Annemieke Kohnle

Annemieke Kohnle

Annemieke Kohnle
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White outdoor space

White outdoor space

These are condos in an exclusive resort called Board Cliff. You have to be able to climb to your condo in order to check in, but once there you have access to subterranean passageways within the cliff. The cliff is a rare geologic formation.

These are condos in an exclusive resort called Board Cliff. You have to be able to climb to your condo in order to check in, but once there you have access to subterranean passageways within the cliff. The cliff is a rare geologic formation.

Think I might take myself here for a graduation present! Storm Over the Okavango River Delta - Maun, North-West

Think I might take myself here for a graduation present! Storm Over the Okavango River Delta - Maun, North-West

♥ Wire

♥ Wire

Winter and Fall Meet Each Other: First Snow Fall in Minnesota Yesterday! - Imgur (absolutely stunning)

Winter and Fall Meet Each Other: First Snow Fall in Minnesota Yesterday! - Imgur (absolutely stunning)

Soft emotion in blurry form pours out of these feminine portraits by artist Mark Demsteader. The Manchester-based contemporary figurative artist is a self-taught master of the human form. His oil on canvas pieces feature pale figures set against a dark background.

Soft emotion in blurry form pours out of these feminine portraits by artist Mark Demsteader. The Manchester-based contemporary figurative artist is a self-taught master of the human form. His oil on canvas pieces feature pale figures set against a dark background.

Minor White: Untitled, Dark Canyon Lake, La Sal Mountains, Utah, 1967 (patterns/lines)

Minor White: Untitled, Dark Canyon Lake, La Sal Mountains, Utah, 1967 (patterns/lines)

Maldives

Maldives

Nature's patterns | lisadominguez | VSCO

Nature's patterns | lisadominguez | VSCO

Butterflies In The Amazon - This (along with so many innumerable reasons) is why the rain forests are so important.  We are destroying so much of our world that we could lose things like this in our lifetime.  That's too fast for the Earth to compensate.

Butterflies In The Amazon - This (along with so many innumerable reasons) is why the rain forests are so important. We are destroying so much of our world that we could lose things like this in our lifetime. That's too fast for the Earth to compensate.