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Tattoo by - @sona_art #cactus

🌈☄️💥 T B T to this festive shoot 💥☄️🌈 _____________________ LOVE stepping out of the box for shoots like this ~ _____________________ COMMENT BELOW WITH LOOKS YOU WANT TO SEE ME DO SOON FOR YOU ALL!!!!!!! _____________________ I am currently looking to fill up my ideas, simple to bold, let's have some fun!!!! @rylee.j.photography and I are always up for fun shoots with people who love this type of vibe!!!! • • • Be on the look out for the #NationalMoonDay look I will be coming up with tomorrow !!!¡¡¡ #freelancemakeupartist #festival #festivallooks #boldlook #makeupmua #dallastxmakeupartist #DTX #DTXMUA #freelancemua #outofthebox #bright #colors #vibes #festivalvibes

******GUEST ARTIST @georgepatricktattooing is here with us until Saturday. Come get some sick black and grey work done while you can! For appointments call or stop by the shop 615-226-3009

Trumpet Creeper (Campsis radicans) is a native, climbing vine that produces orangey red, trumpet shaped flowers. These flowers are blooming all over the swamp and are quite pleasant to look at. The flowers act as a source of nectar for long tongued bees and hummingbirds- the bright color brings them in. You can predict what might utilize this flower by the shape of it. Whatever is getting that nectar out has to have a long skinny beak or tongue to get to it. If you look closely, you'll see there is a fire ant trying to get a snack from one of the flowers. These ants are an invasive species, and we aren't fans of them at all. #phinizyswamp #phinizy #phinizycenter #phinizyswampnaturepark #nature #flower #trumpetcreeper #pollinator #park #loveaugusta #visitaugusta #classicsouth #visitgeorgia #naturephotography #augustaga #iheartphinizy #green #seasons #beauty #orange #fireant #bright #wildlifefood

This glistening globular cluster, which is a gathering of hundreds of thousands of stars that are bound together by gravity, was first discovered in 1826 and described as a “pretty large, pretty bright” object. How would you describe it? Globular clusters are found around all large galaxies, but their origin and role in galaxy formation remain tantalizingly unclear. Astronomers recently discovered a black hole lurking at the heart of this globular cluster — its position was revealed by the strange movements of a star being quickly flung around a massive, invisible counterpart. This sparkling group of stars, seen by the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble), also has some strange properties that make it unique amongst the more than 150 globular clusters belonging to the Milky Way. It has an extremely fast velocity with respect to the Sun, and its orbit is retrograde, meaning that it moves speedily in the opposite direction to the galactic center. The unusual behavior of this cluster suggests that it may have extragalactic origins but at some point was captured by the Milky Way’s gravity. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Sarajedini et al #nasa #space #globular #cluster #stars #hundreds #thousands #large #bright #hubble #spothubble #telescope #science #universe #astronomy #glistening #gravity #pictureoftheday #beautiful