Plesiosaur vertebra, fossilized as opal.
oolasha:

diosadealma: Museum of crystals, Vienna (Austria)
130186:

Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2015
savenkonina:

Хотелось бы намного чаще быть в лесной чаще 
lifeof-ty:

The most beautiful 5 hour hike leading to a tea house in the mountains
2013-05-20
soltreis:

stop calling me an angelthose wings are not mine
130186:

Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2015
The Capsula Mundi concept, from designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel, uses an egg-shaped burial pod made from biodegradable starch plastic as the coffin, in which the body is placed in a fetal position and buried under the ground. A tree (or tree seed) is then planted over the top of the pod, which will use the nutrients from the decomposing body as fertilizer for its growth. Although the Capsula Mundi is still a design concept, not an actual option for those planning for their funerals (in part because of regulations about burials and cemeteries), the designers hope that in the future, this type of burial will be allowed and “memory parks” full of trees will be planted. Instead of cemeteries full of headstones, the trees would serve as living memorials to the deceased.