Mandala: Nature

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Mandala and nature are one in the same - Luke McHale

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The homepage is dead, and the social web has won—even at the New York Times

Web traffic comes in sideways, not at the homepage.

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Have You Ever Seen a Swimming Feather Star?

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Splendid Fairywren (Malurus...

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Fossilized snail turned to opal

Fossilized snail turned to opal

SDNHM Plant Photos of Baja California

Fractals in nature.

Fractals in nature.

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travelgurus: Fairytale Forest Path at Chichester Sussex...

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"The Kondyor Massif is circular geological formation in Eastern Siberia, Russia, roughly 600 km west-to-southwest of Okhotsk, or some 570 km south-east of Yakutsk. From space it looks like an impact crater or the caldera of an extinct volcano, but Kondyor Massif is neither. It is what geologists refer to as an “intrusion”.

Kondyor Massif of Eastern Siberia

"The Kondyor Massif is circular geological formation in Eastern Siberia, Russia, roughly 600 km west-to-southwest of Okhotsk, or some 570 km south-east of Yakutsk. From space it looks like an impact crater or the caldera of an extinct volcano, but Kondyor Massif is neither. It is what geologists refer to as an “intrusion”.

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Dews by Djerry Bansaleng on 500px

Dews by Djerry Bansaleng on 500px