In the first photograph, they are neatly ordered, in the second, their trails form intricate lines and patterns. Boston-based artist Daniel Ranalli uses snails to ‘paint’ and the result is an interesting collaboration. DR: This series is based on the drawings made by snails on the wet sand in the intertidal zone. They are part of an ongoing series of works involving collaboration between the snails and me. I choreograph the snails starting positions, and […]
Photographer Steve Axford spends a lot of time photographing mushrooms in New South West, Australia. Not your run-of-the-mill garden variety, but the funky, psychedelic ones with crazy colors and shapes. Many of them are very rare and may have never been seen before.“My photography has been my avenue into this world as it slows me down and allows me to look at things more closely. I try to combine the beauty I see with some […]
Corals and sponges live a secret life below the ocean’s surface; their motion so slow we cannot see it, but coral reefs are indeed teeming with life. Thanks to the time lapses made by Bioquest Studios we are now able to experience the awesome colours and movements of these underwater creatures we still know so little about.
Nature rarer uses Yellow Than another Hue. Saves she all of that for Sunsets Prodigal of Blue Spending Scarlet, like a Woman Yellow she affords Only scantly and selectly Like a Lover’s Words. Emily Dickinson Song for today: OK Go – Three Primary Colors
Pretty wild flowers near my house in Amsterdam today.
Sculpture garden Buitenplaats Wester-Amstel Song for today: Paris Combo – Living Room
Song for today: The xx – Sunset