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succulent planter

france lavender fields

World's largest and most valuable precious opal, discovered in 1956 in Coober Pedy, Australia. This opal consists of 99% gem opal with an even color throughout the stone. The balance of 1% being the remaining soil still adhering to it. It weighs 17,000 carats and is valued at 2,000,000$ USD

Anemone coronaria

Fluorite on Dolomite

Druzy Quartz on Chrysocolla

Stoneware Sculpture on Steel Base The colors are also beautiful…

The Fairy Pools in the Isle of Skye


Kitchen colors

i've got the blues / Elle Decoration



Lilla by sandroo