boombastique




whointhespaceami:

Döndüm döndüm durdum , ben sana döndüm durdum.
boombastique
Dietmar Voorwold, a German artist based in Scotland, creates beautiful and temporary works of natural land art by arranging rocks, leaves and other natural materials into simple but beautiful geometric shapes and patterns.
juleslewis:

First rock balance after arriving back in Cornwall — very happy with how the line of quartz in the rock merged with the horizon… purely by chance!

Balanced

Artist: Röyksopp & Robyn

whointhespaceami:

Let go of
How you knew me.
Let go of
What I used to be.

animated gif by Joseph Plateaus
brutalgeneration:

in  (by nomoli)

This is the real tree house
justbeingnamaste:

Relaxing Weekend ! :D

Chill out !
Mushrooms by Steve Axford
LA-based photographer and composer Felix Salazar recently captured some wonderful macro photos of several inhabitants in his salt water aquariums. The shocking variety of color makes the coral look like digital renderings, but Salazar assures me each is a unique photo selected from hundreds of attempts to get just the right shot as he experimented with focus and light. You can see many more on his website. (via my modern met)
Yum, yum, yum

#squirrel #hyde #park #London  #nature #natureshots  (hyde park’da)
Reflection
Forest Jump
Kille | Gocek