A Keel Billed Toucan opens it’s mouth and shows it’s feather-like tongue.
by Evan Animals
Be Careful by Mathilde Guillemot
Photo by Antoine Beyeler
Anything photographed with macro photography takes on a whole new level of beauty. Color, form, depth seen at a perspective only available when magnified. Size does not exist without the ability of comparison. Form must continue infinitely towards the smallest levels just as its inverse continues to the largest, without end in either direction.
Via reverse image search, looks like photographer is Sharon Johnstone