Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The sky shadow

THE SKY SHADOW

The blue poison dart frog or blue poison arrow frog, Dendrobates “azureus”, is a poison dart frog found in the
forests surrounded by the Sipaliwini savannah, which is located in southern Suriname and adjacent far northern Brazil.
D. “azureus” is a medium-sized frog that weighs about 8 grams and grows to 3.0-4.5 cm in length.
The frog has a typical lifespan of four to six years in the wild. Its bright blue skin, usually darker around its
limbs and stomach, serves as a warning to predators. Although poison dart frogs are known for their skin toxins; in captivity,
the frogs lose toxicity as a result of altered diets.

THE BLUEO POISON DART FROG


The blue poison dart frog or blue poison arrow frog, Dendrobates “azureus”, is a poison dart frog found in the
forests surrounded by the Sipaliwini savannah, which is located in southern Suriname and adjacent far northern Brazil.
D. “azureus” is a medium-sized frog that weighs about 8 grams and grows to 3.0-4.5 cm in length.
The frog has a typical lifespan of four to six years in the wild. Its bright blue skin, usually darker around its
limbs and stomach, serves as a warning to predators. Although poison dart frogs are known for their skin toxins; in captivity,
the frogs lose toxicity as a result of altered diets.

 

 

In this stunning aerial photograph by Kacper Kowalski, we see fall colors blazing out in concentric rings from a lake in eastern Pomerania, Poland. 
The region on the south shore of the Baltic Sea is largely covered with farmland—and vast swaths of forest.

 

SELJALANDSFOSS, ICELAND

Seljalandsfoss is located between Selfoss and Skogafoss on the Southern Ring Road (Iceland’s main highway) down to Vik. 
The picturesque waterfall plummets 60 m (200 ft) to a deep pool below.

 

 

THE FROST FOREST


We see frost on a window that looks like a miniature forest of evergreen trees. The image was taken from the user’s apartment in Montreal, Canada

 

The Space Selfie

 

White Christmas in Toronto

 

WINDSWEPT TREES

Photograph by Ben on Flickr Slope Point is the southernmost point of South Island, New Zealand.

Lying just east of the Waikawa and Haldane settlements, the land is primarily used for sheep farming. With no roads nearby, the area is only accessible by a 20-minute hike.

 

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