A Feast for the Eyes

A Feast For the Eyes - a figure of speech which means 'a visually pleasing sight'. "Yea, all things which come of the earth...are made for the benefit and the use of man, both to please the eye and to gladden the heart....to enliven the soul" (D&C 59:18-19) "Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are staving to death" ~ Auntie Mame ~ by Patrick Dennis (1921-1976) (aka Edward Everett Tanner III) author.
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Carrot Seeds ★ Rainbow Blend ★Healthy Garden Vegetable★theseedhouse★ 100+ Seeds ..... stores.ebay.ca/THESEEDHOUSE

Carrot Seeds - RAINBOW BLEND -Healthy Garden Vegetable- GMO FREE - 50 Seeds

periwinkle blues in an orange ewer

Freshly Picked

We cannot get enough of this gorgeous orange vase/pitcher. The color contrast is delicious.its for complementary color combinations. and its a mafic of blue and orange mixture

Edouard MANET

1882 ~ "Carnations and Clematis in a Crystal Vase", by Édouard Manet French Impressionist Painter, one of the First Century Artists to paint Modern Life .

saffron ... not only deliciosa but has a relaxing effect .... for a good night's sleep or to relieve anxiety, sip on some saffron tea ... remember, less is more ...

IRAN / The best saffron in the world is produced in Iran . not only delicious but has a relaxing effect . for a good night's sleep or to relieve anxiety, sip on some saffron tea . remember, less is more .

These still life compositions by Sarah Lamb are amazing.

For us this image represents feelings. That's how I felt when my grandma died. Her house looked like that. It is very, very sad. She always had cheese. I AM IN LOVE with the cheese.

La lavanda ha duplice significato: da una parte, è simbolo di diffidenza; dall'altra, è portatrice di ricordi positivi #fiori #significati

Lavender Flowers Art Print by Maria Bedacht

Protea

Tropical Cornucopia © 2014 David Watersun Photography ~* David Watersun photographs Hawaii's people, places & events for print and electronic media.

"Green Plums"  --  Circa 1885  --  Joseph Decker  --  American  --  Oil on canvas  --  National Gallery of Art  --  Washington, DC

Joseph DeckerGreen Plums Decker, Joseph American, 1853 - 1924 Green Plums c. 1885 oil on canvas x 10 in.

stone, glass, plaster backdrop and delicate tulips

Tangerine Tango

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“Still Life with Melon and Peaches”, c.1866, Edouard Manet.

Manet, Édouard Nature morte au melon et aux pêches (Still Life with Melon and Peaches) 1866 Oil on canvas, x 91 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington

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