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International Car Forest Of The Last Church, Nevada E-mail
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At the edge of Goldfield, a small town in the middle of Nevada, multiple cars, buses, vans, and limos are buried vertically in the desert as if they are growing out of the ground.The product of artists Chad Sorg and Mark Rippie, the Car Forest began when Sorg saw just a seed of the project. In fact, all of these old vehicles, presented in the form of an amazing psychedelic form of art contemporary art project involving dozens of abandoned cars and trucks in the Nevada desert, which is called the International Car Forest of the Last Church.

International Car Forest Of The Last Church, Nevada

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Azorella - A 3000 Years Old Plant E-mail
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Yareta, llareta or Azorella compacta and also known as "Llareta" in Spanish, is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae native to South America. Look like a green cotton or look like green cloud on earth. Its occurred in the Puna grasslands of the Andes in Peru, Bolivia, Chile and the west of Argentina at between 3200 and 4500 meters altitude. The flora of the puna is characterized by alpine bunch-grasses interspersed with herbs, grasses, lichens, mosses, ferns, cushion plants, and occasional low shrubs, with sedges and rushes in poorly-drained areas.

Azorella - A 3000 Years Old Plant

Azorella is a genus of about 70 species of flowering plants in the family Araliaceae, native of South America, New Zealand and the islands of the Southern Ocean. The genus is sometimes placed in family Apiaceae. They are low-growing dwarf mat-forming plants growing in high exposure on mountains and subantarctic coasts; with great age they may form rounded mounds of foliage up to one m high but are usually less than one dm high. Several species are grown as ornamental plants in rock gardens. The beautiful, cold Andean landscapes are embellished by Yareta (Azorella compacta), a steep green pillow-like carpet, which grows only one millimeter a year and is in danger of extinction.

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