something about these images from alessandro rocca’s natural architecture (the book) feels so magical–as if the natural world itself had shaped itself into this new form. they also remind me of building forts with my sisters and of the summer i spent maintaining hiking trails in vermont. i think someday i want to create an “organic highway” of my very own. for more details on the book and the artists, head here.
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these are so wonderful….love the first shot where it looks like a massive garland for the forest…..xo
I love how this exhibits natural beauty. It's so earthy!!
Loving that first shot, too. How wonderful would it be to have a picnic beneath a giant garland!
They turned me into a little wide eyed kid this morning! How fun for a start to our day. Luv it!xo
These are so neat! I love how they describe it as an organic highway!
My fave is the second to last shot with the arched branches. So magical!
These pictures are amazing. I love the arching trees!
I love these pictures!
I just found your blog yesterday, and I absolutely love it! It's definitely a place I'll be stopping by often.
(oh yes, and thank you for visiting my blog.)
No way! These are Ahhh-mazing!!!
i would love to walk on that log trail and i wonder how far it goes!
Absolutely stunning. I remember studying this form in art history briefly, and I'm so glad you reminded me of it!
These are so amazing. I especially love the first on.
gorgeous. so much can be done/created with those elements directly from the earth.
wow! i love andy goldsworthy and alessandro is right there with him. incredible. love the third one.
these are certainly magical, the first one looks like hair.
so cool! i love the top one — it looks like hair 🙂
Oh my goodness, I am in awe of those images, stunning!!
wow, that first photo is amazing! I love all these though. that last one definitely feels magical and I get a little topsy turvy looking at it… 🙂
I have been so busy this week I missed all your other great posts. truck farm, colorful legos, downtown metal roofs… I loved them all (even if I only got to read them today)!
O, how magical!
So pretty! These photos remind me of Andy Goldsworthy's work. =)
these are gorgeous! love!
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