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Treehouse, Atlanta, USA by Peter Bahouth | via

Architect Peter Bahouth built a series of houses in the trees connected by wooden bridges in Atlanta. Inspired by his love for nature and his childhood memories of boyhood treehouses, environmentalist Peter Bahouth created this grown-up fort in his Atlanta backyard. The three rooms of this treehouse have been named ‘Mind,’ ‘Body’ and ‘Spirit’ by its owner. A suspension bridge connects the living room to the bedroom that includes a platform bed which slides out for a better view of the tree canopy.

Photography: Lindsay Appel

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Treehouse, Atlanta, USA by Peter Bahouth | via

Architect Peter Bahouth built a series of houses in the trees connected by wooden bridges in Atlanta. Inspired by his love for nature and his childhood memories of boyhood treehouses, environmentalist Peter Bahouth created this grown-up fort in his Atlanta backyard. The three rooms of this treehouse have been named ‘Mind,’ ‘Body’ and ‘Spirit’ by its owner. A suspension bridge connects the living room to the bedroom that includes a platform bed which slides out for a better view of the tree canopy.

Photography: Lindsay Appel

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Treehouse, Atlanta, USA by Peter Bahouth | via

Architect Peter Bahouth built a series of houses in the trees connected by wooden bridges in Atlanta. Inspired by his love for nature and his childhood memories of boyhood treehouses, environmentalist Peter Bahouth created this grown-up fort in his Atlanta backyard. The three rooms of this treehouse have been named ‘Mind,’ ‘Body’ and ‘Spirit’ by its owner. A suspension bridge connects the living room to the bedroom that includes a platform bed which slides out for a better view of the tree canopy.

Photography: Lindsay Appel

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Rarezas de la naturaleza

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Rayo Volcánico

A veces cuando un volcán explota, libera una poderosa cantidad de energía en la atmósfera. Este repentino revoltijo puede provocar fuertes reacciones que finalmente forman un rayo desde el interior de la erupción!

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Rocas Vivas

A pesar de que parecen ser nada más que una piedra, los Piures (Piura chilensis) son en realidad criaturas marinas que se encuentran en las costas de Chile.

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Torres De Vapor

Este fenómeno geotérmico acompaña a la aurora boreal y tiene la capacidad de transformar el cielo de las noches en un tono de verde precioso.

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Ríos Subacuáticos

Estas anomalías acuáticas de México se producen cuando materias densas se ​​hunden hasta el fondo del agua, creando así su PROPIO flujo.

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Olas Bioluminiscentes

Puedes agradecerle al fitoplancton por la creación de esta increíblemente hermosa costa de neón.

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Nubes Morning Glory

Ni siquiera los científicos pueden averiguar las causas de esta maravilla del mundo. Por lo tanto, cuando tengas la oportunidad de verla, apréciala por lo genial que es!

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British-born, Italy-based sculptor Matthew Simmonds is an art-historian-turned-stone-carver who sculpts beautiful architectural interiors inside rough pieces of marble and stone. His pieces look like miniature classical monuments and temples, empty of people, but full of intricate details.

“To create a sculpture that catches the light and structure of a building and lets the eye wander, to feel that here my eye could live, here a part of me could stay, is a great achievement,“ writes Simmonds. “The sculptures give the viewer a different perspective on space. They look different from every viewpoint. You long to be in them, and they seem almost more meaningful for that.“

To view more of Matthew Simmonds’ intricate sculptures click here.

[via Colossal]

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