Moebius
"Denman Lustre" piece by Gordon Hutchens
h4ilstorm:

Panoramica Glaciar Perito Moreno (by Mariano Sola)
libutron:

Rhopalaea crassa | ©Benjamin Naden   (Lembeh, Indonesia)
Rhopalaea crassa (Diazonidae), commonly known as Blue Club Tunicate, is an ascidian native to the Indian-West Pacific. It is a tropical, benthic organism, found attached to crevices or between coral branches, at depths ranging 6 - 260 m [1].
Animalia - Chordata - Tunicata - Ascidiacea - Aplousobranchia - Diazonidae - Rhopalaea - Rhopalaea crassa (Herdman, 1880) [2]
troublanteincertitude:

Speak for yourself
Chorégraphie : Sol León et Paul Lightfoot
Photo : Rahi Rezvani
wetreesinart:

Neil Welliver (Am. 1929-2005), Shadow, huile sur toile
thebiologistapprentice:

The iridescent fungus (Lamproderma ovoideum) is actually not really a fungus but a slime mold protist (Mycetozoa class) type, and has one of the most beautiful colors of nature. They are very small and are located in Europe, Japan and parts of Oceania. 
Photo: Alain Michaud
http://thebiologistapprentice.weebly.com/blog/hongo-iridiscente
lsptrip:

Image of the shadow of a single atom
earthandanimals:


Atlantic puffin by Marketa Myskova