"This is a microscopic photo of a butterfly egg. Most butterflies deposit a cluster of tiny eggs, sometimes hundreds of them, on the underside of a leaf, fastening them there with a glue-like substance. The leaves provide protection—and later, food—for the young caterpillars. Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg reveals spectacular natural beauty imperceptible to the human eye."
The ornate mantis shrimp, Odontodactylus scyallarus is one of the most colorful crustaceans. It is a predator that hunts other crustacaeans as well as mollusks, worms, and even fish. (Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea) by David Hall
Larry Carlson, Darkstar Journey, 2014.
Lebbeus Woods, San Francisco: Inhabiting the Quake, Quake City, 1995
Exhibition, Lebbeus Woods at the Drawing Center, New York, Apr 17, 2014 - Jun 15, 2014
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