This amazing butterfly is indigenous to a forest in the east of Papua New Guinea. Up close the colors have a metallic to brightened sheen across the wings which makes them stand out amongst any other butterfly.
The magpie surveys the land from his tree branch.
Thetis is a sea nymph, one of the 50 Nereids from Nereus. Her role varied in history as the mother to Achilles and her relationship with him to her worship as a sea goddess. This mosaic is quite large and lies across the floor of the Hatay Archaeology Museum.
The Chresis mosaic displays a woman presenting jewelry to a seated woman who holds a cornucopia, symbolizing where true wealth lies.
The rocks in Samandağ feature a variety colors from white to yellow and dark blue, cracked across in different shapes.
An inside look of the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone – CHAR
Landscapes abound and birds invade
The moon hangs above us and the ostrich stares. A buttery spreads and the trees stand tall.
More flowers here along with an artsy photo, stone walls (yes there’s two), Montreal, Sapanca and Heidelberg.