Feast Your Eyes in These Breath-taking Botanical Wonders Share on “Botanical Erotica” Online Group

Spring time is one of the best to be enjoying the amazing views that nature has to offer. Everything is covered with the layers of green, and blossoms fill the landscapes with their amazing colors. Spring time it’s that time when nature gets reborn, while it starts gradually dying in autumn. During this lifespan of theirs, we get to enjoy their surreal beauty, but if you don’t get to enjoy that, or miss it during the cold days, there’s a place where you can feast your eyes.

A subreddit called Botanical Erotica, calls people to submit images of everything that has to do with nature, and they make sure to submit some of the best content. This group counts 221k members so far who contribute to this group with some awesome, breath-taking images of nature that they captured worldwide.

Below we have made a collection of some images that stunned us with their incredible beauty.

Scroll down below to check them out, and let us know in the comments which one is your favorite.

1. Oldest living tree east of the Mississippi


2. My azaleas after 2 years of love and coffee grinds


3. 150 year old Wisteria tree in Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan


4. The colors of Plumeria


5. Oh my, Oh my! Myosotis in pink. Something I’ll never forget!


6. Loving this mini dahlia right now


7. Some azalea


8. Dewey Pines (Drosophyllum Lusitanicum), a carnivorous plant


9. A 250-year-old Sargent juniper from Saitama City, Japan. The plant stands 28 inches tall.


10. Wisteria


11. Since you guys seem to like Osteospermum…. the African Daisy.


12. Iris Kirkwoodiae. This one was grown by oron peri who’s a bulb expert. It’s such a stunning form which I’ve never seen before so I had to post it.


13. A hybrid rose


14. Someone threw out this orchid in the dumpster. Rescued a real beauty.


15. Found a perfectly round camellia at a local greenhouse!


16. Entrance to a stone cottage adorned with flowers in Stockbridge, Edinburgh, Scotland.


17. Daisy carpet at Urashima Flower Park in Japan.


18. Longwood Gardens from 8/19 – they took good care of the place while it was closed for quarantine.


19. Botanical Garden in Charlotte


20. Added a lot color to the yard this year. Lots of annuals and Fuschias


Climate Change Signs: How Do We Know?

Our climate is changing around us faster than predicted. From more frequent and extreme storms to unprecedented heatwaves, we’re indeed feeling the impacts of human-caused global warming. The icebergs are melting, various locations are experiencing greater flooding, wildfires are happening more frequently, and so on.

Specifically, scientists have studied past climate changes to understand the factors that can cause the planet to warm or cool. The big ones are changes in solar energy, ocean circulation, volcanic activity as well as the number of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Thus, they have each played a role at times. However, human activities are not an exception since it is believed to be main contributors to such increases in average global temperatures

And although we’re all concerned about climate change when it looks like a problem for future generations, we still ask ourselves, ‘will climate change even affect me?’ No matter what we care about, climate change is already affecting our world today. While we still have time to limit the worst impact, we have collected 15 great reasons to start acting now.

These photos illustrate the state of the planet and our climate, as it has changed over the past decade. They reveal how much seriously we must consider the climate change issues!

#1 Climate change weakens forests


#2 Beach erosion


#3 Worsening drought


Study says the current California drought is the worst in 1,200 years. Warmer temperatures are worsening droughts.

#4 Dried forests


#5 Lonely lagoon


#6 Flooded villages


#7 Mass fish death


#8 Climate change means more floods


#9 Air pollution


#10 Disappearing ice cap


#11 Farmers feel the affects


#12 Wildfires


#13 Starving animals


#14 Melting snow

#15 Hurricanes


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