That could very well be the setting to some post apocalyptic movie where life had gone extinct all over the planet...except for one place
Sort of like the boot plant in Wall-e
I would link the full picture, but I took this picture a couple years ago and since then I have thrown it out
Awesome, if this is oc could you link a picture of the full bottlecap
Even the waves seem to be to scale!
Now this is one of the best ones I've seen
The detail that is most convincing to me is the horizontal lines in the cliff side. Millions of years of age or just a different colored quarter inch of sand?
It's amazing to see how the same forces express themselves similar on both a large and a small scale.
Although these are only 8 inches tall, they're awesome in the traditional sense!
At first I thought it was an Shot of an the ocean and cliffside from the air.
This is a 40 image photo stack I did of a dead leaf. The little hole you see in the upper right is, what I assume to be an ant or some other bug biting it, as it was in an area with a lot of ants roaming around. I post more random photo (usually macro) experimentation on my IG @LucidDude if that's your thing.
Ah, very cool!
Looks like a moldy tortilla chip
This is great!
Thought I was in /sub/urbanhell at first. Great world
Made in China would be a good caption
This is art
This was taken in Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Michigan, by me. I had some fun with the perspective of this one—hope you guys like it!
It's great! :)
Do you know what kind of fungi? Or manage to take a spore print?
Not sure if the fungi unfortunately, and taking samples or damaging the area in any way was strictly off limits. You could try /sub/mycology!
Ever heard the conspiracy where people apparently believe that plateaus and mountains like that are actually petrified ancient tree trunks? Pretty nutty but interesting one, heard about it recently on Reddit.
I loved this level in Super Mario 64
Yeah I was just thinking that! I think it's associated with the Flat Earth people. I can see why people might have believed it before science proved them wrong.
Looks like a path of trees with leafless bushes opposite to them, leaving enough space for a trail that leads to a (frozen?) lake
This is what I subscribe for.
I can only see this now
-me, out loud.
Oooh this is a good one
People of this sub, take note.
this looks so real, i love it
The perfectly peaking mountain makes this just so good
Also the pennies are also
/sub/lostredditors would love this
So is some maniac going around jamming pennies into tree stumps?
Reminds me of Honey I Shrunk the Kids.
That and Bugs Life
That is our road. I suggest you take some rest and recover your strength, master dwarf.
Like you could hop from one to the next.