The Fractal Teeth Of A Crab Eater Seal

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The Grand Canyon From Space

The Grand Canyon from space during winter solstice.

Photo credit: NASA 2015

Incredible IG – Featured Photo #5

Seeing a lot of nice female model photography coming across my feed on instagram lately. Expect to see more photos like this featured. Be sure to check out the photo credit. If viewing in the WordPress Reader or email sent from blog post notifications, you may need to click over to the post page to see the photo as it is embedded from Instagram.

Incredible IG – Featured Photo #4

Incredible IG – Featured Photo #3

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Rule #18: Limber up⁣ ⁣ Be prepared. Nothing will slow you down like a pulled muscle. Tell that to the limber pine living on the edge at Utah’s Bryce Canyon. Is it moving? The Limber pine (Pinus flexilis) is a very durable tree and grows near timberline, from 5,000 to 12,000 feet. This pine has a short, thick trunk with an irregular crown and can develop a stunted, zombie-like, twisted form, very low to the ground. The Limber Pine's branches are so limber that they can be bent double without breaking, a distinct advantage in withstanding severe winds and snow loads. Thus concludes today’s lesson on the Limber pine. Rule #32: Enjoy the Little Things – It’ll help you keep your sanity.⁣ ⁣ Image: Limber pine with exposed roots and rainbow in the background. Whew, there’s a lot going on in this photo. But look how pretty?!! NPS/Any Bilbeisi⁣ ⁣ #FindYourPark #nationalparkservice #brycecanyonnationalpark #utah #pine #treesofinstagram #thisweekoninstagram

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