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asylum-art:

Limzy Wei: Flowergirls

artist on tumblr

Malaysian artist Lim Zhi Wei adorns her watercolors entitled “ Flowergirls” with real flowers, to a stunning effect.

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wolverxne:

Over the Rainbow | by: { Kyle Care }

wolverxne:

Over the Rainbow | by: { Kyle Care }

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wolverxne:

Siberian Tiger In Snow by: { David Ponton }

wolverxne:

Siberian Tiger In Snow by: { David Ponton }

(Source: WOLVERXNE, via wonderous-world)

“Taking time to sit back and watch and think about what you’ve seen is important. Traveling did a great deal to me. I found that when I travel and just sit in the corner and watch, a million ideas come to me.”

—   Lionel Richie

(Source: journeyandspace)

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canidcompendium:

Wolf Populations are Unfazed by Individual Breeder Deaths
by Brian Stallard
General wolf population numbers surprisingly appear unaffected by the occasional death of key breeders. Even while these deaths might mean the end of specific packs, researchers have found that recovering wolf populations somehow compensate for brief losses.
In a surprising number of classic Disney movies, the main characters appear to persevere even in the absence of parents long dead or simply not in the picture. This Bambi-eske phenomenon has surprisingly been seen for general wolf populations as well, in which the death of head mother and father wolves barely affect overall population numbers, despite the potential dissolution of a pack.
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canidcompendium:

Wolf Populations are Unfazed by Individual Breeder Deaths

by Brian Stallard

General wolf population numbers surprisingly appear unaffected by the occasional death of key breeders. Even while these deaths might mean the end of specific packs, researchers have found that recovering wolf populations somehow compensate for brief losses.

In a surprising number of classic Disney movies, the main characters appear to persevere even in the absence of parents long dead or simply not in the picture. This Bambi-eske phenomenon has surprisingly been seen for general wolf populations as well, in which the death of head mother and father wolves barely affect overall population numbers, despite the potential dissolution of a pack.

Read more

(via elegantwolves)

-vvaste:

open | taken by me

-vvaste:

open | taken by me

whitechapelwitch:

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thismarks-theend:

Landscapes, 2014 | by Justin Carrasquillo

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opticallyaroused:

Reign of Fire

opticallyaroused:

Reign of Fire

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big-catsss:

Africa_D100_032 by Katy Roth on Flickr.