A forest floor that behaves like a bouncy trampoline has left scientists baffled.
The phenomenon, which is thought to be natural, enables people to bounce upon a patch of earth, but scientists are struggling to explain why the ground is behaving as it is. 104 more words
4 days, 7 hours
For the girls with messy hair & thirsty hearts
product of too much caffeine & researching salmon forests
soo falling dead trees was fun
moss-stache movember… 15 more words
1 week, 3 days
My new creation is finished and photographed. I have now finished three vessels and will start on another three or four this week. It has been such a pleasure to actually enjoy going to the studio again, it’s been waaaay too long. 174 more words
1 week, 5 days
Our sneakers dripping with mid morning dew.
We’d reach the plateau.
Our eyes held in rapture.
Not just any Green. 254 more words
2 weeks, 4 days
A baby pine challenged by the layers of the forest floor (click to enlarge, if you wish).
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2 weeks, 5 days