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Tadpoles Swim

Tadpoles swim through a jungle of lily stalks in Cedar Lake on Vancouver Island, Canada.
Tadpoles swim through a jungle of lily stalks in Cedar Lake on Vancouver Island, Canada.
by : Eiko Jones / National Geographic

Amazing Wallpapers - Tadpoles swim through a jungle of lily stalks in Cedar Lake on Vancouver Island, Canada. Photograph by : Eiko Jones / National Geographic
WOW so many beautiful places on mother earth,it so sad people have to make it ugly.  That is actually planted by man. Look how perfect the rows are. Its just beautiful. as if one could credit the mason with the work of the architect. You didn't say you had tadpoles on Vancouver Island. Totally "Spacy" looking! Awesome! I wonder how many actually made it to frogs. Perfect place for scuba. these guys are the baine of my life. This is  actually .... a really neat picture. At first I didn't realize I was looking at an underwater photo . I mistook the tadpoles for birds . This is very cool. There are an infinite number of universes containing an infinite number of stars orbited by an infinite number of planets and yet our own tiny planet still offers us new views of hidden worlds every day. I'd love to swim through that.