Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Simplicity 4

So many thing to discover every day...
take a look . :)

1. Mozart…Requiem (2005)

2. Rachmaninoff…Preludes (2007)

3. Wager…Parsifal (2007)

Every page of each score superimposed resulting in chaotic single images


Fantastic double exposures 

Florian Imgrund is a German photographer whose works are most of the time in black and white and with a very interesting atmosphere. He photographs with an analog camera and notably makes stunning double exposed photographs. You can see some example in this article. The result is really brilliant. 
Visit his portfolio, his Flickr and his Facebook page to view more works.


Rare Fire Rainbows: It looks like a rainbow on fire but these circumhorizontal arcs aren’t rainbows. They are caused by light passing through high-altitude cirrus clouds. The sun has to hit the clouds at precisely 58 degrees and have just enough crystals in order to form in the sky.


Meet Motala, a 50 year old elephant from Thailand who lost her front left leg in 1999 after stepping on a land mine left over from ongoing conflicts along the Thai-Myanmar border. When the accident occurred Motala was a working elephant who moved trees for a living. She was simply foraging for food in the forest when she stepped on the mine.

Although her owners tried to save poor Motala’s leg, the limb was so badly damaged that it eventually had to be amputated below the knee. It wasn’t until 2006 that she was able to receive her first artificial leg. It was only a temporary solution, but she successfully learned to walk on it. In 2009 Motala received her first permanent prosthesis, made for her at the Friends of the Asian Elephant (FAE) elephant hospital in the Mae Yao National Reserve in Thailand. Because prosthetic legs must be changed according to weight, Motala has been given other legs accordingly and received a new one last year, her third.

A documentary entitled The Eyes of Thailand shows the amazing moment when Motala took her first few steps on her first prosthetic leg. Check out incredibly moving video of that awesome moment here.

For more information on this topic check out the documentary The Eyes of Thailand


Procedural Landscapes

1 comment:

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...