An Elegant Solution to Save the Bees


I follow Louie. I LOVE his work. Check out his latest blog post. Very much worth a look and listen. Nice work Paul!

Originally posted on Moving Art by Louie Schwartzberg:

An Elegant Solution to Save the Bees

Excerpt and Video by Paul Stamets

Mycologist, Fantastic Fungi Tribe member, and founder of Fungi Perfecti, Paul Stamets, recently revealed a breakthrough discovery that has the potential to change -and heal- our ecosystem. He proposes that there is a missing link that can dramatically influence bee health, and it’s right under our feet. Yes, it’s mycelium.

In his recent Bioneers keynote speech, Paul takes you on a journey of discovery beginning in 1984, when he first noticed bees from his hives flying from sunrise to sunset for more than 40 days, to a patch of mycelium he planted in his garden. Decades later, when Louie Schwartzberg asked Paul, “Can you help the bees?”, Paul remembered this strange occurrence, which reignited his interest in bees. His talk is a walk on the path of discovery – and may lead to a significant breakthrough…

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Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany


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Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany, is my birth place. It is a place I long to go to everyday. Part of it is the nostalgia of the people and of the place. Those memories that I treasure and I want to relive and make new ones.

I was talking with a friend about super powers. What would you want? Spidey senses, the ability to leap tall buildings in a single bound or __________? Mine would be time travel. Imagine the places you could be or relive. And just maybe, I could correct some bad clothing decision.

Great Links

Freiburg im Breisgau Tourism

Freiburg the Green City

Wiki Travel Freiburg

Saddlemakers II


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I had so much fun photographing a group of very nice Idaho saddlemakers a week ago. Here are a few more images. Thank you everyone for a great time!

Though all of them were very talented, Dale Harwood is the one everyone looked up to. Interesting, funny, smart and pleasant to be around, he knows his craft and his wife Karron is equally charming.dale color

I first met Jeff Minor while working on a newspaper story. He had just come in from shoeing horses. This guy can do anything and his wife Jill is an animal whisper.  I think he looks like he belongs hanging out at the bar in an episode of “Hell on Wheels” my favorite show…

With these photos I cant decide if I like color or b&w best. What do you think?

Jeff Minor, Saddlemaker and Braider, Salmon, Idaho.

Jeff Minor, Saddlemaker and Braider, Salmon, Idaho.

Jeff Minor, Saddlemaker and Braider, Salmon, Idaho.

Jeff Minor, Saddlemaker and Braider, Salmon, Idaho.


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