It's always hard to find something that will grow well under trees, but these different colors of impatients do the trick. I think the larger plants are a type of elephant ear- I'm not sure, but they give good height & a backgound of greenery against the color. And I always love spanish moss in a tree- so Southern!
The silhouette of this contemporary lamp looks like a flag on a flagpole. "How did they do that?", would be an appropriate question. The shade seems to defy gravity and the overall effect is interesting. The finish is polished nickel and the shade is white faux silk hardback.
How to write an International Relations essay: diving into murky waters Although International Relations is understandably one of the most meticulously explored and mapped academic fields, that what Stephen Walt (1998) describes as a myriad of competing ideas, principles, and approaches, all endeavouring to capture the complexity of contemporary global politics, presents a major challenge faced by any newcomer to this discipline.