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#1761 Posted : 6/28/2021 7:55:00 PM

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Selenicereus (Rat Tail Cactus) before bloom and about 4 hours later
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#1762 Posted : 6/28/2021 10:11:44 PM

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Deer beetles mating on a piece of wood chipboard.
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#1763 Posted : 7/9/2021 2:12:25 PM

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Mammillaria grahamii, quietly putting on a show, in an extremely hot and dry Sonoran Desert -
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#1764 Posted : 7/9/2021 8:35:26 PM

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Beautiful flowers Suunyside! Thanks for sharing!
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#1765 Posted : 7/25/2021 5:47:09 PM
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#1766 Posted : 8/17/2021 1:56:45 PM
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#1767 Posted : 8/21/2021 11:15:57 AM

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OK, this is a video but I guess that most of the frames would make a nice picture in their own right...




“There is a way of manipulating matter and energy so as to produce what modern scientists call 'a field of force'. The field acts on the observer and puts him in a privileged position vis-à-vis the universe. From this position he has access to the realities which are ordinarily hidden from us by time and space, matter and energy. This is what we call the Great Work."
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#1768 Posted : 8/22/2021 8:27:49 PM

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And here's a triple bloom I had on one of my Lophs recently.
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“There is a way of manipulating matter and energy so as to produce what modern scientists call 'a field of force'. The field acts on the observer and puts him in a privileged position vis-à-vis the universe. From this position he has access to the realities which are ordinarily hidden from us by time and space, matter and energy. This is what we call the Great Work."
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#1769 Posted : 8/23/2021 3:19:24 AM
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OK, this is a video but I guess that most of the frames would make a nice picture in their own right...


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#1770 Posted : 8/28/2021 12:49:14 PM
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#1771 Posted : 10/26/2021 1:20:32 AM

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Got my charged aerosol detector, lower left, below the fluorescence detector. Those detectors can detect sub-nanogram quantities of analytes. I can think of two easy uses for this...detecting dmt polymers, and debunking the absurd "plant fats" in amber/orange residue conjecture.

Ordering the nitrogen generator this week. Cool
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#1772 Posted : 11/17/2021 12:47:25 AM

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I'm not sure if anyone else collects art books but I have quite the collection. This is the art of Joe Roberts aka lsd world peace. His book is titled 61)A3HT3TA3W.. which is a mirror image of "we ate the acid". I'm not posting the best stuff or my favorites because I think everyone should buy his shit but here are a few goodies...



 
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#1773 Posted : 11/19/2021 8:51:50 AM

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Some awesome pictures indeed! I want to share a picture of something nice too Smile
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#1774 Posted : 11/20/2021 12:28:45 PM
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-Mikael Takacs
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#1775 Posted : 11/21/2021 4:30:19 PM

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whoa just googled Mikael Takacs! very niceThumbs up Thumbs up

Here is the Art of Oliver Hibert.




 
#1776 Posted : 11/23/2021 12:31:00 AM
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Yeah, hes got some amazing [and strangely familiar] pieces out of his bunch, I liked these:

[especially the last one..]


Reading his about page:

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Mikael Takacs is a marbler based in Stockholm, Sweden. He uses pipettes to distribute acrylic paint across the canvas to create his subjects, which he then distorts by dragging the paint around using various tools, such as sticks and combs. He combines the classic abstract expression of marbling with concrete figures. This results in intricate razorsharp patterns swirling across the canvas as you look at it up close, which then takes the form of a portrait as you take a few steps back. Even though the patterns in themselves are very sharp they can make the figure look blurry or fuzzy. The vivid and abstract is in contrast to the vague and figurative.

Variations of this technique has been around for hundreds of years, but in spite of that, his pieces are often mistaken for digital art. Marbling is said to originate in the 12th century Japan as "Suminagashi", and centuries later made it's way to Europe through the Ottoman Empire and the "Ebru" method.



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#1777 Posted : 12/3/2021 2:59:39 PM

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Mother nature, the basket weaver
Wind blown blades of dry grass are trapped in a wire fence, creating what looks like a massive art piece or weaving.
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#1778 Posted : 12/23/2021 7:39:11 PM

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#1779 Posted : 12/24/2021 1:03:17 AM

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