Happy Flowers

The spring is finally here. With so many colors that fill our souls. The sun is smiling happy over the melting snow, flowers jump from hand to hand, a lot of joy, kisses and hugs. All these makes me so alive. Life has meaning. Maybe because it’s a new life. Every year, every week, every minute or second. Butterflies? Soon, very soon… 🙂

Butterfly made of Flowers

Source: Baguio flower festival

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Twigs – Alive!

“It is the still ecstasy of nature, wherein every spray, every blade of grass, every spire of reed, every intricacy of twig, is clad with radiance.” – William Sharp

A bunch of twigs and everything is ready for dead nature to come to life: animal and human-like sculptures, abstract hidings, fairy tales of the most spectacular mind creations. The sculptures last as long as it takes for things to fall apart…



Tree Hugger Project – by Agnieszka Gradzik & Viktor Szostalo

The Tree Hugger Project is an ongoing work of Environmental Art designed to help us rediscover our relationship with nature at a very personal and intimate level. Made from twigs, branches, sticks, wines and other natural materials, these playful sculptures remind us that we humans are still very much a part of our natural surroundings.”   Text and pictures source: treehuggerproject.com

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Beyond Beauty – Carnivorous Plants

When I was little, I saw a pretty scary movie with a carnivorous orchid. The strange plant was surrounding a house and eating people inside it… Creepy… this and The Birds were the movies that shocked me as a child… now, I’m afraid of birds… I can’t say if a carnivorous plant can scare me, because I only saw them in pictures… and they look wonderful. Another mystery of nature. 🙂

Don’t worry… these ones only eat bugs 😉 I think 😛 Most of them were found on Sarracenia.com.

Pinguicula Titan

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Fizzy Water



dekotoraA. austrian_power_plantC. angel_wingsD. appleB. weird_polo


A long time ago, I was adding some pictures of amazing water sculptures: splashes, colors, shadows…

But never wondered what happens when you drop everyday objects into fizzy water… Rings, watches, dvds and bubbles… As Carl calls them on Flickr his pictures are just the wonderful expression of fun with fizzy water and a macro lens. 😉

Pictures sent by Carl Reid ,  Copyright © Carl Reid

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