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reblog from eugenialoli: “Gem...

reblog from  eugenialoli : “Gem roast”, “Terrestrial Slices”, “Roast with Mushrooms”, and “Woolly Roast”, by Eugenia Loli . Some traditional recipes from my home, in Epirus, Greece. Portfolio | Store | Tumblr | Flickr | Facebook

nonconcept: Mexican cottage by Fernando Morrisoniesko.

nonconcept : Mexican cottage by Fernando Morrisoniesko .

Illustrations by Owen Gent Owen Gent is an award winning...

Illustrations by Owen Gent Owen Gent is an award winning Illustrator and Designer based in Bristol in the South West of England, who graduated with a first class honours degree from Falmouth University in 2013 Owen continues to work as a freelance artist across a range of areas including publishing, editorial, advertising and personally driven projects. Connect to more passionate artwork on our Facebook page posted by Margaret

Illustrations by Bluefooted

Illustrations by Bluefooted

Illustrations by Tim DoyleTim Doyle (featured previously) is an...

Illustrations by Tim Doyle Tim Doyle  (featured previously)   is an award-winning artist and silk-screen print maker, working out of Austin, Texas. You can see his portfolio on  mrdoyle.com  and buy prints from him on nakatomiinc.com Follow him on Twitter  and  Instagram . Spice up your timeline by following us on Facebook ! posted by Margaret

Illustrations by Maja WronskadA l tumblr l society6 l shop l...

Illustrations by Maja Wronska dA l tumblr l society6 l shop l behance

nonconcept: Asymetric Nature Shelters in South Fyn, Denmark by...

nonconcept : Asymetric Nature Shelters in South Fyn, Denmark by LUMO Architects .

Illustrations by Alice Wellinger Alice Wellinger is an...

Illustrations by Alice Wellinger Alice Wellinger is an Austrian based artist and illustrator. Beneath her editorial work she develops her personal art, which is surreal, ironic, dealing with the troubles of daily life and childhood memories. Artist activities on Facebook . CrossConnectMag on Facebook - a place that is definitely worth a visit! posted by Margaret

6 Million-Year-Old Growing Rocks That Move

The word trovant is a synonym for the German term “Sandsteinkonkretionen”, which means ‘cemented sand’. That’s what a growing rock is. It grows, moves, even multiplies and the inside of it reveals spherical and ellipsoidal rings which look like the ones of tree trunks. However, this stone is no any kind of a life form. So what is it? The only place where this geological phenomenon can be seen is a small Romanian village of Consesti. Trovants were spit out during powerful seismic activity which is believed to be around 6 million years old. These weird rocks live on our planet longer than human kind does. The most interesting fact about these odd stones is that they only grow when water is applied on them. The rocks start their lives as small one-centemeter-long pebbles and can end up to 6-10 meter-long giant. As they get larger, trovants tend to split from their ‘birth mother’ and continue the magical growth process independently. It is assumed that trovants consist of a stone core,