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March 01, 2006

Giant squid in a box

Las_vegas_rainbow Moonbows are very rare. The moon must be bright and not too high, the sky must be dark else the faint bow will not be visible and there must be rain in the direction opposite the moon. Many other Rainbows

Taylor F. Lockwood’s photos of funghi and Seppo Kytoharju’s Mushroom Space

Panorama of Glen Canyon National and many other Virtual Parks by Erik Goetze

Charles Darwin’s Crab collection. (From Incoming Signals)

I remember Eliot Porter’s “In Wildness Is the Preservation of the World” from my youth…

Resurrecting the American chestnut. (From Wickham Stone Park)

Flower Printer

In order to preserve the giant squid just discovered, the scientists needed build a glass tank, so they decided to draw upon the knowledge of artist Damien Hirst, famed for displaying preserved dead animals

Aidrian O'connor’s musings on sacred geometry in nature

I have to move in the next few days. This post have been pre-blogged for your enjoyment. Many More Unusual Mysteries of Nature Here

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Someone spent a lot of time snapping pictures in the Bellagio. ;)

Posted by: Chris at Mar 1, 2006 6:31:18 AM

I've only seen one moonbow. It was on a full-moon night in Mt. Rainier National Park by a waterfall. I couldn't see any colors.

Posted by: Mumblix Grumph at Mar 1, 2006 4:19:40 PM