Patches of outer bark are shed annually at different times, showing a bright green inner bark. This then darkens and matures to give blue, purple, orange and then maroon tones.
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nobody really knows what to get me so i get stuff i dont want or need, and hear lots of “you can totally return that if you want. the receipt is in the bag”. its the thought that counts, but on the other hand, if you know ill take it back then didnt you just sort of hand me a bag full of errands to run on a day with really shitty traffic?
ICONS: work in progress.
"i could set the building on fire…"
broke my netbook. all i can go on tumblr with now is the ps vita. honestly its not as terrible as i thought it would be.
Captivating photo series by French artist Clément Briend — I imagine in person it must stop you in your tracks.
“Cambodian Trees is a creative light projection project by that overlays trees with sculptural images of spirits and deities that are highly regarded in Cambodian culture. It’s a beautiful surprise when the projected spirits awaken and reveal themselves at night as though they are made of the towering trees themselves. The photographic light installations echo the spirituality of the few sprouts of nature in the predominantly urban landscapes.”
via My Modern Met