Sometimes I find dead plants prettier than live ones.
Baby flytraps are so cute! Fingers for scale. #dionaeamuscipula #Dionaea #carnivoroustagram #carnivorousplants #venusflytrap #vft #carnivoregirl #plantphotos #plantlove #gardeningrocks #Seedlings
A Map of the Introvert’s Heart by Gemma Correll. Seems like my kind of place!
I just want to take a moment to say THANK YOU for all the nice comments, likes and reblogs of my plant photos and experiences! I love this hobby, wanted to share some of it, and I’m happy the reception has been so positive. The online carnivorous plant community is truly amazing.
I FINALLY upgraded my phone, and made an instagram account specifically for my carnivorous plant photos. Please follow The Carnivore Girl if you’re an instagrammer. I’ve been searching hashtags and following as many carnivorous plant users on there as I can find, so make sure I follow you too!
Biblioteca Digital Hispánica.. Libro de horas de Leonor de la Vega (15th century)
Just a maiden and her bridled dragon, no big deal.
The S. S. Atlantus in 1926, shortly after it ran aground in the Delaware Bay. You can see the beach in the foreground.
A postcard from 1935 — it has started to lean, sinking slightly.
From the 1950s (?), this postcard shows the Atlantus with an advertisement for an insurance company…
Pretty fascinating capture of a single event throughout time.
Seems my #drosera don’t get quite enough love.
For #throwbackthursday, from visiting Mosque Istiqlal in Jakarta on my second day in Indonesia. This drum was HUGE! That guy behind it in the first picture is like 6’8” tall or something. The second picture is a close-up of the skin, which is interesting to me because it’s from a time before I did my senior project in college, though it’s very similar to that work. It could seriously fit right into that portfolio seamlessly, though I completely forgot that I shot this. My abstract/textural photography roots sprouted early, apparently.