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On the Wilderness Continent by Matt Taylor

On a bit of a roll with editorial bits this week -... | Matt Taylor Illustration

this was produced for Nautilus magazine whose newest issue can be found in shops and online now.

This piece was to accompany a short story (which you can, and should, read here) about building a new world.

via On a bit of a roll with editorial bits this week -… | Matt Taylor Illustration.

Matt Taylor’s known for his clean, bright-coloured style, which really catches your eye, but that doesn’t mean that more subtle compositions of his, like this, shouldn’t be paid attention to. — V

Beating the Heat by Pascal Campion

Redhead girl reading in a forest

Beating the Heat
Theme: Moments
Digital painting by Pascal Campion

via Pascal Campion | Work – Illustration.

Eucalyptus by Subramaniam Ananthanarayanan

Eucalyptus by Subramaniam Ananthanarayanan

These are government maintained Eucalyptus plantations. They plant the trees in long, neat lines which makes for interesting compositions.
Location: Hyderabad
Photographer: Subramaniam Ananthanarayanan

via Eucalyptus | Nice Happened.

Ulyana Sergeenko

Photographer: Ulyana Sergeenko
Post production: Nick Sushkevich

via ULYANA SERGEENKO on the Behance Network.

Trees cocooned in spiders webs

Trees cocooned in spiders webs in the aftermath of a flood

An unexpected side-effect of the flooding in parts of Pakistan has been that millions of spiders climbed up into the trees to escape the rising flood waters.

Because of the scale of the flooding and the fact that the water has taken so long to recede, many trees have become cocooned in spiders webs. People in this part of Sindh have never seen this phenomenon before – but they also report that there are now less mosquitoes than they would expect, given the amount of stagnant, standing water that is around.

It is thought that the mosquitoes are getting caught in the spiders web thus reducing the risk of malaria, which would be one blessing for the people of Sindh, facing so many other hardships after the floods.

Image: DFID/Russell Watkins

via Trees cocooned in spiders webs, an unexpected side effect of the flooding in Sindh, Pakistan.

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