astral-farts:

earthandanimals:


Eyes Water by Eric Esterle


THE PHOTOGRAPHY THO

astral-farts:

earthandanimals:

Eyes Water by 

THE PHOTOGRAPHY THO

(via jayalice)

neaq:

Today the Aquarium community joined the City of Boston for a moment of silence. A flotilla of boats—including a New England Aquarium Whale Watch vessel—then sounded their horns in rememberence of the tragedy at the Boston Marathon one year ago. Our hearts go out to the families affected by the bombings, and we look forward to cheering our team of runners—and all the runners—across the finish line next Monday.

neaq:

Today the Aquarium community joined the City of Boston for a moment of silence. A flotilla of boats—including a New England Aquarium Whale Watch vessel—then sounded their horns in rememberence of the tragedy at the Boston Marathon one year ago. 

Our hearts go out to the families affected by the bombings, and we look forward to cheering our team of runners—and all the runners—across the finish line next Monday.

montereybayaquarium:

Killer sponges! Sounds like creatures from a B-grade horror movie, doesn’t it? In fact, they thrive in the lightless depths of the deep sea. Learn more about the latest finds from our sister organization, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI).


oceanographic:

66/365 (by Yewbert The Omnipotent)
neaq:

Do you think the Aquarium scuba divers were excited to see this turquoise blue water when they arrived in the Bahamas?
See some pretty sweet underwater pictures from a recent expedition to the Bahamas.

neaq:

Do you think the Aquarium scuba divers were excited to see this turquoise blue water when they arrived in the Bahamas?

See some pretty sweet underwater pictures from a recent expedition to the Bahamas.

natureconservancy:

Looking up. (at Palmyra Atoll)

natureconservancy:

Looking up. (at Palmyra Atoll)

flowerfood:

grandpa ott’s morning glory on Flickr.
Ipomoea purpurea
brazenbvll:

Blondie : (Tony Beck) 
llbwwb:

(via 500px / Golden Eagle by Alan Hinchliffe)