July 23: There was a rainbow touching down right in the harbor on Bainbridge Island, about 200 yards from where I’m sitting.

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startwithaseed:

tipdenticle:

startwithaseed:

Whst the hell is this? on Flickr.

Whst the hell is this?

Have you never seen a Froot Loops Tree? Where do you think the cereal comes from?

Ah….this one must be growing Apple Jacks.

libutron:

Night Blooming Cactus | ©National Museum Wales 

Cereus grandiflorus, from Plantae Selectae by G.D. Ehret, 1772.

Hand-colored engraving: 50cm x 34cm.

The composition of this study reflects Ehret’s talents as an accomplished designer and draughtsman. The result is both scientifically valuable with accurate dissections and aesthetically pleasing.

Currently this species is named Selenicereus grandiflorus (Caryophyllales - Cactaceae).

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indefenseofplants:

ovarytissue:

ichthyologist:

iridescentletters:

this is honestly one of my favorite pics because why? one tree is hugging the other tree. (this can probably be interpreted as a thousand things, but idk I just really love this pic.)

It’s slowly strangling it to death.

^^

Definitely strangling the other tree to death. 

Is that a giant liana?

pattycakesmcgovern:

Coprinus Plicatilis - Found in Melbourne

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