Friday, June 30, 2017

#Photography on the Blog 7/1 | Because We Want the Beautiful

Summer fireflies in a forest near Bangkok city, Thailand.

Photograph: Narathip Ruksa/Alamy

I've been lucky enough to see a few fireflies along the way but, dayum, that's a lotta fireflies.  Even in the darkest of the Groves in Eden Park I didn't ever see fireflies like this.

A bee flies among lotus flowers at Pingzhai village, Machang township in Pingba county, China’s Guizhou Province.

Photograph: Qin Gang/Barcroft Images

When a bee flies amid the lotus, it becomes a poem.

Ed:  that's soooo kozmik

It kind of is, mate.

A male palm cockatoo (right) uses a branch as a drum stick in front of a female. The parrot is one of the very few species known that can recognise a beat.

Photograph: Christina Zdenek/PA

Jammin' in the jungle and you thought humans would be doing it.

Poppies in a meadow at Old Erringham, Sussex. Almost 2,000 roads in Britain contain the word “meadow” or its Welsh equivalent “dol” but the flower-rich fields they were named after are vanishing, experts warn.

Photograph: John Glover/Alamy

These are NOT opium poppies.  Few things support such an abundance of life as a meadow and the Rockhouse finds every dimension of beauty in that.  There's one deep blue flower in the mix so what's his story.

Beijing, China

A visitor touches one of the interactive digital installations at the teamLab: Dance! Art Exhibition & Learn! Future Park exhibition

Photograph: Imaginechina/Rex/Shutterstock

Perhaps immersive art of this nature is regarded as too electrotechnical but it does make quite a spectacle and the young lady seems enthralled.

A Gr√©vy’s zebra, an endangered species, stands beside a tree at northern Kenya’s Lewa wildlife conservancy.

Photograph: Li Baishun/Alamy

There's a lonesome beauty which is engaging but the zebra is a herd beast and this would be one smart little zebra to catch up with the rest of them.

Note:  maybe the tree is an old acacia?

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