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awkwardsituationist:

photos of and by michael and taylor kittell from bolivia’s remote salar de uyuni salt flat. at over four thousand square miles, it’s the largest salt flat on the planet. and with a variation in surface elevation of less than a metre, it’s also amongst the flattest land on the planet. but during the raining season, when it becomes covered in a few centimetres of water, the salt flat is transformed into the largest mirror on the planet, creating this surreal dreamscape. 

(Source: awkwardsituationist, via callmeallicyn)


hello small feathered things i am a baby elephant it is nice to meet you may we shake noses?
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hello small feathered things i am a baby elephant it is nice to meet you may we shake noses?

(Source: sansgod, via zartlila)

Yellow-Crowned Night-Heron

We have a family of Yellow-Crowned Night-Herons living in the creek behind our office. My coworker first spotted the one that we believe is the male and dubbed him “Scott.” This one sitting still enough for pictures is “Scott’s wife” (the length of her crown feathers is much shorter); they have a nest just down the creek and there are at least two or three “little Scotts” exploring the area. 

Nature in the city: it’s a beautiful thing.

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