Through the Hares Maze
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Time and Sex, Beauty and Death.
O tempo e o sexo, a beleza e a morte.
El tiempo y el sexo, la belleza y la muerte.
Le temps et le sexe, la beauté et la mort.
Zeit und Sex, Schönheit und Tod.
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It's Not Beauty. It's Not Truth. It's Not Reality. It's Not Art.
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jaredthedead:

SHAO FAN
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sookie-m:

Kara Neko by Chris Vongsawat 
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danskjavlarna:

Here’s a cuttlefish from The Saturday Magazine, 1832.
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scandinaviancollectors:

Wiwen Nilsson (Swedish), a modernist monogram brooch BJ, silver, Lund 1948. Picture copyright by Scandinavian Collectors 2014.
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culturalcrosspollination:

San Bushmen cave art in  Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park
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bengiles:

— (by ben///giles)
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blootje:

* * * by -ge100-
500px: http://500px.com/photo/66517061
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jaredthedead:

Natalie Shau
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owhataq:

Ralf Vulis
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blootje:

Expectation by -felixm-
500px: http://500px.com/photo/54728600
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blootje:

Klik hier voor originele foto op Flickr:23032014-IMG_0546 (Link to the original Flickr Image) vanpierotoff
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blootje:

Klik hier voor originele foto op Flickr:04012014-DSC_2107 (Link to the original Flickr Image) vanpierotoff
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hollyhocksandtulips:

Richard Avedon, Harper’s Bazaar, 1958
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astronomy-to-zoology:

Rose-branch Murex (Chicoreus palmarosae)
…a species of muricid gastropod that occurs throughout the Indian and Pacific Ocean. Like other murexes C. palmarosae is a predator and will actively feed on other gastropods, bivalves and barnacles. They get through their prey’s hard shells by softening the shell with a secretion and then boring a hole with their radula.
Classification
Animalia-Mollusca-Gastropoda-Caenogastropoda-Hypsogastropoda-Neogastropoda-Muricoidea-Muricidae-Chicoreus-Triplex-C. palmarosae
Image: unkown
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astronomy-to-zoology:

Stove-pipe Sponge (Aplysina archeri)
…a species of Aplysinid tube sponge that occurs in the Atlantic and Caribbean, ranging from the Bahamas to Florida south to Bonaire. Like most sponges stove-pipe sponges are filter feeders, filtering the water around them for plankton and detritus as it passes by. The coloration of A. archeri is highly varied and individuals can range from brown to purple.
Classification
Animalia-Porifera-Demospongiae-Verongida-Aplysinidae-Aplysina-A. archeri
Image: Nick Hobgood