These spectacular photographs reveal the amazingly tiny details of the life of snails. Using a macro approach, Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko gets up close and personal to capture a variety of miniature landscapes as the little creatures go about their daily lives
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These spectacular photographs reveal the amazingly tiny details of the life of snails. Using a macro approach, Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko gets up close and personal to capture a variety of miniature landscapes as the little creatures go about their daily lives
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These spectacular photographs reveal the amazingly tiny details of the life of snails. Using a macro approach, Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko gets up close and personal to capture a variety of miniature landscapes as the little creatures go about their daily lives
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These spectacular photographs reveal the amazingly tiny details of the life of snails. Using a macro approach, Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko gets up close and personal to capture a variety of miniature landscapes as the little creatures go about their daily lives

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Beautiful Garden - time to eat
'Picking vegetables at the Eden Project': Photo by Franie Treetops. The Eden Project is located in Corwall, England.
The Eden Project (Cornish: Edenva) is a visitor attraction in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Inside the artificial biomes are plants that are collected from all around the world. The project is located in a reclaimed Kaolinite pit, located 2 km (1.2 mi) from the town of St Blazey and 5 kilometres (3 mi) from the larger town of St Austell, Cornwall.[2]
The complex is dominated by two huge enclosures consisting of adjoining domes that house thousands of plant species,[3] and each enclosure emulates a natural biome. The domes consist of hundreds of hexagonal and pentagonal, inflated, plastic cells supported by steel frames. The first dome emulates a tropical environment, and the second a Mediterranean environment. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eden_Project
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☽✪☾ The Dance at Alder Cove - Youth/Father/Geezer  -  I see you
 

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Beautiful Garden - time to eat

'Picking vegetables at the Eden Project': Photo by Franie Treetops. The Eden Project is located in Corwall, England.

The Eden Project (Cornish: Edenva) is a visitor attraction in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Inside the artificial biomes are plants that are collected from all around the world. The project is located in a reclaimed Kaolinite pit, located 2 km (1.2 mi) from the town of St Blazey and 5 kilometres (3 mi) from the larger town of St Austell, Cornwall.[2]

The complex is dominated by two huge enclosures consisting of adjoining domes that house thousands of plant species,[3] and each enclosure emulates a natural biome. The domes consist of hundreds of hexagonal and pentagonal, inflated, plastic cells supported by steel frames. The first dome emulates a tropical environment, and the second a Mediterranean environment. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eden_Project

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Youth/Father/Geezer  I see you

 

The Bosco Verticale
All photos: Marco Garofalo for Boeri Studio
The world’s first vertical forest (trademark?) is rising in Milan. The Bosco Verticale, the project’s official title, will be completed later this year, marking a significant step in development of green architecture. The plan consists of two apartment towers festooned with a series of concrete decks, staggered and offset from each other to give the structures their Jenga-like appearance. Once completed, nearly 2.5 acres of “forest” will have been planted in these balconies, helping to absorb dust—-a major problem in Milan—-and C02, while shading and cooling the residents within.
http://architizer.com/blog/green-architects-takes-big-leap-with-milans-vertical-forest/#.UPaNK4njmXQ
http://www.stefanoboeriarchitetti.net/en/news/il-bosco-verticale/
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The Bosco Verticale
All photos: Marco Garofalo for Boeri Studio
The world’s first vertical forest (trademark?) is rising in Milan. The Bosco Verticale, the project’s official title, will be completed later this year, marking a significant step in development of green architecture. The plan consists of two apartment towers festooned with a series of concrete decks, staggered and offset from each other to give the structures their Jenga-like appearance. Once completed, nearly 2.5 acres of “forest” will have been planted in these balconies, helping to absorb dust—-a major problem in Milan—-and C02, while shading and cooling the residents within.
http://architizer.com/blog/green-architects-takes-big-leap-with-milans-vertical-forest/#.UPaNK4njmXQ
http://www.stefanoboeriarchitetti.net/en/news/il-bosco-verticale/
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The Bosco Verticale
All photos: Marco Garofalo for Boeri Studio
The world’s first vertical forest (trademark?) is rising in Milan. The Bosco Verticale, the project’s official title, will be completed later this year, marking a significant step in development of green architecture. The plan consists of two apartment towers festooned with a series of concrete decks, staggered and offset from each other to give the structures their Jenga-like appearance. Once completed, nearly 2.5 acres of “forest” will have been planted in these balconies, helping to absorb dust—-a major problem in Milan—-and C02, while shading and cooling the residents within.
http://architizer.com/blog/green-architects-takes-big-leap-with-milans-vertical-forest/#.UPaNK4njmXQ
http://www.stefanoboeriarchitetti.net/en/news/il-bosco-verticale/
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The Bosco Verticale
All photos: Marco Garofalo for Boeri Studio
The world’s first vertical forest (trademark?) is rising in Milan. The Bosco Verticale, the project’s official title, will be completed later this year, marking a significant step in development of green architecture. The plan consists of two apartment towers festooned with a series of concrete decks, staggered and offset from each other to give the structures their Jenga-like appearance. Once completed, nearly 2.5 acres of “forest” will have been planted in these balconies, helping to absorb dust—-a major problem in Milan—-and C02, while shading and cooling the residents within.
http://architizer.com/blog/green-architects-takes-big-leap-with-milans-vertical-forest/#.UPaNK4njmXQ
http://www.stefanoboeriarchitetti.net/en/news/il-bosco-verticale/
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The Bosco Verticale

All photos: Marco Garofalo for Boeri Studio

The world’s first vertical forest (trademark?) is rising in Milan. The Bosco Verticale, the project’s official title, will be completed later this year, marking a significant step in development of green architecture. The plan consists of two apartment towers festooned with a series of concrete decks, staggered and offset from each other to give the structures their Jenga-like appearance. Once completed, nearly 2.5 acres of “forest” will have been planted in these balconies, helping to absorb dust—-a major problem in Milan—-and C02, while shading and cooling the residents within.

http://architizer.com/blog/green-architects-takes-big-leap-with-milans-vertical-forest/#.UPaNK4njmXQ

http://www.stefanoboeriarchitetti.net/en/news/il-bosco-verticale/

The Galaxy Garden
Jon Lomberg’s Galaxy Garden. Photo by Heidy and Pierre Lesage© 2010/www.galaxygarden.net

The Galaxy Garden

Jon Lomberg’s Galaxy Garden. Photo by Heidy and Pierre Lesage© 2010/www.galaxygarden.net