Discussion in 'The Natural World' started by Toroid, Jul 19, 2016.
Philippine tube-nosed fruit bat
Turkey on a roof.
This owl full of hearts on its body.
recently i was looking into notable places on the 30th parallel. and this looks similar to the 'roof of the world' [tibet].. must ask you if this is correct? amazing picture. so powerful. as an artist, i love seeing the deep layers of foreground..middle..background. nature has no bounds.
By any chance are you sarah27 formerly of the Paracast board?
i am new to this site. very interesting there was a Sarah 27. but no hun, i am brand new to this page. last night my bf was on youtube.. something told him.. watch this.. "Hellier" series. cleared up questions i have had in my mind all my life yet opened up more questions. there is no coincidence in that.. and i live in the appalachia mtns.. actually returned to my grandmothers and great-grandmothers birthplace.. before i even knew they lived there. synchronicity should have been my middle name for real
Well, welcome to the board anyway!
Welcome to AE!
It does look similar, tis true too, nature has no bounds and is quite diverse...
1.. moss found a home in an old jar by the creek
2. liquid-like reflections on a broken blue glass, laying in the autumn leaves
3. a rare sight. this doe has 2 fawns. she began to feed as 2 other fawns came running to eat. i quickly captured this photo right before she kicked them away. her babies ran off the other 2 babies. 3 are seen suckling here.
4. full moon moments before an eclipse occured
Alberta - Canada
Meet 'Tanu', a Japanese raccoon dog.
Separate names with a comma.