Explore Patterns In Nature, Octopuses and more!

Close up of the vegetable Romanesco Broccoli: photographer Alistair Knock (greens and pattern)

GMO’s Will Never Feed the World, But Here’s Something That Will is an exploration of solutions to the hunger crisis the world is facing using permaculture.

Tear-drinking moths have been known since at least 1928, when Time magazine reported the work of a scientist working in Argentina who observed nocturnal moths sucking the tears of horses. Similar reports have come from Southeast Asia (water buffalo tears) and from Madagascar (birds' tears).

The elephant-tear moth (Mabra elephantophila) get their sustenance from the tears of elephants or other large African mammals. If the animal isn’t producing enough tears, the moths will scratch at its eyes to irritate them.

by the sea

make foot wash with colorful rocks.I have a small collection of stones like this.