4.13.2008

true nature



Birds’ nests are ephemeral, often abandoned once the young have fledged. But the sheer ingenuity of these miniature marvels of architecture is as durable as the impressions left by San Francisco photographer Sharon Beals who captures them in their lasting glory.
















:sharon beals; audobon magazine

10 comments:

P said...

Oh...so beautiful.

Jen of A2eatwrite said...

I love these images! I've been on bloggy hiatus and it's lovely to see your blog again.

Octavine Illustration said...

such a beautiful blog you have. these photos are simply inspiring...truly amazing.

automatism said...

Love these! Just stunning. Thanks for this (and for your kind comments earlier, too).

Lori

katiedid said...

I do have a "thing" for bird's nest and little eggs. Beautiful post.:)

Luisa Perkins said...

So stark, so clear...

studio wellspring said...

wonderful find ~ thanks so much for sharing this great work.

Diana said...

LOVE these...so lovely.

Paul Pincus said...

are you familiar with Richard Barnes' photographs of nests?...you must take a look...they're genius!

Abbey Goes Design Scouting said...

these are lovely!