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Cristian Marianciuc Creates More Amazing Paper Cranes with Feathery Details

Since when paper artist Cristian Marianciuc achieved the ambitious objective to complete 1,000 origami cranes in 1,000 days (2015), his skills have improved day by day. These Marianciuc’s more recent cranes showcase his eye for detail, creative use of color, and imaginative approach to traditional origami. “I never … Continue reading

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Photographer Takes Stunning Photos of Himself Petting his Dog Wherever He Goes

Tired Of #FollowMeTo Instagram Pics? Freelance photographer Honza Řeháček combines his passions for adventures in to the wild, photography, and his four-year-old Czechoslovakian Wolfdog Sitka, to creates these series of amazing photos. Honza and Sitka have been travelling around the Czech Republic and … Continue reading

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Photographer Discovers A Family Of Mice Living In His Garden and Builds Them A Miniature Village

Wildlife photographer Simon Dell from Sheffield, United Kingdom, bumped into a family of mice running around his garden, so he seized the opportunity to capture some beautiful photographs of these tiny little creatures. Dell built the mice a miniature village, a … Continue reading

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Creatures of the Deep by Vladimir Stankovic

“If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water.” ~ Loren Eiseley These illustrations are inspired by mythical creatures and marine animals, created with watercolors, colored pencils on paper, scanned and processed in Photoshop. Vladimir Stankovic is a … Continue reading

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Music From The Fibonacci Sequence by David Macdonald (aSongScout)

The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers where each number is the sum of the two preceding ones. The sequence appears in many settings in mathematics and in other sciences. In particular, the shape of many naturally occurring biological organisms … Continue reading

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Arco Magno

Arco Magno is a famous beach located between the border north of San Nicola Arcella, Tyrrhenian Coast near Scalea in the province of Cosenza, Italy, and the area south of Praia a Mare. With its unique position in a rocky cove and … Continue reading

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Dreamlike and Surreal Creatures by Miranda Zimmerman (Faunwood)

Miranda Zimmerman a.k.a. Faunwood is a freelance artist who uses inspiration from transformations of nature and her background in science to create dreamlike and surreal creatures with multiple limbs, third eyes, and the ability to split into astral forms. Miranda graduated from California State University–Monterey Bay … Continue reading

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Jani Ylinampa Photographed a Finnish Island Across Different Seasons

Finnish landscape photographer Jani Ylinampa photographed Kotisaari Island across four seasons in order to show its year-round beauty. “The first time I took the photo of the island was in summer 2015 and I published it on my Instagram account in … Continue reading

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Enchanting Folkloristic Illustrations and Animations by Alexandra Dvornikova

These enchanting folkloristic illustrations and animations are by London-based artist Alexandra Dvornikova. Native of Saint Petersburg (Russia), Alexandra found inspiration from nature, wilderness, and folktale. Tumblr / Instagram /  Society6

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The Phenomenon “Crown Shyness”: Trees Do Not Touch Each Other

Crown shyness (also canopy disengagement or intercrown spacing) is a phenomenon observed in some tree species, in which the crowns of fully stocked trees do not touch each other, forming a canopy with channel-like gaps. The phenomenon is most prevalent among trees of the same species, but also … Continue reading

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