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Cosmos by naruo0720 on Flickr.

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    Cosmos by naruo0720 on Flickr.

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Mallow by hickamorehackamore on Flickr.

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    Mallow by hickamorehackamore on Flickr.

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followthewestwind:

Another Day Ends by Chrisnaton on Flickr.

We are all one child spinning through Mother Sky. ~ Native American Proverb ( Shawnee )

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    Another Day Ends by Chrisnaton on Flickr.

    We are all one child spinning through Mother Sky. ~ Native American Proverb ( Shawnee )

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    Like Father, Like Son
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  8. 27 July 2014

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(via 500px / jellyfish in orange by Casimir Picconi)

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  9. 27 July 2014

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Johann Friederich Wilhelm Herbst (1743-1807), a German churchman, naturalist, and superb artist, drew this illustration of the crab Cancer reticulatus for his book series Versuch einer Naturgeschichte der Krabben und Krebse… (Attempt at a natural history of crabs and crayfish…). In this three-volume work, Herbst illustrated and described crabs and crayfish. Thanks to their meticulous detail and coloring, the beautiful images endure as a useful scientific resource. 
See this and other illustrations from the Museum’s Rare Book Collection in Natural Histories: 400 Years of Scientific Illustration from the Museum’s Library.

    amnhnyc:

    Johann Friederich Wilhelm Herbst (1743-1807), a German churchman, naturalist, and superb artist, drew this illustration of the crab Cancer reticulatus for his book series Versuch einer Naturgeschichte der Krabben und Krebse… (Attempt at a natural history of crabs and crayfish…). In this three-volume work, Herbst illustrated and described crabs and crayfish. Thanks to their meticulous detail and coloring, the beautiful images endure as a useful scientific resource. 

    See this and other illustrations from the Museum’s Rare Book Collection in Natural Histories: 400 Years of Scientific Illustration from the Museum’s Library.

  10. Free spirits and wild flowers, 07/25/14