1. One perceives all created things — solids, liquids, gases,… - but does it float
  2. Macro Reef Dwellers: A Retrospective « Felix Salazar
  3. pencilmeinstationery:

I am growing as an artist, and loving all the support I’ve been getting in the recent months. I realized early last year that I cannot give up on my dreams. I decided to do more of what makes me happy…
Not sure who designed this poster, but I love it.

    pencilmeinstationery:

    I am growing as an artist, and loving all the support I’ve been getting in the recent months. I realized early last year that I cannot give up on my dreams. I decided to do more of what makes me happy…

    Not sure who designed this poster, but I love it.

  4. expose-the-light:

    Underwater Corals by Felix Salazar

  5. ruineshumaines:

    Thomas Barbey

    (Previously blogged here and here)

  6. javiercarretefiatlux:

Early morning
by Ati Sun

    javiercarretefiatlux:

    Early morning

    by Ati Sun

    (via dendroica)

  7. Moscow, Russia-based photographer Andrew Osokin captures tiny, fragile snowflakes that exist in the harsh, cold winter.

    In his series of macro photographs, he reveals the flakes of snow that would normally go unnoticed, and get crushed up under our feet or into a snowman.

    The individual shots show the complex, mesmerizing geometry of snowflakes that are almost magically created—reflecting the tiny details in this large universe—before being melted away forever.

    [via Andrew Osokin]

    Beautiful Macro Shots Of Snowflakes
  8. thekhooll:

    Aeronautical

    Photographer Benedict Redgrove’s  hyper-real photographs from a collection of images with an aviation theme.

  9. showslow:

    Gravity Infringement by Eduardo Izq (On Tumblr)

Melani Sub Rosa © by Rafael Martin