S. Buehrer

A twenty-something biomedical Illusrator.
This blog is a collection of what I do, and what I like.
the-important-1:

Beautiful in life, even more so in death.
Took this picture last summer(2010) in Colorado. Right outside of a friends Cabin.

the-important-1:

Beautiful in life, even more so in death.

Took this picture last summer(2010) in Colorado. Right outside of a friends Cabin.

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I’ve been watching too much Twin Peaks and this app doesn’t have any decent fonts.

I’ve been watching too much Twin Peaks and this app doesn’t have any decent fonts.

pbsnature:

Newborn snow monkeys are full of energy and curiosity. (It’s a good thing mothers are patient!) Watch a clip from ‘Snow Monkeys,’ airing on Nature on PBS Wednesday, April 23: http://youtu.be/A4WzpZzb_jA

pbsnature:

Newborn snow monkeys are full of energy and curiosity. (It’s a good thing mothers are patient!) Watch a clip from ‘Snow Monkeys,’ airing on Nature on PBS Wednesday, April 23: http://youtu.be/A4WzpZzb_jA

amnhnyc:

A diorama in the Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs exhibition brings to life a scene from the Romualdo Formation from a time when pterosaurs ruled the skies and hunted for fish along an ancient coast.
    Curators created the scene based on fossils found at the Araripe Basin in Brazil. Many are beautifully preserved, immediately recognizable as the animals they once were. The fossils are also of particular geological interest because they date from a time—110 million years ago—when the continents weren’t in the same positions as they are today. South America was only starting to split off from Africa, and a north-south seaway may have run down through today’s Brazil, including through the Romualdo. 
Learn more about this prehistoric scene.

I’m sorry, I’m so excited by how they depcted water in this scene.

amnhnyc:

A diorama in the Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs exhibition brings to life a scene from the Romualdo Formation from a time when pterosaurs ruled the skies and hunted for fish along an ancient coast.

Curators created the scene based on fossils found at the Araripe Basin in Brazil. Many are beautifully preserved, immediately recognizable as the animals they once were. The fossils are also of particular geological interest because they date from a time—110 million years ago—when the continents weren’t in the same positions as they are today. South America was only starting to split off from Africa, and a north-south seaway may have run down through today’s Brazil, including through the Romualdo. 

Learn more about this prehistoric scene.

I’m sorry, I’m so excited by how they depcted water in this scene.

Positively bucolic

Positively bucolic

rhamphotheca:

Here’s another look at the female Sichuan Takin (Budorcas taxicolor tibetana) calf born at the Los Angeles Zoo on February 12th, 2014. 
Read about her at ZooBorns

rhamphotheca:

Here’s another look at the female Sichuan Takin (Budorcas taxicolor tibetana) calf born at the Los Angeles Zoo on February 12th, 2014.

Read about her at ZooBorns

awkwardsituationist:

hank perry photographs a mother grizzly bear and her triplets in alaska’s katmai national park. describing the shoot, he noted, “the tide was out, the sand was blowing, and the wind had some rain in it — not perfect for photography.”

"two hours elapsed as we waited and the cubs played, while their mom dug hundreds of clams up. after nursing the cubs while keeping a watchful eye on both us and her surroundings, but feeling comfortable with us, she bed them down for a nap, shielding them from the wind, rain, and flooding tide for a brief moment of rest."

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