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Spring, Autumn, Summer&Winter.
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ichi-ro:

May. 17 , 2014 - Kyu-furukawa Garden , Tokyo , Japan.

Illuminated Red roses.

東京、北区。旧古河庭園、春バラと洋館のライトアップ。

赤い薔薇。

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freedomforwhales:

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BABIES

(Source: frozenplanet)

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sanwik:

My photography.

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floralls:

(by rosemary*)

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floralls:

musee rodin (by Susan Y. Zhang)

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astronomicalwonders:

Orion’s Rainbow of Infrared Light
"This new view of the Orion nebula highlights fledgling stars hidden in the gas and clouds. It shows infrared observations taken by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and the European Space Agency’s Herschel mission, in which NASA plays an important role.A star forms as a clump of this gas and dust collapses, creating a warm glob of material fed by an encircling disk. These dusty envelopes glow brightest at longer wavelengths, appearing as red dots in this image. In several hundred thousand years, some of the forming stars will accrete enough material to trigger nuclear fusion at their cores and then blaze into stardom.The nebula is found below the three belt stars in the famous constellation of Orion the Hunter, which appears at night in northern latitudes during fall and then throughout winter. At a distance of around 1,500 light-years away from Earth, the nebula cannot quite be seen with the naked eye. Binoculars or a small telescope, however, are all it takes to get a good look in visible light at this stellar factory.”
Credit: NASA/ESA/Spitzer

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floralls:

by ヤシマタクミ

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thegreatcatbog:

Xuxa en Dibbes -

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killer-cat:

by Lena Nielsen

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fluffy-kittens:

The Cats 01 by JR-Dept

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