Ramona Zordini is an Italian photographer/visual artist who explores personal themes of mental and physical changes portrayed through liquid elements.
White Coral has made this carved skull just a little bit creepy!
I don’t think you understand. That is not white coral. That is dead coral. Actually, it is the remaining bone structure of a colony of dead corals. To sum up, it is a human skull carved out of the skeletal remains of hundreds of deceased little beings. “A little bit creepy” doesn’t cover it.
If at first you don’t succeed, redefine success.
I reblogged this at like 4am and I’ve spent the whole day thinking about it and randomly laughing
Bowls made from Blue John, a form of banded fluorite that is found only beneath Treak Cliff in Derbyshire, England, and one location in Zhejiang Province, China. Treak Cliff Cavern and Blue John Cavern are the only sites in Derbyshire where seams are still being exploited, and both are also open to the public as show caves. I visited several years ago, and was quickly intoxicated with the allure of this semi-precious mineral.
I want to eat cereal out of a fluorite bowl.