Late August: the daylight hours are waning but the garden is still toodling along and I’ve been swamped with a zillion projects. It has taken me nearly the entire month, but I’ve finally compiled my August list of fun and interesting links – I hope you enjoy them!
At this school in Gatineau, Quebec, a boulevard of dead ash trees were transformed into art, thanks to some very talented wood carvers. What a wonderful idea!
Vegetable portraiture. It’s a thing. A really beautiful thing. Check out the work of photographer Lynn Karlin here.
Photographer Steve Axford captures fantastic fungi – click here to see.
From fungi to lichen…incredible images!
Xavi Bou experiments with chronophotography to illustrate birds in flight – these are fascinating!
Alberta-based photographer Adrian Thysse took some amazing shots of calypso orchids back in May – see them in his post here.
How we store and preserve information is examined in this interesting article about the history and longevity of microfilm.
While we’re on the subject of preserving information, history buffs and anyone interested in the culinary arts will be absolutely floored by this valuable resource: here is the full text of over 3,000 vintage cookbooks and home economics manuals.
Enjoy the rest of your week – hope it’s amazing!
Thanks for all those great links Sheryl. I especially like the blue fungi and the veg portraits. And the images of birdflight really are amazing! Have a great week!
I’ll check out more of these links later–right now, I’m going to lose myself in those old cookbooks! WOW!
The cookbook link is really special – there is such an incredible variety of publications! It’s amazing!
heaven…I am a vintage cookbook collector. Thank you so much dear girl xoxoxoxox
I am so happy you love the cookbook link – I was thrilled to find it! 🙂
The vegetable portraitures were fabulous, loved the links you provided.
I love these links! The fungi and lichen are amazing!
Thanks for the links. This is fun.
Thank you so much to everyone who posted comments – I am delighted you are enjoying the links!
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