Are those violently destructive, like tornados? Or do they just float around?
Beautiful, really. Nature is more super than imaginary supernatural stuff.
The super-cell pic is awesome!
Tierazon Fractals by Jane In Color
at Fickr will blow your mind.
Tierazon 65, for example looks like the cover of a sci-fi novel about mind travel to other dimensions. Just add title.
Tierazon 46 could be called Interplanetary Germplasam.
Tierazon 45 reminds me of Dr Who's crack in the wall.
Tierazon 30 could be Every Decision Buds Another Universe
She has some surreal real bubble pictures too, which contain fractals.
Soap Film 51 seems to belong in the realm of Mandelbrot Sets, where selfsimilar bits bud off into new dimensions. It's real, but wow- isn't that too surreal to be real?
Oh, I wanna tuch nozez wif dat kitteh!
My Hairy Jerry likes to rub my face with his nose and forehead, but this morning he invented something new. I had fallen asleep with my glasses on, and I semi-woke up around 5AM to find him licking the lenses. I wasn't really awake, and I went right back to sleep. Woke up for real a couple of hours later with blurry vision; the lenses were completely covered with dried cat spit.
I wonder if he want's me to wash his face...cat style.
Lots of surreal landscapes from Cracked.com.
I like Tasmanian Tesselated Pavement best, but Eucalyptus deglupta is cool too.
Ruth, the way those tree's roots grew is really cool! I just showed it to my (adult) kids. Thanks for the pic!
A snow roller is a rare meteorological phenomenon in which large snowballs are formed naturally as chunks of snow are blown along the ground by wind, picking up material along the way, in much the same way that the large snowballs used in snowmen are made. Unlike snowballs made by people, snow rollers are typically cylindrical in shape, and are often hollow since the inner layers, which are the first layers to form, are weak and thin compared to the outer layers and can easily be blown away, leaving what looks like a doughnut or Swiss roll.