346 Commentswww.nasa.govScience & NaturePin ItOn Jan. 4 a large presence of stratocumulus clouds was the central focus of camera lenses which remained aimed at the clouds as the Expedition 34 crew members aboard the International Space Station flew above the northwestern Pacific Ocean about 460 miles east of northern Honshu, Japan.
35 Commentswww.sfgate.comScience & NaturePin ItCandelabra Redwoods ~ an 11 acre grove nea the Mendocino County, CA coast. i grew up in California & never knew about these amazing trees!
178 Commentswww.snopes.comScience & NaturePin ItA mother tiger lost her cubs due to premature labour. Shortly after, she became depressed and her health declined. She was later diagnosed with depression. Since tigers are endangered, every effort was made to secure her health. Zoologists wrapped piglets up in tiger-print cloth, and presented them to the mother tiger. She now loves these piglets and treats them like her own. And needless to mention, her health is back on track. ♥ Yes, they ALL have feelings....just like we do. And yes, their feelings ought to be respected. They shouldn’t have to suffer because of our ignorance and ego.
92 Commentsalbeitlife.posterous.comScience & NaturePin ItThis is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a skypunch. When people see these, they think it's the end of the world. Ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward, punching a hole in the cloud cover. Meteorology Weather Clouds
53 Commentswww.flickr.comScience & NaturePin ItThis form of eucalyptus tree grows in Maui rainforests where the bark peels back to reveal a gorgeous range of colors.
37 Commentswww.dailymail.co.ukScience & NaturePin ItThe deep blue Crystal Cave of Svmnafellsjvkull (CORR) in Iceland was created by the glacier from Vrffajvkull Volcano's icecap meeting the coastline. The deep blue color is due to centuries of compression removing air from the ice. via dailymail.co.uk Photo by Orvar Thorgeirsson Vatnajvkull Iceland Crystal _Cave_of_Svmnafellsjvkull Orvar_Thorgeirsson
102 Commentswww.dailymail.co.ukScience & NaturePin ItThe World's Tiniest Chameleon, Brookesia, micra, is just 3 cm long and was discovered on a small islet off of Madagascar. via dailymail.co.uk Chameleon Madagascar dailymail
0 Commentshealthy-snack-recipe.blogspot.comScience & NaturePin ItCajun Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo... This recipe is AMAZING
34 Commentskayciesantics.blogspot.comScience & NaturePin Itsomeone said: 30-day ab challenge. I just had to repin this because I've been doing it for only 4 days now (and at only 10 reps instead of 25) and already I'm seeing definition. And I've tried pretty much every Ab workout on pintrest and haven't seen these kind of results.
27 Commentsnews.discovery.comScience & NaturePin ItPoland's Mysterious Crooked Forest: In a tiny corner of western Poland a forest of about 400 pine trees grow with a 90 degree bend at the base of their trunks - all bent northward. Surrounded by a larger forest of straight growing pine trees this collection of curved trees, or "Crooked Forest," is a mystery.
28 Commentsweheartit.comScience & NaturePin Itbeautiful backless wedding dress.... simply gorgeous
34 Comments Science & NaturePin ItI think this might be the most beautiful butterfly ever... anyone know what it's called?