Saturday, 28 February 2015

Lake Powell

Spending two days at Lake Powell and enjoying the majestic beauty of blue water and red rock. The Horseshoe Bend invites TBS to do some of their usual trickery. No doubt, this is one of the most remarkable sceneries of our trip for sure. We love your nature videos better than the city ones. So many places nobody has ever been before. My goal is to get better with my Easy Star and build an RC platform to do river and stream proximity flying. This is really incredible work of art. Thanks TBS and Trappy for sharing and making this.

Lake Powell [TBS@USA 8/13] from Team BlackSheep on Vimeo.

Thursday, 26 February 2015

Stunning Twig Sculptures of Patrick Dougherty

The talented North Carolina-based artist Patrick Dougherty has earned an international reputation for weaving tree saplings into substantial, swirling forms that look like bird nests as high as 40 feet. His elegant sculptures are transitory, owning to the nature of the materials used, and break down after a year or two in the wild. Patrick has post-graduate in Hospital and Health Administration, and he started studying art history and sculpture at the University of North Carolina, where he started learning about basic techniques of building, and applying his carpentry abilities with his deep fondness of nature ongoing to experiment with tree saplings as construction material. Patrick Dougherty first artwork was his house. When he was collecting fallen branches, rocks and old timber, Dougherty built a villa where he still lives with his wife and son. By the way, his house is his only eternal work. So more than thirty years, he has built more than 230 of such works that have been seen worldwide from Scotland to Japan to Brussels, and all over the United States.

Friday, 20 February 2015

Meanwhile in a World Far, Far Away

This is really an incredibly short film created during the "Porgrave" shooting, the latest film by Sandro Bocci that will be released at the end of 2015. Meanwhile, you can view the world of marine animals like corals and starfish at high magnification and during long time span through the time-lapse. The music almost alien and disturbing has been joined to the images that stimulate mental associations to create a contrast, stimulate synesthesia and feelings do not necessarily harmonics and assonant. In fact this is an infinitesimal part of the perfect world in which we live and of which we should take better care. Well, a wonderful trip via a different perspective that’d encourage reflections on the consequences of actions on each scale of space & time. Let’s enjoy the vision.

...meanwhile... from Sandro Bocci on Vimeo.

Sunday, 15 February 2015

DIY Coffee Pot Terrarium

DIY Coffee Pot Terrarium actually inspired by an old lady who’s love plants and coffee. The idea is up-cycled by coffee pot into an air plant terrarium.  These beautiful air plants need minimal care making them a charismatic addition to any office desk or small indoor space needing a pop of greenery. You’ve a chance to gather your things in align to complete your project in well manner, i.e. White Sand, vibrant moss, river rocks, gemstones, and mini air plants. However cover what will be the floor of the terrarium with sand and colorful rocks, and arrange your plants add your moss, and gemstones around the outer perimeter. You can mist your plants regularly or dunk them in water once a week to keep them moist.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Micro Timelapse From Daniel Csobot

Daniel has done a great job, with awesome efforts put by him. Some of the shots really best you could ever see with excellent transition and growth is so smooth. Once you see the video, I’m sure many of them would try something like this. You’d love watching your garden change overnight but this is wondrous. God's nature is undeniably perfect. Wow, you’d be really admired the heart touched work of Daniel, what a brilliant video! How mysterious and fantastic life is! Truly awesome! Nothing makes me as happy as watching plants, and a chance to see them sprout, grow and bloom in such exquisite detail just blows my mind and makes my day! Without any doubt this is excellent efforts in bringing us such a joyous and unforgettable piece of film making.

Macro Timelapse from Daniel Csobot on Vimeo.