elenamorelli:

{ as the day grows dim }

(via theres-blood-in-the-water)

Timestamp: 1411063554

definitelydope:

Green oasis in the middle of Iceland (by supersky77)

Timestamp: 1411037364

nubbsgalore:

the autumn rut in england’s richmond park, photographed by dan kitwood

Timestamp: 1411029837

steepravine:

Steep Ravine Forest And Water

Every time I hike on steep ravine trail I’m reminded why I chose that name for my tumblr!

(Marin, California - 4/2014)

Timestamp: 1411022324

foxmouth:

The Sky is Falling, 2014 | by Jörg Marx
Timestamp: 1411014795

wolverxne:

Great White Shark | by: { Morne Hardenberg }

Timestamp: 1410992209

archiemcphee:

Here we go again; our eyes are deceiving us. You think you’re looking at wood, but friends, this isn’t wood. North Carolina-based ceramic artist Eric Serritella just raised the bar for making things that look like other things. Eric lovingly creates astonishingly realistic clay teapots that look just like gnarled, weathered, and sometimes even scorched sections of trees.

The series, called Trompe L’oeil Teapots, raise an awareness about the environment while serving as beautiful one-of-a-kind vessels that can actually be used in the kitchen.

Each beautifully deceptive piece of Eric’s pottery is painstakingly hand-carved and painted. The results are so convincing that we half-expect to see chipmunks peeking out through the tops of the pots. Come to think of it, that would be pretty awesome.

Visit Eric Serritella’s website to view more of his beautiful clay creations.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

Timestamp: 1410977159

krkrandstuff:

Flowers along the ATT. Managed to get off my butt and take a walk today!

Timestamp: 1410950969