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told by [ alexandra bolinder-gibsand ] a landscape element

homotography:

Röyksopp ft. Susanne Sundfør- Running to the Sea (Magnus & Timon remix)

groans:

lets be honest with ourselves when we say there is no vehicle more pleasant than this one
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groans:

lets be honest with ourselves when we say there is no vehicle more pleasant than this one

(via landscape-a-design)

archatlas:

Furniture Robby Cuthbert Design

"Every piece of furniture in this gallery represents an exploration of how tension and opposing forces can be used to create a stable system. With wood and steel cable as the primary materials, each work combines different shapes with different cabling patterns to arrive at a carefully balanced, sturdy state. Some of the designs in this is gallery have gone on to be mass-produced, while others were one-off experiments."

(via aashilwashere)

showshin:

Wildflowering L.A. is a native wildflower seed planting initiative throughout Los Angeles County beginning in October 2013 by artist Fritz Haeg. Wildflowering L.A. brings a wild and beautiful seasonal native landscape to open plots of land throughout Los Angeles County. 50 sites are selected from an open call based on public visibility and distribution across the county. Owners of selected sites are given free native wildflower seed mixes at workshops in partnership with The Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers & Native Plants. Soil preparation, seeding, and wildflower tending is demonstrated and one of four custom wildflower seed mixes is prescribed—Coastal, Flatlands, Hillside, and Roadside—inspired by Reyner Banham’s 1971 book Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies. Each of the participating sites is officially identified with a prominent carved wood sign. The project culminates with an exhibition in Los Angeles in spring 2014."Age-defying thirsty landscapes of clipped evergreen shrubbery and lawns cover this city that supposedly has no seasons, no sense of time, combined with a denial of death and aging. However, the story of the native wildflowers of Los Angeles is more complex, nuanced, localized, and ever-changing. Long-anticipated early winter rains germinate seeds that have been lying in wait, buried in dry soils from the low coasts to the high deserts, from the valley flats to the mountain slopes. Gradual growth with cool temperatures and low sun through winter months give way to an early spring explosion of bright green and rainbow color. The story of the seasons is told by the timing and extent of the bloom in direct proportion to the rainfall, temperatures, and climate. The plants turn a crisp golden brown as the dry summer months return, and the flowers prepare to broadcast their seeds for next year’s story."–Fritz Haeg View high resolution

showshin:

Wildflowering L.A. is a native wildflower seed planting initiative throughout Los Angeles County beginning in October 2013 by artist Fritz Haeg. 

Wildflowering L.A. brings a wild and beautiful seasonal native landscape to open plots of land throughout Los Angeles County. 50 sites are selected from an open call based on public visibility and distribution across the county. Owners of selected sites are given free native wildflower seed mixes at workshops in partnership with The Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers & Native Plants. Soil preparation, seeding, and wildflower tending is demonstrated and one of four custom wildflower seed mixes is prescribed—Coastal, Flatlands, Hillside, and Roadside—inspired by Reyner Banham’s 1971 book Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies. Each of the participating sites is officially identified with a prominent carved wood sign. The project culminates with an exhibition in Los Angeles in spring 2014.

"Age-defying thirsty landscapes of clipped evergreen shrubbery and lawns cover this city that supposedly has no seasons, no sense of time, combined with a denial of death and aging. However, the story of the native wildflowers of Los Angeles is more complex, nuanced, localized, and ever-changing. Long-anticipated early winter rains germinate seeds that have been lying in wait, buried in dry soils from the low coasts to the high deserts, from the valley flats to the mountain slopes. Gradual growth with cool temperatures and low sun through winter months give way to an early spring explosion of bright green and rainbow color. The story of the seasons is told by the timing and extent of the bloom in direct proportion to the rainfall, temperatures, and climate. The plants turn a crisp golden brown as the dry summer months return, and the flowers prepare to broadcast their seeds for next year’s story."
–Fritz Haeg

art-mosaic:

-  Marambaia’s Farm, project by Roberto Burle Marx

art-mosaic:

-  Marambaia’s Farm, project by Roberto Burle Marx

(via landscape-a-design)

Every queen needs a throne @meggssy View high resolution

Every queen needs a throne @meggssy

Later is nothing

dflopezcavero:

Later is nothing
Later is Now’s  death
Later is soon
Later is Soon’s death
Later is nothing

trump-coup:

This is Monardella macrantha ‘Marian Sampson.’ It’s a mat forming plant from the mint family that loves it hot & dry.
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trump-coup:

This is Monardella macrantha ‘Marian Sampson.’ It’s a mat forming plant from the mint family that loves it hot & dry.

(Source: inkandpenstemon, via carex)

Memphis #pork #roadtrip #southwestsweep View high resolution

Memphis #pork #roadtrip #southwestsweep

Last lunch/first lunch with my besties @meggssy @dariaa3 #regram #canoe View high resolution

Last lunch/first lunch with my besties @meggssy @dariaa3 #regram #canoe