Instagram fame can take an ecological toll, as one photographer discovered to his chagrin. The post The Dangers of Instagram, Broccoli Tree Edition appeared first on PDNPulse.
Remember the Broccoli Tree and its eventual fate? For the past few years, Patrik Svedberg has been taking photos of a beautiful Swedish tree he dubbed The Broccoli Tree. In a short time, the tree gained a healthy following on Instagram, becoming both a tourist attraction and an online celebrity of sorts. Show More Summary
But the saddest thing of all, however. You absolutely cannot un-saw a tree. Author John Green of the Vlogbrothers shared the somber story of the Broccoli Tree, a lone tree that once sat upon Lake Vättern in south central Sweden. Everyday,...Show More Summary
The Broccoli Tree on lake Vättern in Sweden was made famous by Patrik Svedberg, who saw that its beauty was worth sharing. But sharing something means running the risk of losing it. Here's the story from the Vlog Brothers. (YouTube link) Jason Kottke said, Oscar Wilde once wrote that “Each man kills the thing he loves”. Show More Summary
This meditation by "The Fault in our Stars" author John Green, "The Broccoli Tree," is definitely worth the just under four minutes it takes to watch it. You might just watch it again. I warned you. Open thread below...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESyJop31cmY&feature=youtu.be Patrik Svedberg posted a picture of a tree that resembled a frond of broccoli. Then another, and another. That's where it started, says Seth Radley, whose video turns the tree's...Show More Summary
For the past few years, Patrik Svedberg has been taking photos of a beautiful Swedish tree he dubbed The Broccoli Tree. In a short time, the tree gained a healthy following on Instagram, becoming both a tourist attraction and an online celebrity of sorts. Show More Summary
Parents, you can stop positioning broccoli as little trees and arranging pepper slices into edible hearts. To get kids to eat more veggies, take a cue from a new study and plate the greens next to a food your kids hate even more. With...Show More Summary
Have you ever looked at broccoli and thought of a tree in a forest? Or that a Jenga tower was a construction site in the making? Well, Tatsuya Tanaka, a Japanese art designer and photographer, sees inspiration everywhere. "Everyday occurrences...Show More Summary
For the past two years, Patrik Svedberg has been photographing a single Swedish tree and posting the results to Instagram. The tree is the protagonist, but rather a passive one, letting the plot unfold around it. Each photo contains a story of its own. Show More Summary
A photo posted by The Wisdom Tree (@the_wisdom_tree_la) on Aug 8, 2014 at 8:52am PDT The easy-to-spot tree sticking out like a floret of broccoli from the trail on Cahuenga Peak is an unofficial local landmark, a popular spot...
The Dream Machine's penultimate episode is due out on Friday, November 14, featuring scenery hand-crafted from moss, coffee grounds and... are those broccoli trees? Finally, we can pretend to be vegetarian giants during our adult lives. The Dream...
If there’s one thing we like almost as much as animals doing yoga it’s food doing yoga. What’s cuter than broccoli in tree pose? Avocado, lemon ask the vinyasa-ing strawberries. Heh. Artist Marta Prior uses watercolor and sketches to bring this adorable produce to life through yoga poses. Show More Summary
I sort of feel more like going on an Eritrean odyssey right now, but I'm settling for an Ethiopian jazz bar later in the week. Anyway, I scaled 10,000 meters of tree on this Atlus teaser site so you don't have to. Really, it's not that fun. The result was this Etrian Odyssey looking "Coming Soon" page. Whole tree background attached. Read more...
Broccoli, everyone's favorite miniature trees, is a serious superfood. If you haven't yet discovered the deliciousness that is broccoli, or are looking for more ways to incorporate this healthy veggie into more dishes, here is your inspiration!
The trees lining Santa Monica's Main Street don't much resemble L.A.'s signature palms, which rise tall and thin like supermodels; instead, they look like broccoli stalks. Bare-bellied girls w...
TweetThe Truffula Trees offered at IHOP’s brand new Lorax’s Breakfast special are actually broccoli, so consider yourself warned. But the creamed spinach to make the eggs green, well that’s a genius move: Click to expand See you the...
Santa Claus is real! He’s eating the broccoli and milk I left for him by the chimney! Now he’s leaving a big round package under the tree — oh, please let it be that high-performance all-terrain hamster ball with the flame detailing I asked him for! May you get everything on your list, Mel D. Filed [...]
Via BoingBoing: Image credit Brock Davis, who writes: "I couldn't build a tree house for my son, so I built him a broccoli house instead." Now that's green, minimalist, and another TreeHugger tree house. ...Read the full story on TreeHugger
Graphic artist Brock Davis couldn't build a real treehouse for his son, so he built a broccoli tree and propped up a miniature house in it. Vegetables, Lilliputian housing, and Brobdingnagian creativity—delicious all around! [Brock Davis via Laughing Squid]