1. dendroica:

A massive slice of a glacier crashes into the sea, scaring a flock of seabirds. The huge slab of ice slipped from the Chenega Glacier into the ocean at Prince William Sound, Alaska, and was caught on camera by photographer Jon Cornforth. Picture: JON CORNFORTH / CATERS NEWS (via Pictures of the day: 13 December 2012 - Telegraph)

    dendroica:

    A massive slice of a glacier crashes into the sea, scaring a flock of seabirds. The huge slab of ice slipped from the Chenega Glacier into the ocean at Prince William Sound, Alaska, and was caught on camera by photographer Jon Cornforth. Picture: JON CORNFORTH / CATERS NEWS (via Pictures of the day: 13 December 2012 - Telegraph)

    (via silas216)

  2. dendroica:

Clownfish have a symbiotic relationship with anemones. This one in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia stays close to a Merten’s carpet sea anemone, where it was found by professional photographer Carl Chapman. “I like the bands of color through the image and how the fish is hiding in the anemone,” the Australian resident says. Chapman used a Canon PowerShot G12 in an underwater housing. (via Photo of the Week: Finding Nemo - National Wildlife Federation)

    dendroica:

    Clownfish have a symbiotic relationship with anemones. This one in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia stays close to a Merten’s carpet sea anemone, where it was found by professional photographer Carl Chapman. “I like the bands of color through the image and how the fish is hiding in the anemone,” the Australian resident says. Chapman used a Canon PowerShot G12 in an underwater housing. (via Photo of the Week: Finding Nemo - National Wildlife Federation)

  3. annaharo:

(by heather ~)
  4. wbsloan:

For You Blue 
  5. annaharo:

(by Cody Cobb)
  6. birdset by jimmay bones on Flickr.

    birdset by jimmay bones on Flickr.

  7. "you finally found your place" by jimmay bones on Flickr.
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  9. crookedindifference:

Jellyfish by Alexander Semenov

Melani Sub Rosa © by Rafael Martin