Hustle and bustle past an intricate stained glass mosaic in Moscow’s Novoslobodskaya metro station.
Photograph by Justin Tiew
Rainbow Eucalyptus, is the only species of eucalyptus that grows in the northern hemisphere and is normally grown for its pulpwood, used to create white paper. But why does it look like it’s been painted? The secret behind the Rainbow Eucalyptus is that the trees shed multiple patches of bark every year, but not at the same time. As the patches are gone, the green inner bark is exposed, and as it matures it turns bluish, then orange, purple and maroon. This creates the rainbow effect.
Anonymous said: ROSES ARE RED, VOILETS ARE BLUE. iM STUCK HERE LIKE GLUE. MIND STUCK ON YOU. WHY IS THAT>?
Because you’ll always wonder “what if”. What if you were right, if I stayed. And what if you were wrong, since I’m gone.