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20 Charming Pictures of Ground Squirrels and Chipmunks

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Ground squirrels and chipmunks look so similar that they’re often confused with each other–or, at least, they’re both called chipmunks. You can tell the difference between the two mostly by their size (chipmunks are smaller) and by the markings on their heads: chipmunks have stripes across their faces, while ground squirrels have no stripes, only white circles around their eyes.

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18 Sweet Pictures of Pomegranates

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Although pomegranates can be complicated to eat, they’re worth getting just for their beautiful color and strange-looking seeds. They’re great fruits to photograph, whether you leave them whole or tear them apart, leaving splashes of bright juice all around. Just make sure you aren’t wearing a nice white shirt–pomegranate juice stains are notoriously difficult to remove.

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Blue – Fine Art Photography by Tomasz Wieja

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Tomasz Wieja was born in Poznan, Poland and studied photography in The Netherlands, at the Fotoacademie in Rotterdam. He uses photography as a way to express emotions and explore the human psyche. His series ‘Blue’, which was recently exhibited in Warsaw, examines the introspective aspect of human existence, either by placing lonely figures against a shade of blue or by focusing on blue scenery, such as the sky.

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25 Pictures of Frosty Flowers

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This time of year, most everyone in the Northern Hemisphere is anxiously awaiting spring. A week of warmth, the snow melts and green shoots and some flowers appear. But they’re too early. The temperature drops, it snows again, but some of those flowers remain, trapped in the ice or the snow, announcing that they will try again. You just have to be a little patient.

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