by Wendy Ann Rosen

Nature is one of the best sources for inspiration, whether it's a landscape, flora, animal or sea creature. The influence from Nature can translate into color schemes, graphic patterns, shapes and textures. Newest character in Pixar film? No, just a goofy-looking insect Romania amateur photographer captures photos of damselflies looking very cartoonish; some suggest this one looks like bug version of Marge Simpson LeRoy Zimmerman sent this panoramic image of an aurora near Fairbanks, Alaska on Dec. 7, 2013. Zimmerman took about 500 shots in half an hour. Mushrooms and Fungi Fungi comes in a variety of shapes, colors, and textures. They are fascinating not only in their appearance, but also in their toxins, and the creatures that are able to consume them. 20 Most Famous and Amazing Rock Formations Across the World This Hub is an endeavour to showcase 20 most incredible rocks attracting tourists in different parts of the world. Ocean Life National Geographic displays a variety of ocean life photo galleries. Tim Laman Wildlife Photojournalist Tim Laman is a National Geographic photographer and field biologist. His speciality is making expeditions to remote areas to document rare species and promote conservation.