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Trippy ice effect after a flood.

The terrain glitched

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"I wonder
whose arms would I run and fall into
if I were drunk
in a room with everyone
I have ever loved."

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"She puts her hands on either side of my face, and the room falls away. I have never gotten so lost in a kiss before.
And then, the space between us explodes. My heart keeps missing beats and my hands cannot bring her close enough to me. I taste her and realize I have been starving.
I have loved before, but it didn’t feel like this.
I have kissed before, but it didn’t burn me alive.
Maybe it lasts a minute, and maybe it’s an hour. All I know is that kiss, and how soft her skin is when it brushes against mine, and that even if I did not know it until now, I have been waiting for this person forever."

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Do you know the horrors that happened where you’re standing?

Life goes on, strange isn’t it?

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This is so chilling but fascinating

These were just too intriguing to not reblog

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Photo of the Day: Piping Plover

Michael Milicia snaps a juvenile, still in its awkward phase.

By Purbita Saha

From March to September each year, Michael Milicia scours the beaches of Massachusetts’ North Shore. He’s not casting fishing reels or hunting for gold; his goal is to document the threatened species that nest there—the most imperiled being the piping plover.

June and July bring about a bevy of down-covered chicks, like the one in Milicia’s heart-warming photo. The hatchling’s oversized legs strike an odd balance to its minute body. Eventually it’ll grow into its limbs, but it never loses that beguiling strut, the scampering footwork that helps it race across the shoreline while it chases after sea worms.

While Milicia loves observing baby plovers and their parents, he thinks of himself as a photographer rather than a birder. Back in 2005 he gave up software engineering to become a full-time artist. Since then he’s taken pictures of mostly birds, making an effort to gather knowledge about every new species he photographs.

This image was a Top 100 photo from the 2013 Audubon Magazine Photography Awards. To see all of the photos, click here

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Rare Redeye Flat or Ornate Dusk-flat - Chaetocneme denitza (Hesperidae - Pyrginae) - Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (source)

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