Thursday, April 02, 2009

The Beautiful Dead

Neville Trickett's beautiful look at death in these wonderful sets of dead birds, botanicals and insects. Bravo! And the lovely blog, saint verde digest.





but does it float

3 comments:

Sara Moriarty-delaFuente said...

wow. these are amazing. i especially like the dying roses and leaves. such an unusual thing to capture. helps me to see the beauty in all stages of life and death.

Kim Carney said...

everything lives to its' fullest and dies, creating seeds, or laying eggs or for us, having our children and moving on. It is important to remember that. Time is fleeting. Life and death are indeed wonderful parts. I always think the most important and interesting part of a plants life is the dying (seed) ...

Grandma PMC said...

The 2nd one of bugs & critters looks like a jigsaw puzzle we got from a relative at Christmas - 1000 pieces about the size of a dime. Luvyall