Monday, April 17, 2017

Potpourri [2]

An overview of recent images that would have ended up in my parallel blog Art's Potpourri (now stopped). Clicking the icons  in the left side of the table takes you to the picture on the site where I found it in a new window. The text includes a link to the site.

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Genetics. This funny image by French photographer René Maltête is well worth checking out. Many other examples in the link are great as well (Just for fun). First seen here.
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Chocolate geodes. Stunning to look at, and probably great to eat as well, these huge geodes made from chocolate by Alex Yeatts and Abby Lee Wilcox (Special Designs). First seen here.
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Thanks Donald! One of many photographs in the link that show animals who really don't give a f.... This duck pair is my favourite (Just for fun). First seen here.
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Edible cactuses. Indonesian baking artist Ivenoven creates a large selection of desserts that are shaped like cactuses. Beautiful stuff (Special Designs). First seen here.
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Why? Just why? I don't care for dogs dressed up, but the expression of this cocker spaniel - who looks a lot like our Jazz - is priceless (Just for Fun). First seen here.
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Aurora Australis. The Southern hemisphere equivalent of the northern lights is almost as spectacular as shown in a series of images in the link (Natural Beauty). First seen here.
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Ikeda's Rebirth. Manabu Ikeda‘s monumental Rebirth is a 13′ x 10′ pen and ink drawing that the artist worked on for 3.5 years, putting in 10 hours a day (Remarkable Art). First seen here.
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Fallen cherry blossoms. Japan is justly famous for its cherry blossoms, but this photograph is really special. Shot by a drone, it shows the petals having dropped into a lake (Natural Beauty). First seen here.

Copyright statement: image based on a photograph created by myself. Copyright Hennie Schaper.

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