More ideas from Karen
This is amazing! Watch the video here: http://youtu.be/Zxa6P73Awcg #leopardseal #nationalgeographic

This is amazing! Watch the video here: http://youtu.be/Zxa6P73Awcg #leopardseal #nationalgeographic

We’ve already featured the incredible macro photography of Suren Manvelyan before, showcasing his series on human eyes. This time we check out Suren’s masterful collection of animal eye close-ups.

We’ve already featured the incredible macro photography of Suren Manvelyan before, showcasing his series on human eyes. This time we check out Suren’s masterful collection of animal eye close-ups.

the "must have" in this autumn - Image & Photo from Fungi & Lichens - Photography (29301833) | fotocommunity

the "must have" in this autumn - Image & Photo from Fungi & Lichens - Photography (29301833) | fotocommunity

Black Trumpets: we found these wild in northern NH and had a most memorable veggie dinner. Delish!

Black Trumpets: we found these wild in northern NH and had a most memorable veggie dinner. Delish!

Researchers at the University of Manchester have discovered millions of Aspergillus spores in our pillows, as well as a possible symbiotic relationship that is

Researchers at the University of Manchester have discovered millions of Aspergillus spores in our pillows, as well as a possible symbiotic relationship that is

Unicorn Mushroom - Entoloma quadratum Entoloma quadratum (Entolomataceae) is one of those mushrooms that attract attention immediately when found fresh. Although they are small (up to 14 cm high), the caps and stipes are bright salmon orange. These inedible mushrooms grow solitary to scattered on ground in broad-leaf forests, and can be found in Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. References: [1] - [2] - [3] Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: St.-Alban, Quebec, Canada (2011)

Unicorn Mushroom - Entoloma quadratum Entoloma quadratum (Entolomataceae) is one of those mushrooms that attract attention immediately when found fresh. Although they are small (up to 14 cm high), the caps and stipes are bright salmon orange. These inedible mushrooms grow solitary to scattered on ground in broad-leaf forests, and can be found in Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. References: [1] - [2] - [3] Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: St.-Alban, Quebec, Canada (2011)