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Got myself a coloring book called The Secret Garden yesterday. I guess you could say it was love at first sight. 😍 #relaxing #art #coloring #creativity #design #colorful #floral #flower #garden #butterfly

Got myself a coloring book called The Secret Garden yesterday. I guess you could say it was love at first sight. 😍 #relaxing #art #coloring #creativity #design #colorful #floral #flower #garden #butterfly

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bohemianist:

The sky is nature’s canvas, and my goodness are the paintings beautiful

bohemianist:

The sky is nature’s canvas, and my goodness are the paintings beautiful

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cali4niabullets:

THIS IS SO WELL DONE IT SCARED ME

cali4niabullets:

THIS IS SO WELL DONE IT SCARED ME

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rhamphotheca:

The Crown Jelly (Cephea cephea)
Cephea cephea, sometimes called the Crown Jellyfish, (although this name is confusing as it is also used for other species) is a “true jellyfish” (Class Scyphozoa) in the small family Cephidae.  It is one of three species in its genus, all found in the Indo-Pacific and East Atlantic. 
Cephea cephea occassionaly drifts inshore but is mostly oceanic, broadly distributed in waters from the mid-Pacific through the Indo-Pacific to the Red Sea, and in the Atlantic off West Africa.  It is a large jellyfish, reaching 50-60 cm in diameter, with multiple wart-like projections on top of the central mound of its bell, which is surrounded by a moat…
(read more: Encyclopedia of Life)
Photo: Derek Keats via wikimedia commons

rhamphotheca:

The Crown Jelly (Cephea cephea)

Cephea cephea, sometimes called the Crown Jellyfish, (although this name is confusing as it is also used for other species) is a “true jellyfish” (Class Scyphozoa) in the small family Cephidae.  It is one of three species in its genus, all found in the Indo-Pacific and East Atlantic. 

Cephea cephea occassionaly drifts inshore but is mostly oceanic, broadly distributed in waters from the mid-Pacific through the Indo-Pacific to the Red Sea, and in the Atlantic off West Africa.  It is a large jellyfish, reaching 50-60 cm in diameter, with multiple wart-like projections on top of the central mound of its bell, which is surrounded by a moat…

(read more: Encyclopedia of Life)

Photo: Derek Keats via wikimedia commons

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quiettea:

ultimate master post of interior spaces

My room second to last photo!!

I can’t believe the caption is still intact in this! (Also that is your room????im so jealous!)

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artofoverwhelm:

Andreas Schimanski / www.schimanski.net/diary/

artofoverwhelm:

Andreas Schimanski / www.schimanski.net/diary/

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