tsatsos (July 1, 1899–October 8, 1987)

‘For shallow seas I won’t betray my ocean’ Inspired by the ‘Anathemas and meditations’ of Konstantinos Tsatsos (July

Be afraid not to try

Don't be afraid to fail. Be afraid not to try. Sometimes putting yourself out there is a scary thing, but fear only cripples us and could prevent us from growing or achieving something great!

Sheer beauty.  #pattern and textures #nature

What an beautiful picture. This photo is so pretty. There is just one failure in this whole picture. The one failure is that leaves are not transparent so you would not be able to see through the leaf.

The planets

This would make an awesome tattoo. [Terra Speciosus (Beautiful Earth) by Peter Westermann

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This is a pretty cool photograph that illustrates depth of field. The floor on the top appear to be darker than the lower level floors and the upper level floors also appear to be smaller. It is also a super creative photograph b/c it is a reflection of

"Amazing photo of Mount Ararat, Turkey". except, Mount Ararat has been dormant for at least years Millenium, B. This is a photo manipulation by Sako Tchilingirian. The ash cloud is from a Chilean volcano.

I love the colors!

Pebble Shore Lake/ Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park, Montana, United States. Definitely on my "bucket lyst". Check out "Awesomeness" for more amazing photos.

child-of-the-moon at Tumblr

ode-to-the-world: Earth par Travis Odgers.this is a picture of our galaxy the Milky Way Galaxy

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When autumn meets winter. The snow lightly kisses the leaves. I so miss the seasons. Especially autumn and winter.

belleatelier: Rain drops inspirationlane: (via Winter’s Treasures~ / Beautiful-Mother Nature’s Christmas tree.

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I think I need to visit Australia! Milky Way, Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia, photo by Lincoln Harrison.

Cobwebs are actually formed from abandoned spider webs! That's right, these home-abandoning spiders, mainly those of the species Theridiidae, build these sticky webs for catching prey (spiders also use their silk to make cocoons for their eggs).

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