like most nudibranchs this species has no official common name. they can be found in tropical Indo-Western Pacific oceans. they grow up to 50mm in length and their body is black but their external organs are edged in a almost neon green like color. they are poisonous and get their poison from the stinging cells of fallen Cnidarians.
it looks like a water dragon llama
Ontario, Canada-based photographer Matt Molloy recently created a gorgeous series of sky images by stacking multiple photos onto one. The individual photos are most often taken from the timelapses he shoots. The final photo has a stunning painterly effect, almost as if someone had taken a paintbrush to the sky and smeared its beautiful colors.
The world’s greatest essay, written by a 12-year-old who really, really hates plain doughnuts.
I AM CRYING
It’s just a BAGEL! A BAGEL!
Danxia refers to a “type of petrographic geomorphology” found in China. What that means is you get these mountains that look as though they were decorated with crayons by a five-year-old channelling Dalí.
Danxia landform, Zhangye, Gansu province, China - mixed sources: The colour is a result of millions of years of accumulated red sandstone and other sediments that have dried and oxidized.
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2012
Category: Earth and Space
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New Kaleidoscopic Paper Sculptures by Jen Stark
The paper sculptor, who was born in Miami but currently lives and works in Los Angeles, has recently opened her first solo exhibition in Los Angeles called To the Power Of. The exhibit features a variety of Stark’s new multilayered works that showcase the artist’s intricate incisions and carefully crafted paper art. Equipped with a stack of of construction paper, an X-Acto knife, and some glue, Stark has yet again created an amusement park for the eyes with both a wide color spectrum and repetitive visual sequences. The recurring geometric patterns in each piece reflect many elements of life, including the passage and intervallic rhythm of time.
To the Power Of is currently showing at Martha Otero Gallery through November 10, 2012.