One of America’s Most Beautiful Snakes
Robert Horan of Georgia Department of Natural Resources found a late-season (12 - Nov.) four-foot Rainbow Snake (F. erytrogramma) recently. She was crossing a primitive road during daylight, and Robert posed her nicely here—-at the edge of an Altamaha River swamp. This non-venomous, primarily aquatic, wetland associated snake feeds on eels and aquatic salamanders.
Václav Tikal / Rozkvetlý čas, 1946
Variable Neon-slug (Nembrotha kubaryana), a nudibranch, at a Japanese shipwreck off the coast of Bali, Indonesia.
photo by Arne Kuilman
Platform: Okoze Kaiju King Gozera
Artist: Imiri Sakabashira
Manufacturer: Billiken Shokai
The magnificent fan-vaulted long gallery at Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, England, the home of Horace Walpole, c. 1784