dusty pastels and juicy brights palette (photo by Johnny Miller)

dusty pastels and juicy brights palette (photo by Johnny Miller)

Dramatic photos of decaying food by Klaus Pichler

Dramatic photos of decaying food by Klaus Pichler

Rotten, fermented fruit has some nutritional value, and may have looked pretty good to our hungry ancient ancestors. Evolving the ability to metabolize the alcohol in fermented fruit may have helped us adapt to a changing climate 10 million years ago, research suggests. #FunFact #NPR #NCCPT

Our Ability To Digest Alcohol May Have Been Key To Our Survival

Rotten, fermented fruit has some nutritional value, and may have looked pretty good to our hungry ancient ancestors. Evolving the ability to metabolize the alcohol in fermented fruit may have helped us adapt to a changing climate 10 million years ago, research suggests. #FunFact #NPR #NCCPT

Seeing all these apples lying on the side of the road and nobody picks them up! I want you to go outside and grab some fresh fruits before eveything is rotten! And it's so much better then the plastic wrapped and long traveld stuff from the supermarket. The harvest was actually so formidable that we brought them to a press where they made juice of it. This juice is sweet and a totally selfmade, local and organic product that will last until spring. Isn't that great?! Anna Amethyst

Seeing all these apples lying on the side of the road and nobody picks them up! I want you to go outside and grab some fresh fruits before eveything is rotten! And it's so much better then the plastic wrapped and long traveld stuff from the supermarket. The harvest was actually so formidable that we brought them to a press where they made juice of it. This juice is sweet and a totally selfmade, local and organic product that will last until spring. Isn't that great?! Anna Amethyst

What if all apples in the box are rotten?   Irving Penn. 12 Apples,1995. Pigment print.   Copyright by The Irving Penn Foundation

What if all apples in the box are rotten? Irving Penn. 12 Apples,1995. Pigment print. Copyright by The Irving Penn Foundation

Still life by Roe Ethridge

Still life by Roe Ethridge

Wrinkly skin on rotten fruit-maybe a layer of tissue paper or clear glue could create this effect

Wrinkly skin on rotten fruit-maybe a layer of tissue paper or clear glue could create this effect

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