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I love catching glimpses of Dogwood flowers tucked away from the road on my way to the Redwoods.

"The wood anemonie through dead oak leaves And in the thickest woods now blooms anew And where the green briar, and the bramble weaves Thick clumps o' green, anemonies thicker grew And weeping flowers, in thousands pearled in dew..." - John Clare, 'Wood Anemonie'.

This reminds me of my back yard when I was little. In the spring I would sit on the grass in the yard and look for them to peak out of the green...

"Take time to notice the things that other people are overlooking." Jeff Goins #inbetween

I'm not big on Asian decor (I'm already Asian enough) but he's welcomed in my garden any day. :)

Fern and moss - I love both, there is something so eternally beautiful and simple about these plants.

magical forests. Seems like a majestic forest out of a movie! I would love to take a walk with a friend here ~ Kristen

Magic forest, France. What would I do if I were here for two hours?? relax, meditate, breathe deeply, be filled with appreciation!

Magical by aribix, via Flickr. Ari Bixhorn Lisbon Portugal Sintra Mountains Serra De Sintra

"And the woodcutter took up a loaf of bread for his children and took them deep into the forrest." *I want this picture in my house