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Kaleidomicroscopic

You may call me Lisa or Lulu. I am a biochemistry major in the depths of the Southeastern US, and I plan on becoming an environmental/chemical engineer! I am a nature-spirit, a color-crazy cat, and a passionate environmentalist. I do hope you enjoy my random ramblings and inspirational tidbits...
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I do not fear death. I had been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it.
faerieforests:

Shaggy Pholiota Fungi by Dr Keith Wheeler
psychedelicinsects:

Metallic Green Weevil Eurhinus magnificus Gyllenha
This weevil is found in Florida, probably imported through plant trade. It feeds on host plants and are often metallic and vibrant, making them look like small psychedelic elephant bugs. Weevils are part of the Coleoptera family. They’re often found in foods including nuts and seeds, so careful when you’re opening your next bag of flour- there could be some weevils hiding out! (At least they make for a good source of protein)
Photo courtesy of Oscar Antonio Blanco
bijoux-et-mineraux:

Elbaite - Minas Gerais, Brazil
mistymorningme:

(by danysecrieru)
jeffybruce:

Things that make you say …WHOA!…………………….
sinninqly:

black and white blog


a bubble freezing at -10º F
vufus:

Source
THEME: 0rgasmic wh0res <3