Photographer Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith captured these images of live plant sculptures, or mosaiculture, on display at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens through October. The process involves planting thousands of annuals into soil-and-sphagnum moss filled netting covering steel forms. The plants are watered through an irrigation system beneath the surface of the sculptures and trimmed regularly to maintain their shapes. The display, staged by International Mosaiculture of Montreal in conjunction with Atlanta Botanical Garden, and dubbed Imaginary Worlds, is the first major exhibition of this kind to be presented in the United States.
Would you please be quiet for a minute? How many times a day does your Mom, Dad, teacher, or grandma say that to you? Probably really often, even though they were kids once, not too long ago, and even though they know how hard it is to keep your mouth closed and your ears open when there’s so much to say.
McMichael's Construction celebrates 30 years of operation
McMichael’s Construction celebrates three decades of operation
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RONDA RICH: Independence can be learned at any age
Your boss is a very powerful person. When things need doing, he makes sure they’re done. He knows people, knows when to act and when to be patient, and how to get the best from his employees. He’s a class act. Everybody wants to work with him.
(This is the second of a three-part series on the discoveries made after a visit to Charlie Tinker’s grave.) Upon discovering Charles Almerin Tinker’s leaf-strewn grave in Green-Wood cemetery in Brooklyn, NY, we — one of us more than the other — began to study the names and dates engraved on the towering monument.
Oxford professor publishes book of poetry inspired by travels abroad
Oxford College English professor Lucas Carpenter has written in many forms from short stories to biography but poetry, which he’s chosen for his most recent publication, forces his intellect to process both his imagination and his observations of the human condition.
Big Haynes Creek Wildlife Festival lets public glimpse animals close-up
At 1,500 pounds and 7 feet tall, Rufus cuts an intimidating figure but don’t let his size fool you.
The renowned bow maker in my hometown died. Only in the South would this probably be news because we Southern women do admire a package well-wrapped.
Every day, from morning til night, you chug-chug-chug along. Yep, you’re a busy kid with lots of ideas. You help around the house, ride your bike, play with friends, read books, dig in the dirt, throw a ball, lay in the grass. There’s always something down the track to do — until you run out of steam.
Nathan Burbank remembers the precise moment The Beatles made an impact on his life.
It was during mid-flight, perhaps somewhere over Virginia, that a thought hit me and I turned suddenly, excitedly toward my husband Tink.
You must have rocks in your head.
The bar was all of an inch in diameter, but it was perfect.
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- TONY ELDER: Religious writings cannot match the importance of the Bible
- ORRIN MORRIS: Blooms of heat sensitive hawkweed stay open longer in fall
- Autobiography describes how God is source of strength in difficult times
- JOHN PEARRELL: Christ followers should reach out to those who fall short of expectations
- JOE LAGUARDIA: Holy Spirit brings comfort to the lonely
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- Rockdale County High School Class of 1963 reunion
- Conyers Garden Club learns about bees and pollination
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- Anaida Pabon turns 100 years old
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- Kaitlyn Cole named Miss GA Jr Preteen
- Pilot Club of Conyers names Sweetheart for 2013
- Oxford Lions Club honors member
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- The Conyers Garden Club awards the Yard of the Month for August
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