Kimberly Greenfield

Kimberly Greenfield

I'm a natural light photographer from the Pacific Northwest, transplanted in the South. I love capturing real life moments and adore the beauty of the earth.
Kimberly Greenfield
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Pallet and reclaimed wood projects

I think I found the gate/entry I want! Old door turned garden gate complete with stove flange for window! (by Her Ballistic Garden) door gate under simple pergola for wood fence painted stained grey address plate entry reclaimed barn door

Let our Hawaiian Poke Cake whisk you away to a tropical paradise! Featuring lots of creamy coconut flavor, plus pineapple and macadamia nuts, this poke cake is a real favorite.

Get out your beach chairs and pass out the flower leis 'cause this Hawaiian Poke Cake is going to transport you to a tropical paradise. In this easy cake-mix dessert, we've included all the flavors you'd expect in a Hawaiian recipe, including coconut

Growing grass under a pine tree isn't impossible; it just takes some ground preparation.

If you have pine trees, it is often difficult to plant grass underneath that pine tree. This is a tough area to grow grass, but it is not impossible. Grass doesn’t like to.


If you are looking for the rarely obtainable, the crown jewel of your collection of Globe novelties, this artifact is for you. Produced for only two years before falling victim to the Great Depress…

Nesting Russian egg-shaped globe. An outer egg of Karelian birch opens to reveal an egg-shaped pocket globe. The globe opens to reveal a metal compass. Text in Russian. Made of Karelian birch in the early 20th century. Outer egg 3.75 inches tall x 2.5 inches wide, globe 3 inches tall x 1.75 inches wide.

Nesting Russian egg-shaped globe: outer egg of Karelian birch opens to reveal an egg-shaped pocket globe, globe opens to reveal metal compass. Outer egg tall x wide, globe x