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Rustically Awesome Small Cabin in the Woods | Tiny House Pins One of my concerns with a tiny house is the feeling of being too enclosed and cramped. This tiny cabin feels so spacious and lets lots of natural light in!

Rustically Awesome Small Cabin in the Woods

ain't right.

The Doll Show, Page 8, Nebraska State Historical Society

-Bill Nye I Looooooooooove this one!

New great quotes to ponder upon | From up North

A Scrapbook of Me: Art Nouveau vs. Art Deco

A Scrapbook of Me: Art Nouveau vs. Art Deco

Turquoise cicada (Zamarra sp.) Photo: PBertner. Flickr via Fancy That #insects

quiver tree - interesting bark

“I confess that there is nothing to teach: no religion, no science, no writings which will lead your mind back to Spirit. Today I speak this way, tomorrow that, but always the Path is beyond words and beyond mind.” — Lao Tzu

The Mind Unleashed

forest floor

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

Amanitas in the woods!


Melusina Mermaid: The Art Deco Mermaids of Carlo Chiostri

Grand Old Philadelphia Building - Abandoned


Natural Bridge, Virginia

Natural Bridge, Virginia


^Red Dragon Vermillion Cliffs, Arizona

SOUTHWEST - zschnepf

When a bolt of lightning hit sand a glass formation is created call a fulgurite. This is project is about using this powerful phenomenon of nature to create design objects.

Seahorse skeleton::::natural geometry. Why is it so easy to believe that it happened 'naturally'?

This little gorge is called "Lammeröfen" and this particular spot "Dark Gorge". Salzburg, Austria

The Dark Gorge by AndreasResch on deviantART

Oni-no nenbutsu / Ogre chanting Buddhist prayer, 1864 by Kawanabe Kyosai

The amazing camouflage of the lichen katydid

Lichen Katydid | Project Noah

“Female Samurai”, late 1800s. An onna-bugeisha (女武芸者?) was a female warrior. Members of the samurai class in feudal Japan, they were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honor in times of war.

Retronaut - c. late 1800s: “Female Samurai”

Phyllium giganteum Worlds Largest Green Walking Leaf Mimic conservation insect display

Phyllium giganteum Worlds Largest Green Walking Leaf Mimic

slime molds photo by myriorama

Slime Mold Shows Smartest Way to Get from New York to California (Video) : TreeHugger