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photos by nordin seruyan (previously featured) from his flower garden in seruyan, central borneo, indonesia

But For You Who Fear My Name
The Welcome Wagon

photos by craig eccles along the southern region of western australia

photos from eyes over africa by michael poliza (previously featured) taken above botswana’s okavango delta and namibia’s damaraland and soussusvlei.

Little Rain (For Clyde)
Tom Waits

cloud iridescence — caused as light diffracts through tiny ice crystals or water droplets of uniform size, usually in lenticular clouds — photographed by rolf kohl. (more cloud pics)

photos by klaus echle, a forest ranger in germany’s black forest who came to gain the trust of this young female red fox. but after six months, at the start of the mating season, she disappeared. “i still miss seeing her,” he said. 

Simple Pages
Weezer

photos in tlapacoyan, mexico by tim temple (on tumblr) (previously featured) of fellow kayakers erik boomer, tyler bradt, and galen volckhausen. (video) (more kayaking pics)

two lionesses and their cubs taking an early morning stroll in kenya’s masai mara. photos by david lazar

Willie
Cat Power

though usually hidden to the human eye, naturally occurring marine biofluorescence can be seen under certain wavelengths of light (like ultraviolet), which causes the cells of the organisms seen here to absorb the light — and some of the photon’s energy — and then emit back a now less energetic light that consequently has a longer wavelength and thus a different colour. 

photos by (click pic) daniel stoupin, alexander semenov, bent christensenlouise murray, and american museum of natural history (click pic for species)

frog, no! it’s a trap! photos by jonathan blair

Chicago (Calvin College 4/22/04)
Sufjan Stevens

you came to take us (all things go, all things go) to recreate us

above the clouds, at an altitude between 2,700 and 3,500 metres, with roberto bertero on mount rocciamelone in italy’s susa valley.  said roberto, “a night spent in silence in the mountains at high altitudes, under an infinite starry sky, certainly makes us realize how marvellous it is to be part of something infinitely greater than ourselves.”