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Happy Valentine’s Day! In honor of insects and the day of love, the Xerces Society is showcasing insect short films on their facebook page. I thought I’d share a few of the short films, especially with the oscars around the … Continue reading
Every September since 2009, my home town of Grand Rapids, Michigan holds Art Prize, a wonderful event that consists of hundreds of works of art displayed throughout the city, some are interactive, such as the finalist “Lights in the Night“, … Continue reading
My partner and I found these videos online last night by chance and now I can’t get enough of them! They are a very cute and entertaining way to show how, albeit more imaginative than scientific, insects and spiders might … Continue reading
The Life of flowers (Жизнь цветов) from VOROBYOFF PRODUCTION on Vimeo.
I bookmark and save unique studies that I think will be great for this blog and recently I noticed that I have a bunch on river revival, or restoration. Rivers, it seems, are something that people are drawn to, something … Continue reading
Too beautiful and wondrous to not post! Please listen to Louie and watch his film clip!