An Elegant Timelapse of an Oak from Acorn to Tree in 196 Days

 Photography Science #plants #timelapse #trees #video July 18, 2022 Christopher Jobson In this brief timelapse, a single acorn germinates from seed to sapling over a period of 196 days, transferred carefully from vessel to vessel as it sprouts. The simple yet wondrous clip is just one of many plant growing timelapse videos produced by Youtube channel Boxlapse (also on Instagram) where you’ll find a new clip almost every weekday. The clips include all manner of plants and fungi captured in interesting ways, including the growth of a mango tree…

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“One Mile” by Artist Ava Margueritte

A selection of images by neurodiverse multidisciplinary artist Ava Margueritte. Primarily focused on photo-based works, Margueritte explores concepts of transience and meaning-making in the ordinary, as well as the external factors and histories that impact us as individuals. “One Mile” is made up of intimate moments, portraits, self-portraits, still life, architecture, and landscapes photographed on medium format film. Margueritte describes the project as a visual poem — one that examines the dynamics between people, mortality, and time: “At the core of my series is my relationship with my sister, her…

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A Stunning Double Rainbow Frames a Lightning Bolt as It Strikes the Mountainous Virginia Horizon

 Photography #Jason Rinehart #lightning #rainbows #weather July 19, 2022 Grace Ebert Image © Jason Rinehart, shared with permission During what he thought would be a routine storm-chasing expedition in Virginia last week, photographer Jason Rinehart visited an overlook within the Blue Ridge Mountains. He was hoping to capture the ominous shelf cloud leading that night’s torrent but instead found himself witnessing an unusually lucky sight: as the rain broke during twilight, a double rainbow emerged over the horizon, an already stunning phenomenon made more serendipitous when it was punctured…

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“Newsstands” by Photographer Trevor Traynor

A vibrant collection featuring newsstands from around the world by photographer Trevor Traynor. Traynor began the series back in 2012 using an iPhone 4s and concluded in 2019 using the iPhone 11 Promax. The images span 20 cities globally from New York to Puenta Arenas, Cairo to Kamakura. Ten years in the making, Traynor released 100 1/1 NFTs and held a pop-up event at Hot Shot Muffler in L.A. with a physical Newsstand installation, surrounded by ten 43” digital screens that displayed the entire collection. See more from “Newsstands” below!…

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Wildly Expressive Masks by Karolina Romanowska Freeze Contradictory Emotions in Ceramic

 Art #ceramic #Karolina Romanowska #masks #sculpture July 19, 2022 Grace Ebert All images © Karolina Romanowska, shared with permission “Extremely resilient yet fragile” is how artist Karolina Romanowska describes the moody, anthropomorphic characters that comprise her series of sculptural works. Romanowska hand-builds a vast array of fantastical personas from clay, using a combination of slabs, coils, and molds to form flat tongues, individual teardrops, and horns with pointed tips. The contradictions inherent within the figures’ expressions are the conceptual counterpart to the ceramic material, she says, referring to both…

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