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bijoux-et-mineraux:

Neptunite - Gem Mine, San Benito County, California
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theartofanimation:

Anton Fadeev
theartofanimation:

Anton Fadeev
theartofanimation:

Anton Fadeev
theartofanimation:

Anton Fadeev
theartofanimation:

Anton Fadeev
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pond-dipping:

There were some really bright hawthorne trees against a grumpy grey sky this morning, and I’ve been meaning to start playing with my tablet again. This was the result.I’m really not confident with digital painting (EVERYTHING BLURRRRS) but I wanted to try colour mixing and palette making according to tutorials, and I’ve always fawned over Kite’s colour studies.I at least want to get the hang of preparing painting colour samples digitally to then work from in physical paint. Sort out tone and stuff. And there’s other fun things to try. =)Needs work, but it’s a start!
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70sscifiart:

From The Art of John Harris: Beyond the Horizon, available now.
70sscifiart:

From The Art of John Harris: Beyond the Horizon, available now.
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nudesartistic:

Model: Miss Mosh
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ted:

Each of these plants is over 2,000 years old. 
Rachel Sussman is on a quest to celebrate the resilience of life by identifying and photographing the world’s oldest continuous-living organisms. The plants you see above, from top to bottom:
1. Jomon Sugi, Japanese Cedar (2,180 to 7,000 years old, Yaku Shima, Japan)
2. Clonal Mojave Yucca (12,000+ years old, Mojave Desert, California)
3. La Llareta (3,000 years old, Atacama Desert, Chile) 
4. Pando, Clonal Quaking Aspen (80,000 years old, Fish Lake, Utah)
5. Welwitschia Mirabilis (2,000 years old, Namib Naukluft Desert, Namibia)
6. Sagole Baobab (2,000 years  old, Limpopo Province, South Africa)
7. Spruce Gran Picea (9,550 years old, Fulufjället, Sweden)
Watch her talk here »
ted:

Each of these plants is over 2,000 years old. 
Rachel Sussman is on a quest to celebrate the resilience of life by identifying and photographing the world’s oldest continuous-living organisms. The plants you see above, from top to bottom:
1. Jomon Sugi, Japanese Cedar (2,180 to 7,000 years old, Yaku Shima, Japan)
2. Clonal Mojave Yucca (12,000+ years old, Mojave Desert, California)
3. La Llareta (3,000 years old, Atacama Desert, Chile) 
4. Pando, Clonal Quaking Aspen (80,000 years old, Fish Lake, Utah)
5. Welwitschia Mirabilis (2,000 years old, Namib Naukluft Desert, Namibia)
6. Sagole Baobab (2,000 years  old, Limpopo Province, South Africa)
7. Spruce Gran Picea (9,550 years old, Fulufjället, Sweden)
Watch her talk here »
ted:

Each of these plants is over 2,000 years old. 
Rachel Sussman is on a quest to celebrate the resilience of life by identifying and photographing the world’s oldest continuous-living organisms. The plants you see above, from top to bottom:
1. Jomon Sugi, Japanese Cedar (2,180 to 7,000 years old, Yaku Shima, Japan)
2. Clonal Mojave Yucca (12,000+ years old, Mojave Desert, California)
3. La Llareta (3,000 years old, Atacama Desert, Chile) 
4. Pando, Clonal Quaking Aspen (80,000 years old, Fish Lake, Utah)
5. Welwitschia Mirabilis (2,000 years old, Namib Naukluft Desert, Namibia)
6. Sagole Baobab (2,000 years  old, Limpopo Province, South Africa)
7. Spruce Gran Picea (9,550 years old, Fulufjället, Sweden)
Watch her talk here »
ted:

Each of these plants is over 2,000 years old. 
Rachel Sussman is on a quest to celebrate the resilience of life by identifying and photographing the world’s oldest continuous-living organisms. The plants you see above, from top to bottom:
1. Jomon Sugi, Japanese Cedar (2,180 to 7,000 years old, Yaku Shima, Japan)
2. Clonal Mojave Yucca (12,000+ years old, Mojave Desert, California)
3. La Llareta (3,000 years old, Atacama Desert, Chile) 
4. Pando, Clonal Quaking Aspen (80,000 years old, Fish Lake, Utah)
5. Welwitschia Mirabilis (2,000 years old, Namib Naukluft Desert, Namibia)
6. Sagole Baobab (2,000 years  old, Limpopo Province, South Africa)
7. Spruce Gran Picea (9,550 years old, Fulufjället, Sweden)
Watch her talk here »
ted:

Each of these plants is over 2,000 years old. 
Rachel Sussman is on a quest to celebrate the resilience of life by identifying and photographing the world’s oldest continuous-living organisms. The plants you see above, from top to bottom:
1. Jomon Sugi, Japanese Cedar (2,180 to 7,000 years old, Yaku Shima, Japan)
2. Clonal Mojave Yucca (12,000+ years old, Mojave Desert, California)
3. La Llareta (3,000 years old, Atacama Desert, Chile) 
4. Pando, Clonal Quaking Aspen (80,000 years old, Fish Lake, Utah)
5. Welwitschia Mirabilis (2,000 years old, Namib Naukluft Desert, Namibia)
6. Sagole Baobab (2,000 years  old, Limpopo Province, South Africa)
7. Spruce Gran Picea (9,550 years old, Fulufjället, Sweden)
Watch her talk here »
ted:

Each of these plants is over 2,000 years old. 
Rachel Sussman is on a quest to celebrate the resilience of life by identifying and photographing the world’s oldest continuous-living organisms. The plants you see above, from top to bottom:
1. Jomon Sugi, Japanese Cedar (2,180 to 7,000 years old, Yaku Shima, Japan)
2. Clonal Mojave Yucca (12,000+ years old, Mojave Desert, California)
3. La Llareta (3,000 years old, Atacama Desert, Chile) 
4. Pando, Clonal Quaking Aspen (80,000 years old, Fish Lake, Utah)
5. Welwitschia Mirabilis (2,000 years old, Namib Naukluft Desert, Namibia)
6. Sagole Baobab (2,000 years  old, Limpopo Province, South Africa)
7. Spruce Gran Picea (9,550 years old, Fulufjället, Sweden)
Watch her talk here »
ted:

Each of these plants is over 2,000 years old. 
Rachel Sussman is on a quest to celebrate the resilience of life by identifying and photographing the world’s oldest continuous-living organisms. The plants you see above, from top to bottom:
1. Jomon Sugi, Japanese Cedar (2,180 to 7,000 years old, Yaku Shima, Japan)
2. Clonal Mojave Yucca (12,000+ years old, Mojave Desert, California)
3. La Llareta (3,000 years old, Atacama Desert, Chile) 
4. Pando, Clonal Quaking Aspen (80,000 years old, Fish Lake, Utah)
5. Welwitschia Mirabilis (2,000 years old, Namib Naukluft Desert, Namibia)
6. Sagole Baobab (2,000 years  old, Limpopo Province, South Africa)
7. Spruce Gran Picea (9,550 years old, Fulufjället, Sweden)
Watch her talk here »
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Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia by night"When the night comes, the starry sky reflects on its surface like in a mirror, and you have the feeling of being in space."

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia by night"When the night comes, the starry sky reflects on its surface like in a mirror, and you have the feeling of being in space."
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bijoux-et-mineraux:

Fluorite - Spain
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itscolossal:

Transfixing 3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours
itscolossal:

Transfixing 3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours
itscolossal:

Transfixing 3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours
itscolossal:

Transfixing 3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours
itscolossal:

Transfixing 3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours
itscolossal:

Transfixing 3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours
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fuckyeahmineralogy:

Smoky Quartz; Zinggenstocke, Bern, Switzerland