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Marco Guoli | TORMENTA DE VERANO, VALLES CALCHAQUIES, PROVINCIA DE SALTA, ARGENTINA

Marco Guoli | TORMENTA DE VERANO, VALLES CALCHAQUIES, PROVINCIA DE SALTA, ARGENTINA

Large flock of European starlings in flight at sunset- Don Tapscott's image for a collaborative age

Large flock of European starlings in flight at sunset Photographic .

Murmuration of Starlings - Kevin Palmer

murmuration over water

Islande

L'Islande vue du ciel

Aerial photographs of Iceland's volcanic rivers taken from a Cessna aircraft can look more like abstract paintings.

Laguna Quebrada del Agua - Provincia de Salta - ARGENTINA

Laguna Quebrada del Agua - Provincia de Salta - ARGENTINA

Gullies at the Edge of Hale Crater, Mars

Fresh Crater Near Sirenum Fossae Region of Mars

This image from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows gullies near the edge of Hale crater on southern Mars. The view covers an area about 1 kilometer mile) across and was taken on Aug.

Calilegua National Park (Parque Nacional Calilegua) | Ledesma | Jujuy | Argentina - Domingo Leiva

Selva Nublada en Jujuy (Parque Nacional Calilegua, Argentina) - I want to climb that tree and read a book. These fantasies of mine color me dorky.

Mt. Wheeler, Great Basin National Park, Nevada...#adventure, #travel, #adventuretravel, #ExtraHyperActive

Mt. Wheeler, Great Basin National Park, Nevada...#adventure, #travel, #adventuretravel, #ExtraHyperActive

PMRF aerial.jpg

PMRF aerial.jpg

http://www.gerhardfiegl.com/aktuellpics/einhornteufels/images/einhorn_01.jpg

http://www.gerhardfiegl.com/aktuellpics/einhornteufels/images/einhorn_01.jpg

mark dorf: axiom and simulation - part II

mark dorf: axiom and simulation part II

Axiom & Simulation by Mark Dorf - Axiom & Simulation is a series of photographs, by Mark Dorf, which examines the relationship between science and nature.

That Kind Of Woman

Photographs of Icelandic volcanoes by Marcel Musil. It’s very, very dangerous to lose contact with living nature - but does it float

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