No, this isn’t the work of some gigantic bird. The living art you see before you was actually done by man – more specifically, artist and branchbender extraordinaire Patrick Dougherty. Crafting human-sized nest houses made by actually weaving growing trees into the shapes of houses, cocoons, pagodas, huts, giant water pitchers and even people, Dougherty has traveled the world with his truly extraordinary sculptures. Continue reading »
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Kate, The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William smile during a visit to the 1st Battalion Irish Guards at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade at Mons Barracks, Aldershot, in England, Monday, March 17, 2014. The Duke of Cambridge attended the Parade as Colonel of the Regiment. The Duchess of Cambridge presented the traditional sprigs of shamrocks to the Officers and Guardsmen of the Regiment. (Photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP Photo) Continue reading »
Festivals and parades across the world marked St Patrick’s Day to pay tribute to Saint Patrick who brought Christianity to Ireland. In Central Dublin, an estimated 500,000 people gathered on Saturday for the St Patrick’s Day parade. Bands from Britain, the United States and Russia joined Irish volunteers in the two-hour procession through Ireland’s capital city, reported the Associated Press. Dublin City went even greener for the festival with all venues turned to green lights to create a citywide illumination for the duration of the Festival from 16 March -19 March.
Street performers leap as they make their way down O’Connell Street in the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin. Police estimate a half-million spectators lined the route of the parade, the biggest of more than 50 across Ireland. (Shawn Pogatchnik/Associated Press) Continue reading »
A man stands next to a wind generator of the Windwaerts Energie GmbH company equipped with coloured ligths on September 5, 2011 near Sehnde-Muellingen in the Hanover region, central Germany. On the occasion of the EXPO 2000 world exhibition, French artist Patrick Raynaud created the light installation, which draws its energy from the production of the wind turbine – the more wind, the more intensive the luminance of the coloured dots. (JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE/AFP/Getty Images) Continue reading »
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