1. This beautiful tree grows 40 types of fruit!
Via Ifuckinglovescience.
Syracuse University sculptor Sam Van Aken’s Tree of 40 Fruit.

    This beautiful tree grows 40 types of fruit!

    Via Ifuckinglovescience.

    Syracuse University sculptor Sam Van Aken’s Tree of 40 Fruit.

  2. “I spent uncounted hours sitting at the bow looking at the water and the sky, studying each wave, different from the last, seeing how it caught the light, the air, the wind; watching patterns, the sweep of it all, and letting it take me. The sea.”- Gary PaulsenCheck out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow.

    “I spent uncounted hours sitting at the bow looking at the water and the sky, studying each wave, different from the last, seeing how it caught the light, the air, the wind; watching patterns, the sweep of it all, and letting it take me. The sea.”

    Gary Paulsen

    Check out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow.

  3. These wire sculptures are magical!
Via Juxtapoz.
Wire Sculptures by Robin Wight.

    These wire sculptures are magical!

    Via Juxtapoz.

    Wire Sculptures by Robin Wight.

  4. Congratulations to our semi-finalists from our BN “Beautifully Chill” Photo Competition. Vote for your favorite! 
Photo via flickr​
“a true friend…“ by Vinoth Chandar.

    Congratulations to our semi-finalists from our BN “Beautifully Chill” Photo Competition. Vote for your favorite

    Photo via flickr

    “a true friend…“ by Vinoth Chandar.

  5. Elizabeth Gadd’s photography looks like something straight out of a dream.
Via ignant.
"Free Falling" by Elizabeth Gadd.

    Elizabeth Gadd’s photography looks like something straight out of a dream.

    Via ignant.

    "Free Falling" by Elizabeth Gadd.

  6. “It would be possible to describe everything scientifically, but it would make no sense; it would be without meaning, as if you described a Beethoven symphony as a variation of wave pressure.” - Albert EinsteinCheck out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow.

    “It would be possible to describe everything scientifically, but it would make no sense; it would be without meaning, as if you described a Beethoven symphony as a variation of wave pressure.” 

    Albert Einstein

    Check out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow.

  7. Reddit user minighost captured this amazing shot of a split sky. Via reddit,

    Reddit user minighost captured this amazing shot of a split sky. 

    Via reddit,

  8. Check out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow. 

    Check out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow

  9. Beautiful Rhino run.
Via 500px.
"Rhino Off All Fours" by Geoffrey Lam.

    Beautiful Rhino run.

    Via 500px.

    "Rhino Off All Fours" by Geoffrey Lam.

  10. This week’s BN Photo Competition theme is “Beautiful Waves.” Enter your photos here: http://bit.ly/WLE5iO
Photo Via pixabay: http://bit.ly/1AcHkzb 
Wave Water Sea Tsunami Giant Wave Risk Force. 

    This week’s BN Photo Competition theme is “Beautiful Waves.” Enter your photos here: http://bit.ly/WLE5iO

    Photo Via pixabay: http://bit.ly/1AcHkzb 

    Wave Water Sea Tsunami Giant Wave Risk Force. 

  11. These liquids look like living things under the high speed lens of Ronny Tertnes

Via Yahoo News.

When liquids collide – Photographer captures amazing images with high-speed photography.Liquid Sculptures by Ronny Tertnes. 

    These liquids look like living things under the high speed lens of Ronny Tertnes

    Via Yahoo News.

    When liquids collide – Photographer captures amazing images with high-speed photography.Liquid Sculptures by Ronny Tertnes. 

  12. Check out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow.

    Check out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow.

  13. As you go about your day today, wherever you are, just think: This kind of thing is happening right now!Via Our Beautiful World & Universe.At under 13 millimeters, Satomi’s pygmy seahorse is one of the world’s smallest seahorse. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Wong and Takako Uno, National Geographic.

    As you go about your day today, wherever you are, just think: This kind of thing is happening right now!

    Via Our Beautiful World & Universe.

    At under 13 millimeters, Satomi’s pygmy seahorse is one of the world’s smallest seahorse. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Wong and Takako Uno, National Geographic.

  14. “You and I are all as much continuous with the physical universe as a wave is continuous with the ocean.”
- Alan Watts
Check out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow.

    “You and I are all as much continuous with the physical universe as a wave is continuous with the ocean.”

    - Alan Watts

    Check out Beautiful Waves all week on BeautifulNow.

  15. Beautiful wave action…
Via Aquabumps.
Ape in the cave, Derek Rielly slotted deep.

    Beautiful wave action…

    Via Aquabumps.

    Ape in the cave, Derek Rielly slotted deep.

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