cinoh:

graphandcompass: (via 12 Amazing Earth Scars (Pics) - News Doors)

cinoh:

graphandcompass: (via 12 Amazing Earth Scars (Pics) - News Doors)

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(Source: callumbal)

simply-divine-creation:

Colorado Road Trip » Mr. & Mrs. Globetrot

der-gorgonaut:
















windows // middle of 2014 // panasonic dmc-zs15 (by Georg Nickolaus)

der-gorgonaut:

windows // middle of 2014 // panasonic dmc-zs15 (by Georg Nickolaus)
germanpostwarmodern:

Town Hall (1968-74) in Mainz, Germany, by Arne Jacobsen & Otto Weitling

germanpostwarmodern:

Town Hall (1968-74) in Mainz, Germany, by Arne Jacobsen & Otto Weitling

fabforgottennobility:

Bolivia, “perfect storm”
shot by Stefano Serra (don’t remove credit)

fabforgottennobility:

Bolivia, “perfect storm”

shot by Stefano Serra (don’t remove credit)

tickettoheaven:

get your head in the game

tickettoheaven:

get your head in the game

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o-ali-help:

Esfahan, Iran

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

In the dark of the ocean, some animals have evolved to use bioluminescence as a defense. In the animation above, an ostracod, one of the tiny crustaceans seen flitting near the top of the tank, has just been swallowed by a cardinal fish. When threatened, the ostracod ejects two chemicals, luciferin and luciferase, which, when combined, emit light. Because the glow would draw undesirable attention to the cardinal fish, it spits out the ostracod and the glowing liquid and flees. Check out the full video clip over at BBC News. Other crustaceans, including several species of shrimp, also spit out bioluminescent fluids defensively. (Image credit: BBC, source video; via @amyleerobinson)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

In the dark of the ocean, some animals have evolved to use bioluminescence as a defense. In the animation above, an ostracod, one of the tiny crustaceans seen flitting near the top of the tank, has just been swallowed by a cardinal fish. When threatened, the ostracod ejects two chemicals, luciferin and luciferase, which, when combined, emit light. Because the glow would draw undesirable attention to the cardinal fish, it spits out the ostracod and the glowing liquid and flees. Check out the full video clip over at BBC News. Other crustaceans, including several species of shrimp, also spit out bioluminescent fluids defensively. (Image credit: BBC, source video; via @amyleerobinson)

gorgus:

© George Burba

gorgus:

© George Burba

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