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Friday, June 26, 2015

Amazing Photos for the Day!!


That’s not a branch! It’s a mammoth tusk
unearthed from the ground!

This giant cactus , Pachycereus weberi, is native to Mexico and southern Arizona .

This looks like a piece of art, but it’s a honeycomb.
Not Legoland: a housing complex in San Buenaventura , Mexico!
I have some more of these amazing photos, they’re a little difficult to post, but I’ll get some more up soon!! Hope all of you have a  great weekend! Enjoy!!

















14 comments:

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
........well...an artist's impression of a potential housing project; but a nice counterpoint in symmetry nonetheless! The others are a delight... YAM xx

TexWisGirl said...

i like the honeycomb followed by 'man's honeycomb.' :)

Lowell said...

I like the "non-Lego-land." :) Have a great Friday up in the cool, green northland!

Indrani said...

Amazing creations, particularly that of the honey bees.

George said...

These are definitely amazing photos. I never realized how beautiful honeycombs could be.

Mama Zen said...

That mammoth tusk is amazing!

John's Island said...

Hi Sylvia, Those photos are definitely amazing! Hard to say which one is most so! Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend!

Jo said...

Oh wow, I like the "Legoland" complex best! Have a great weekend, Sylvia. Greetings Jo

Jack said...

Some amazing images, Sylvia . . . enjoy the weekend.

Lois said...

They are pretty amazing Sylvia. Have a great weekend!

magiceye said...

Amazing for sure!!

Aimeecakes said...

That honeycomb is my favourite - so pretty!

Pietro and Cynthia said...

Thanks for sharing these amazing pictures, Sylvia!
Happy weekend!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I love it when you find and post these Sylvia, so cool. The housing estate was amazing!

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