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A murmuration of starlings.'murmuration of starlings' means a FLOCK of starlings! An amazing word, not used very much these days, and an AMAZING picture.if you look at the bottom group, it look like a bird shape:):):)

Ask the couple to stand very close to each other to catch intimate close-up portraits. Don’t be afraid to zoom in and crop real tight!

Posing Guide: 21 Sample Poses for Photographing Couples

Posing Guide: 21 Sample Poses to Get you Started with Photographing Couples- Great engagement photo shoot ideas

Didn't know wether to pin this in photography or funniies!!

Tourist vs. art graduate vs. Asian.

Dear Photograph,  This little girl is all grown up, and grandma is gone, but her garden still grows…  Patricia

What a beautiful, heart-warming photograph. It tugs at my heart-strings. The original pin read: "Dear Photograph, This little girl is all grown up, and grandma is gone, but her garden still grows… -Patricia"

I honestly read this as  "my snake don't want nun unless you have bunnies Chinese guy" and I just stared at it like "dafuq dis mean"

26 Hilarious Tumblr Posts That Will Make You Worry For The Future Of Mankind

Wait it's not supposed to be my Brazilian snake doesn't want Catholicism unless you've got albino rabbits Shan yu

"The perfect wave Teahupoo, tahitian island" by Brest Report Stéphane, via 500px.

drxgonfly: “The perfect wave Teahupoo, tahitian island (by Brest Report Stéphane) ”

So that's how you do it!?

How to draw an owl. How in draw an owl Draw some circles Draw the rest of the fucking owl. owl draw The Game

Mejores fotos marinas - Taringa!

Mejores fotos marinas



En #DMAX estamos espectantes ante la llegada de los #ReyesMagos.  ¿Qué os han traído a vosotros? #Nature #Wildlife #Animals

Coquerel's sifaka (Propithecus coquereli) at the Houston Zoo - Joel Sartore, Biodiversity Project

Swimming with The Manatees, Florida They are protected so hands off the Manatees.                                                                                                                                                      More

As manatees can’t survive in water below 60 degrees, they migrate to Kings Bay and the adjacent rivers every winter, which are an average 72 degrees all year round. Crystal River is 70 miles north of Tampa, the epicenter of manatee-watching.