These are several photos captured by photographer Christian Spencer starring a black and white Jacobin hummingbird flying in front of the sun and filtering the light through its wings, causing a prismatic effect. Per Christian while I briefly wish I was a hummingbird until I realize how much I hate my heart feeling like it's about to beat out my chest:
The photo captures the exact moment in which the sunlight penetrates the wings of a Black and white Jacobin hummingbird revealing a secret of nature that cannot be seen with our eyes. This photo contains no digital manipulation.
Beautiful, isn't it? You know sometimes Mother Nature really does let her inner beauty shine. *watches giant spider eat mouse* Enough is enough, it's time for an intervention.
Keep going for a couple more shots of the tiny, majestic beauty.
Thanks to lizzy, who agrees beauty is all around us, you just have to look away from all the people.
This is a short video from the Bwindi National Park in Uganda of an Augur Buzzard hovering in midair while searching for some small rodent and lizard...
Because the world isn't complete garbage yet, this is a beautiful video of hundreds of butterflies swarming in Ninh Binh, Vietnam, presumably because the person filming disturbed...
This is a shot from New Jersey based nature photographer John Entwistle in the aftermath of hurricane Florence of a rare quintuple rainbow. Obviously, its rainbow mom...
This is one of the hummingbird feeders made by Jeff Driscoll of Etsy shop Coppervine Feeders. This particular model costs around $14 and clips to the front...
Read More: animals
, i'm flying jack!
, invisible to the naked eye (and just like the rest of me my eyes are always naked)
, look at all the pretty colors!
, look at all your different colored hats
, mother nature
, well how about that!