Pierre Cordier is perhaps known most for his chemigrams. This is a process where you paint photographic paper with nail varnish, wax, oil, etc. These chemicals then react with the paper to create extraordinary effects and paintings
They might be called the “rats of the sky,” but Charles Darwin certainly saw something in pigeons. It turns out the father of evolution saw in the birds an amazing variety of variation in color, shape and form.
The bobtail squid has a unique relationship with a bacteria, Vibrio fischeri. This bacteria helps the squid hide from predators at night. Photo by grnhrn - Creepy but all nature is beautiful in some way.