Tag Archives: nature

The Orchid and the Rose

is a beautiful CG short animation directed by Mark Benard and Dennis Tal. Two seeds sprout side by side, an orchid and a rose, the beginning of a tragic love story. Samuel Tung worked as a character TD, in charge … Continue reading

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Blue lobster

How many times in your life did you see a blue lobster? According to the Gulf of Maine Institute, a blue lobster occurs once in every 3 to 4 million lobsters. This is the first time I saw one, so … Continue reading

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Humans!

I already knew that humans suck, but I found more proves of it: Humans!. It is a brilliant short animation directed by Three Legged Legs™, a Los Angeles based animation & directing collective. ( via Drawn!)

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Carnivorous Plant Photo Finder

Carnivorous Plant Photo Finder is directory with a huge list of those cute green creatures. The lists of links are divided by genera and some of the links on those lists are broken, but still being an excellent directory. Plantarara … Continue reading

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To Audrey Jr.

Galleria Carnivora: in homage of my new baby, Audrey Jr., a super cute Venus Flytrap. Galleria Carnivora is a museum dedicated to the fine art of carnivorous plant photography. There are so many beautiful species that made me wish to … Continue reading

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Nyokki Pets

Are Nyokki Pets for kids? Well, I don’t care, those little pet plants are very cute. They are hand made in Japan, from glazed ceramic and shaped like eggs. Filled with a growing media and rye grass seeds, these Nyokki … Continue reading

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2005 Was Hot

I didn’t like of the news: 2005 was the warmest year on record. It doesn’t sound good to me. “Recent warming coincides with rapid growth of human-made greenhouse gases,” says James Hansen, who led the study. And the warming seen … Continue reading

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Pine Lake Films

We are almost on the weekend and I thought that maybe some of you need would like to see nature images to relax. Pine Lake Films has beautiful videos of nature moments, animals and the weather. (via MetaFilter)

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Astronomy Pictures

Today, the Astronomy Picture of the Day is a high resolution image from the last Annular Solar Eclipse, happened on Monday (October 3). The author of that picture, Stefan Seip, takes amazing astronomy photos. If you can’t check all the … Continue reading

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Visions of Science 2005

Visions of Science 2005 is an attention-grabbing image that gives new insight into the world of science and the workings of nature. It may show something never seen before, it may explain a scientific phenomenon, it may illustrate scientific data … Continue reading

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