This close up of the tray shows the multi-layered effect of the "crackle" finish.  The base coat is cobalt blue.  Subsequent coats of blue-green, yellow & forest green were applied, utilizing 2 different types of "crackle" media.  I think the "crackle" finish draws one's eye to the green tiles, especially the Sakura "Galaxy" tiles with gold stars.  The painted surfaces were sealed with 2 coats of water-based polyurethane (low VOC).

This close up of the tray shows the multi-layered effect of the "crackle" finish. The base coat is cobalt blue. Subsequent coats of blue-green, yellow & forest green were applied, utilizing 2 different types of "crackle" media. I think the "crackle" finish draws one's eye to the green tiles, especially the Sakura "Galaxy" tiles with gold stars. The painted surfaces were sealed with 2 coats of water-based polyurethane (low VOC).

(Peachtree) John Sill’s detailed, full-color illustrations show the characteristics of different types of forests – from the cold boreal forests of the northern hemisphere to the warm tropical forests near the equator.

(Peachtree) John Sill’s detailed, full-color illustrations show the characteristics of different types of forests – from the cold boreal forests of the northern hemisphere to the warm tropical forests near the equator.

Forest | Types of Forests | Defenders of Wildlife

Forest | Types of Forests | Defenders of Wildlife

This is a tufted titmouse another #bird that you'll see year-round in our region. Sunflower seeds are their favorite if you would like to attract them to your feeder but they will eat other types of suet and seeds as well. These birds also live in cavities so nest boxes might also attract one to your backyard.  Photo by John Kocijanski.  #nature #landtrust #dhconservancy #delawareriver #landconservation #conservation #forests #cleanwater #protectedland #optoutside #liveauthentic #pin…

This is a tufted titmouse another #bird that you'll see year-round in our region. Sunflower seeds are their favorite if you would like to attract them to your feeder but they will eat other types of suet and seeds as well. These birds also live in cavities so nest boxes might also attract one to your backyard. Photo by John Kocijanski. #nature #landtrust #dhconservancy #delawareriver #landconservation #conservation #forests #cleanwater #protectedland #optoutside #liveauthentic #pin…

Compare types of forests and the animals that live there with these free printable Forest Biome sorting mats. As your kids learn the different between deciduous forests and rainforests, these sorting mats will be a fun way to learn about the animals that live in those biomes.

Compare types of forests and the animals that live there with these free printable Forest Biome sorting mats. As your kids learn the different between deciduous forests and rainforests, these sorting mats will be a fun way to learn about the animals that live in those biomes.

The natural habitat of owls is as diverse as the types of owls found in the world. From forests to deserts to open fields or buildings, owls pretty much call anywhere home.

The natural habitat of owls is as diverse as the types of owls found in the world. From forests to deserts to open fields or buildings, owls pretty much call anywhere home.

Palm Trees at Amagusa', a fine art nature photograph by Lynn Cyrus / Cascade Colors. Amagusa preserve lies near Mashpi preserve, on the western slope of the Andes in northwestern Ecuador. This is a dense, lush, tropical type of forest, filled with much plant and animal diversity. This piece highlights the appearance of the forest as you are looking up towards the canopy - palm branches and leaves create interesting shapes and contrast against the other layers of forest.

Palm Trees at Amagusa', a fine art nature photograph by Lynn Cyrus / Cascade Colors. Amagusa preserve lies near Mashpi preserve, on the western slope of the Andes in northwestern Ecuador. This is a dense, lush, tropical type of forest, filled with much plant and animal diversity. This piece highlights the appearance of the forest as you are looking up towards the canopy - palm branches and leaves create interesting shapes and contrast against the other layers of forest.

Compare types of forests and the animals that live there with these free printable Forest Biome sorting mats. As your kids learn the different between deciduous forests and rainforests, these sorting mats will be a fun way to learn about the animals that live in those biomes.

Compare types of forests and the animals that live there with these free printable Forest Biome sorting mats. As your kids learn the different between deciduous forests and rainforests, these sorting mats will be a fun way to learn about the animals that live in those biomes.

Camping platform - build it back behind the house. (This is at Harmony Hill on the Olympic peninsula.) Pretty much the same type of forest we got goin' on out back of the house.  Except it's more swampy. ...And there's probably more bugs. ...And not really anything resembling a trail.  :P

Camping platform - build it back behind the house. (This is at Harmony Hill on the Olympic peninsula.) Pretty much the same type of forest we got goin' on out back of the house. Except it's more swampy. ...And there's probably more bugs. ...And not really anything resembling a trail. :P

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