Pink sand on Ellafonisi Beach, Crete, Greece. Pink sand is formed of tiny red organisms that grow on dead coral reefs and pieces of shells which fall to the ocean floor and are washed onto shore.
Photo credit: Jan-Erik Larsson
Here’s one of the many reasons why I grow cacti from the genus Eriosyce. ;) Delightful pink flowers. The body is an interesting reddish-brown colour as well. I’ve been making an effort to treat this plant meaner since it used to look comically bloated with the slightest amount of watering. It could possibly do with a little water, but I like the almost melting-chocolate look it has to it.
Eriosyce crispa v. huascensis (Huasco, Chile)
I’ve yet to grow these as I’m currently far too fascinated with Gymnocalycium and Echinopsis.
PERFECT FOR ADVENTURING
Reblogged before but I don’t care. I want these.
me too also same in addition to.
perfect for the end of the world!
hold on while i prepare for the zombie apocalypse
where can I buy this?
Making a home-grown rhubarb crumble to eat for dinner. Anyone who has a problem with having puddings as the main evening meal needs to re-evaluate their whole outlook on life.
Me almost a year ago. Life update: I ate red velvet cake for breakfast. Still as of the rails as ever!