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Karl Blossfeldt's photograph shows a seed head of the Scabiosa columbaria at a magnification of nine.

Karl Blossfeldt's photograph shows a seed head of the Scabiosa columbaria at a magnification of nine.

Minor White (American, 1908-1976)Untitled, Dark  Canyon Lake, La Sal Mountains, UtahDescriptive Title[Weathered  Plank with Knothole]Date 1967

Minor White: Untitled, Dark Canyon Lake, La Sal Mountains, Utah, 1967 (patterns/lines) Currently obsessed with the work of Minor White.

Wild Nature - crawling tree roots - organic textures and natural surface pattern inspiration for design

Wild Nature - crawling tree roots - fractal patterns are seen in roots, branches, leaves .

Plant cells. Repinned from Vital Outburst clothing http://vitaloutburst.com

Fernan Federici Department of Plant Sciences University of Cambridge, United Kingdom Specimen: Corn tissue Technique: Confocal, objective

Voronoi in bubbles. I love the organic nature of this. bubbles, skin, leaves, dragonfly wings. nature not data.

Voronoi in bubbles. I love the organic nature of bubbles, skin, leaves, dragonfly wings, nature.

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sundial shells - these natural shades of creams, browns and greys & vivid patterns are a wonderful inspiration for interior design.

Folk Mountains

Wood - natural textures & woodgrain pattern inspirations for design

Gefeller takes at least two shots of utility poles vertically from below. In the subsequent digital composite the poles disappear, and the innumerable cables and transformers are converted into an abstract composition

Andreas Gefeller : The Japan Series (Photography)

Obsessed With A Life You're Not Living - Samuel Burgess-Johnson

darksilenceinsuburbia: “ Samuel Burgess-Johnson: Obsessed With A Life You’re Not Living, 2016 ”

Web on wrought iron

I love spider webs. Once, I was lucky enough to watch a large garden spider build it's web. It was awesome. I would love the chance to watch a spider build one like this!

Friday Favorites | Sycamore Street Press

that time of year again to saw, chop, and stack the wood for Winter with the family.Love the smell of fresh cut wood and the coming of Fall in the air!