Due to a minor technical glitch, this post is actually Part 1 of Human Ingenuity Medley 3. Part 2 also promises to include amazing, amusing, inspiring examples of human ingenuity. Stay tuned.
Photographer Angela Kelly shows what happens when soap bubbles hit freezing temperatures: they crystallize into gorgeous, fragile, glass-like sculptures. These ads by Bjoern Ewers for the Berlin Philharmonic show the insides of orchestral instruments in such a way as to make it seem like we are standing in spacious halls (or in the case of the flute, a spacious tunnel) Artist Andres Amador of San Francisco uses a sandy beach at low tide as his palate. With only a rake and occasionally some rope, he creates intricate designs that can be greater than 100,000 sq. ft. and that wash away when the tide comes in. You can commission a sand design for a special occasion. Ten years before Swiss army knives went into production around 1890, John S. Holler created this beast of a multi-tool…includes piano tuner, and pistol. Derek Kinzett from the U.K. creates life size wire sculptures he calls “The Inner Spirit Collection.”
I wish I knew who photoshopped these. They gave me a chuckle. Thanks to: Viralnova, 22words, 9wows, Gary, Kathleen and Louise.
For the guy with the rake: Ive got a few thousand leaves if he want to practice, I bet he would be good at crop circles… really beautiful stuff and it always amazes me the geometry that these people that do crop circles and sand art in such a large scale can pull off in perfect symetry.
Amazing! LOVE the sand art! Just incredible. And of course the soap bubbles, musical instruments, and everything is so amazing, too.
I have been thinking about getting some kind of multi-tool.. I think I need one of those!! It has everything you might possibly need!! Hahaha.
love the art on the sand beautiful work
tank,s a lot
Another set of gorgeous images. I’m always glad to share these E/mails with my friends. I’m here waiting with ‘a worm on my tongue’
(baited breath) fr the next installment of ‘Wonders’
Thanks for all your good work
Now, about that Multi-use Knife, It would need it’s own pack horse. It’s everything and the kitchen sink.
I look at all of these pic’s often and are amazed at what beautiful artistry and talent that goes into these pic’s…
this always makes my day .
A wonderous sharing, once again. Thanks, Dusky
All of the photos are way cool, from frozen bubbles to multi-tasking knives and sculptures and wire figures!
Absolutely exquisite…….sooooo enjoyable to look at. A great way to start the day.
Most exquisite things which make us love more and more this planet !
Thanks for this email. It is truly one of the most interesting emails I have ever received. Such beauty!!!
So beautiful and touching to see–I loved seeing the mother dog who had rescued her pups.
I always love these kind of E/mails,
There are so many things to find,also
sending them off to my friends.
Regards from Marg Clancy.
Hi this is Margaret some of these pieces of work absoulstly fabulous Especially the
Hello this is Margaret Clancy of Warragul Victoria,just a short note to thank you,for me being able to view the Photos of the beautiful koala in the tree,also the beautiful angel,thanks to all your companions in your Art Land. Yours Respectfully. Margaret ❤️
Here I go again hoping to not make too many mistakes over all my learning,it sure is a new way of life also fun and ambition I hoped I can keep up with all you clever and younger peopleiii
Another Night and some more knowledge sometimes I think my eyes are going to pop out being at a late hour, after is really passed my bedtime. I hope I can get onto this program tomorrow,
Good night to all the other night owls goodnight to my new friends
God bless you all. Marg