Lemon cupcakes with lemon creamcheese frosting, so refreshing tangy sweetness, full of lemon scent from natural lemon zests~Recipe Links Below~
“Bighorn sheep have split hooves and rough hoof bottoms that provide a natural grip and help them move easily on rocky, rugged terrain. Here, a lamb demonstrates incredible agility on the east side of” Miller Butte in National Elk Refuge, Wyoming, USA. Photo credit: Ann Hough / USFWS [4096×2730][OS]
Taken in beautiful Molybdenite Park, Canadian Rockies Round the back of Lilooet and Garibaldi. My first post so any advice on better natural photography?
Abandoned Ontario Farm House Untouched by Vandals! I just Love Natural Decay! [5200 x 3463] [OC]
CZ 85B in its natural habitat [4032×3024]
This is what I call a proper natural pool. Slap Virje, Slovenia [OC][4482 × 3365]
Gellert Baths in Budapest. Built during WW1, natural hot springs flowing through an Art Nouveau building. [2000×1500][OC]
S&B was grouping exceptionally well today. The Bergara B-14 HMR 6.5 CM in its natural habitat.
Ammonites at the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
Natural History Museum, London, England [OC][5182×3454]
Incredible light rays coming through a natural arch on the Oregon coast [OC] [2160*2700]
Dracorex hogwartsia (OC) from Berlin Natural History Museum (Museum für Naturkunde)
Tithonia rotundifolia (Mexican sunflower) from the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville [4032 x 2268] [OC]
Red-orange sunflower that I think is Tithonia rotundifolia. From the Florida Museum of Natural History [4032 x 2268] [OC]
Cotylorhynchus romeri, an early Permian synapsid (mammal-like reptile), American Museum of Natural History [1110 x 932]
Bathroom with Natural Decor inside an Abandoned Ontario Sanitarium [5194 x 3457] [OC]
Jurassic crinoids at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History [1663 x 1112]
Smilodon skull (Pleistocene) from the American Museum of Natural History [1056×1238]
Dinaric mountain chain and the milky way from the Bosnian side. A natural boarder with Croatia and the region of Dalmatia. [OC] [2138×4000]
“Springing from Stone” [OC][800×640] J. Riley Stewart. The illusion of the trees being almost stone-like was caused by the low hanging sun. Just before sunset, natural materials can assume the strong colors of the sunlight, to a point that they appear as one.
Glyptodon – Pleistocene armoured mammal at the Museum of Natural History of Vienna [1512×1024]
Fish within a fish: Gillicus arcuatus inside Xiphactinus audax, Sternberg Museum of Natural History [2182×622]
Godzilla in its natural habitat [OC]
Slab of Devonian trilobites and starfish from Morocco, at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History [1516×1152]
Fossilized Jellyfish at the Sternberg Museum of Natural History at Fort Hays, Kansas [1,024 x 683]