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  1. Mira wrote:

    Awesome idea!!! The pics look really cool <3
    xo

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  2. So Artistic and beautiful!!!

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  3. EUGENIA wrote:

    HOW BEAUTIFUL….

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  4. rachael wrote:

    what will people think of next! this really makes me want to take on a photography project!

    rachael

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  5. Nomadic D wrote:

    Wow. So weird and eerie. I love it.

    http://nomadic-d.blogspot.com/

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  6. Nadja wrote:

    such a great idea! love this pics! do you think this would work out with (small) fruits aswell?

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  7. Stella wrote:

    Awesome Flowers!! I love flowers. I think flowers look beautiful only in gardens. I don’t like to break flowers!!!!!!!

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  8. arttt!!! photos looks amazing!!!
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  9. Su wrote:

    went to a resteraunt where they served us a bowl of fresh herbs and flowers which they poured liquid nitrogen over and you then had to smash them with a mortar and pestle before they placed a quennelle of cucumber sorbet over it for you to eat as a pallate cleanser – it was so pretty and refreshing 🙂

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  10. So innovative! Would love a pair of these photos framed in my room.

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  11. Monica wrote:

    Very neat. I love the orchids and roses. I only I had some liquid nitrogen to use for pretty flowers. Imagine a hydrangea!

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  12. Love all these flowers!

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  13. great post! love the flowers! xo, ALma
    http://www.soulofashopper.com

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  14. marissa wrote:

    i was JUST talking about this at the floral studio that i work at! so glad you posted, i couldn’t remember where i’d seen it before.

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  15. Luana wrote:

    Really beautiful !!
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    Take a look!

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  16. inspiring!

    Bises,
    monkeyshines
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  17. Betsy wrote:
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  18. Annachiu wrote:

    Gosh… sooooo cool 🙂

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  19. Elizabeth wrote:

    This is so interesting. They look so sad when they’re broken.

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  20. Melissa G wrote:

    This is crazy and fantastic. I love it. I never thought I’d say destruction could look so beautiful.

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  21. Unbelievably amazing!

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  22. UTTERLY A.MA.ZING!
    XOXO
    -Daisy Nguyen from PS BANANAS fashion blog:
    http://psbananas.com

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  23. Erica wrote:

    @Su ummmm, that sounds AMAZING!!!

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  24. Mary wrote:

    Wow. This is so, so cool. The flowers look just as beautiful smashed into little pieces, which is something I didn’t think I would ever say! Love it x

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  25. Yolie DeMarco wrote:

    beautiful

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  26. Xeana wrote:

    Stunning idea!

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    10.12.12
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  27. hannah wrote:

    This these are great!
    an amazing way to play around with the elements, always looking for new artists on amazine.com!

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  28. patricia wrote:

    i wonder why it thrills people to smash sacred flowers into pieces? weird and sad, in my opinion.

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  29. Maria V wrote:

    How beautiful… and a kind of sad at the same time. Thanks for sharing! x

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  30. Love this. In someways it’s sort of sad as well.

    Collections

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  31. Francesca wrote:

    There’s right now an exposition on the Boston Museum of Fine Arts by Ori Gersht – http://www.mfa.org/exhibitions/ori-gersht

    He also explores this idea. It’s really nice 🙂

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  32. francine s. wrote:

    what happen’s to the flowers after? do they still dry up?

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  33. What an interesting concept!
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  34. Anca wrote:
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  35. nicholas tasker wrote:

    This idea was first done by Laurence Haskell.

    His shots were better composed too.

    5.13.13
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