Honeybees can be managed in hives because in nature they congregate in tree cavities, but 70 percent of wild bees nest in the ground, often as solitary insects or as a congregation of loners: Think of an apartment building full of singles. Maybe as many as a third of bees evolved to feed off a given flower or flower family. The others are generalists and will devour whatever nectar and pollen is around. – Adrian Higgins
Manizales, Colombia. Escuche el canto y vea el mapa de distribución de ésta especie en Xeno Canto
Nazca Lines, Nazca, Peru
“Nazca colibri“. CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons
Edited by Roen Horn
Music Credits: Karen O – Whenever I Wake Up
BBC nature, Disney Nature
Saguaro Field, Tucson, Arizona
Moon Over Rocks, Monument Valley, Arizona
Melancholic Metadata, Oregon Coast
Climate Vortex Sutra (For Allen Ginsberg), Hana, Hawaii
View more of his work here: http://davidbenjaminsherry.com/
via Under Cover: Desert Voyages in Colored Hues (NYT Magazine)
EXOBIOTANICA -BOTANICAL SPACE FLIGHT
Place: Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA
Bonsai in Space
Flowers in Space
Plants on the earth rooted in the soil, under the command of gravity.
Roots, soil and gravity – by giving up the links to life, what kind of “beauty” shall be born?
Within the harsh “nature”, at an attitude of 30,000 meters and minus 50 degrees Celsius,
the plants evolve into EXBIOTA (extraterrestrial life).
A pine tree confronting the ridge line of the Earth.
A bouquet of flowers marching towards the sun hit by the intense wind.
Freed from everything, the plants shall head to the space.
View the project via AMKK + SIX
Slow it down for a while
We’ll be alright
Lyrics provided by enlightenedbeing1001
Fan made video…
Washed Out – Great Escape – YouTube.
Original footage by Ioda Media on Vimeo
Soundtrack by Washed Out