Winners of the Estonian Nature Photo Contest 2014 — wildlife and animal portraits category

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ohscience:

This terrarium hasn’t been opened in 40 years! It is completely self-sufficient—the bacteria in the compost breaks down dead leaves to give the plants the carbon dioxide they need, and the moisture in the air condenses on the glass and returns to the soil to feed the plants’ roots.

ilovecharts:

The Planes In The Air

via Andy, from London.

i-love-aesthetics:

Cuffed Kitty

Poppy~ 

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photojojo:

We’re getting closer to our goal to fund 8 projects for kids’ photo education through Donor’s Choose.

We’re not asking for your $$$! Just send a message of thanks and we’ll throw in a buck.

Send a Thanks-O-Gram to Someone You Love (and help us get those kids some cameras)

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What if I told you 10 years from now your life would be exactly the same. Doubt you’d be happy. So why are you afraid of change?
Karen Salmansohn (via youlooklikesomethingblooming)

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photojojo:

Playing with your food is typically discouraged, but if you’re staging incredible photos like the ones above? We’ll give you a pass. 

Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida use everything from pastries to vegetables to create hilarious settings for miniature figurines. 

Figurines Enact Hilarious Scenes in Piles of Food

via Reddit

photojojo:

What happens when you bring together ballet and long exposure photography? 

A match made in heaven. In Esprit De CorpsJesús Chapa-Malacara brilliantly uses the technique to capture the movements of dancers.

When Ballet and Long Exposure Photography Meet

via 123 Inspiration