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“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

L〰Love the tone, and the suggestion of it, LOVE LOVE, looks so vintage, Surreal Landscape Photograph Rocks Trees by EyePoetryPhotography

Tree face in Crescent City CA

Tree Ents - posted in Trees: One of my favorite things to do is look for tree ents. Ents may mean different things to different people but to me they are trees with faces. How many faces do you see in this burl on a California redwood?

The spotted hyena, brown hyena and aardwolf are all species that can be found in Kruger National Park and the surrounding area. Striped hyenas, though, are native to North and East Africa. The hyena being vexed by the wild dogs in these amazing pictures is a spotted hyena. These creatures are also known as laughing hyenas because they make a crazy giggling sound after a kill to let other hyenas know that there is food available

No Laughing Matter – With Its Back Pinned Up Against The Wall And No Way Out, This Hyena Did The Unthinkable

Here, high-ranking hyenas get first bite at an African Cape buffalo. The lower-ranking hyenas in the outer circle must wait.

one cave, three bridges - Imgur Baatara gorge waterfall, located on the Lebanon Mountain Trail, Tannourine, Lebanon http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baatara_gorge_waterfall

The Baatara gorge waterfall.The Baatara gorge waterfall (Balaa gorge waterfall) is a waterfall in the Tannourine, Lebanon. The waterfall drops 255 metres ft) into the Baatara Pothole, a cave of Jurassic limestone located on the Lebanon Mountain Trail.

Natural Rock Face, Alaska.|| #formation #nature #wilderness

Natural Rock Face, Alaska This unusual stone formation is located in the Wrangell-Petersburg Census Area, Alaska.

Taken below Larnachs Castle in Dunedin, New Zealand

"Cone in the Cloud" Taken below Larnachs Castle in Dunedin, Otago Peninsula, New Zealand. Disused farm buildings and hints of a volcanic past. (Photography by David Steer on