Break a sponge in half, and two grow. More than a colony, less vulnerable than a tissue-based creature. Tube Sponge (Aplysina fistularis).

Break a sponge in half, and two grow. More than a colony, less vulnerable than a tissue-based creature. Human societies could learn a lesson from the lowly sponge.

nature providing us with yet again a wonderful circular pattern with a perfect collection of colours

Why I love color

Nature's Artwork - multicoloured shells - natural pattern texture source for sea-inspired design;

Incredible Photographs of Fractals Found in the Natural World

Incredible Photographs of Fractals Found in the Natural World

A photo of an octopus tentacle curled to form a fractal. I like this as an example of Nature's splendid wonder and God's attention to detail and design.

Poppy skeleton // I loved this picture and I am definitely going to draw it with pencil or maybe even try make it with wire

woman-taken-by-the-wind: moonlightrainbow: iamnot-thereforeithink: sweetpeapath: aunatural Remains of the summer Poppy seed head. by practicalowl (via iyoupapa)

Blood Orange....a fragrance component of Pelle Vanilla candles by Aesthetic Content

a fragrance component of Pelle Vanilla candles by Aesthetic Content take ur own photo

These larger pebbles and rocks are so superb, the different colours are nice and they are all so smooth and some have different patterns of lines on them which are pretty!

I love stones, pebbles, & rocks. I set them all over my house. When my brother died suddenly in I found his furniture & windowsills were scattered with beautiful stones and.

rhamphotheca: Purple tube sponge (Aplysina lacunosa) (read more: Wikipedia)

Purple tube sponge (Aplysina lacunosa) They are multicellular organisms which have bodies full of pores and channels allowing water to circulate through them, consisting of jelly-like mesohyl.

by the sea

make foot wash with colorful rocks.I have a small collection of stones like this.

.tejemný a zároven krasný ocean

Coral reef - This level of variety in the environment benefits many coral reef animals, which, for example, may feed in the sea grass and use the reefs for protection or breeding - Wiki

This tube shaped sponge is very important to the marine ecosystem. It provides a habitat for organisms it form a symbiont relationship with. It is also asexual Agelas conifera- Phylum Porifera

This tube shaped sponge is very important to the marine ecosystem. It provides a habitat for organisms it form a symbiont relationship with. It is also asexual Agelas conifera- Phylum Porifera

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