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asylum-art:

The Rose de Jéricho (Anastatica hierochuntica) is a species of desert moss that has the amazing ability to ‘resurrect’ itself after bouts of extreme dehydration lasting months or even years. After just a few hours of exposure to moisture the plants burst to life, uncurling from a tight ball of dry leaves to a green flower-like shape. Videographer Sean Steininger shot this timelapse of several plants as he exposed them to water.

Watch  the video:

A time lapse of a Rose of Jericho . After being exposed to water, the plant turns from a dried tumbleweed to a green fern over the course of several hour.


My children are not only my little darlings but off-shoots of myself. When I look at them, I have a strange feeling - as if I am watching myself re-living my life. What I want to show is their “living form”. -Hideaki Hamada

2012/12 “Haru and Mina/Hideaki Hamada’s Family Album”, Taiwan




midnightinparis:

stone bridge - germany

midnightinparis:

stone bridge - germany


rasarnava:

 Urushibara Yoshijiro / “Mokuchu” (1888-1953), Carnations in a Vase

rasarnava:

 Urushibara Yoshijiro / “Mokuchu” (1888-1953), Carnations in a Vase


joygabriel:

Solange Knowles

Ottawa, Canada - July 10, 2013

RBC Royal Bank Bluesfest

joygabriel:

Solange Knowles

Ottawa, Canada - July 10, 2013

RBC Royal Bank Bluesfest


latestfashioninspiration:

Fashion Inspiration



laurelobrien:

loops


frackoviak:

Wild Softness | Naomi Campbell by Michel ComteVogue Italia Alta Moda September 1993

frackoviak:

Wild Softness | Naomi Campbell by Michel Comte
Vogue Italia Alta Moda September 1993


serialthrill:

Editorial Illustration by Piotr Lesniak

serialthrill:

Editorial Illustration by Piotr Lesniak


floralls:

that which already glows (by manyfires)

floralls:

that which already glows (by manyfires)

miharuc:

slips and light by sh photo

model: miharu c.

may, 2014

miharuc:

slips and light by sh photo

model: miharu c.

may, 2014


tierradentro:

Detail from Bouguereau’s “Mimosa (The Mimosa Flower)”, 1899

tierradentro:

Detail from Bouguereau’s “Mimosa (The Mimosa Flower)”, 1899


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