Walking around the neighborhood of San Francisco, namely in the Outer Sunset area, photographer Kelsey McClellan is always surprised by the unusual form of foliage in the trees of neighboring yards . Carefully processed crown of some trees forms round and neat piles of thick foliage scattered throughout all branches. Others have a spiral shape, from which the plant seems like a huge green ice cream.
Each tree has an original and unique “haircut” and from this the area turns into a fabulous place , reminiscent of the works of the American children’s writer Dr. Seuss.
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Crown Shyness, The Phenomenon of Trees Avoid Touching each other. This phenomenon is called in English crown shyness or canopy disengagement. I have not been able to find a Dutch name for this, so I’m self-explanatory as a “shy tree trunk”. What the exact cause of this striking behavior of this, but scientists have been busy for a long time.
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Autumn has really started in the Netherlands and the artwork fits Never2501 perfectly. He made of dead branches and leaves a huge skeleton.
This artwork was named in Cammino per Trasformarsi Nell’istante Presente , which loosely translated means “the move to change the present”. The skeleton features the cycle of life and the changing seasons. After the exuberant flowering of spring and summer, nature pulls back in the fall. Leaves fall from the trees and branches break off. All this dead matter again breeding ground for all the new life that we see in the fall.
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American photographer James Rajotte went on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard Arctic to photograph Svalbard Global Seed Vault.
The first stone in the foundation of the project, designed to save the seeds from global catastrophes, laid Norwegian Prime Ministers of Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Iceland in 2006. Structure in settlement Longyearbyen is at a depth of 120 meters and can store 4.5 million crop varieties. Currently in Svalbard – more than 860,000 samples from almost every country in the world. Seeds are packaged in special three-layer foil bags and kept in cold storage at -18 C.
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Making the landscape after the construction of large public buildings is always in demand in the market among construction companies. The fact that a relatively young trees are transported by special machines known in my all, and how to move a large tree 35 meters high at the age of 75 years?
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Every true coffee lover, if not tried, then at least heard of the world-famous, Indonesian luwak coffee.
Which only epithets did not award the coffee producers and sellers, “the most prestigious in the world”, “elite”, “premium”, “gods drink”, the taste of his “extremely soft”, “caramel”, “with a delicate aroma of vanilla and chocolate “, and so on and so forth.
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In the pictures it is impossible to understand the size of the universe. This is best seen in an impressive video that clearly shows the aspect ratio of the various objects of the Milky Way and other galaxies.
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Los Angeles based photographer Gabriel Scanu . Sea, sand, sun, greenery and paths with a composite artist who drew the pictures upside down or aerial view. Real life is crowded with these miniature works and artists which gives a different dimension to the mobility of nature, we can say that look at the upside-down color harmony in nature. Especially in our house with a separate sea breeze adds spaciousness traveling photographers in Spain, England, is in trips of to many countries such as America and Australia.
Gab’s 30 working astonishing composite colors of nature that we have compiled for you. You have good days.
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The so – called “old Tjikko” is a spruce tree 9,500 years old and grows happily in Sweden. It was found by Professor Leif Kullman (who gave the name) in 2004 and the age of its root was determined through carbon dating 14.
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Zambian side of the Victoria Falls since the end of August until the beginning of January until the water level is so low that this period opens possibilities for tourists dip in the river basin bearing the name of part of the Devil.
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