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Andrew Quist  Natural American Beauty, Captured

More Andrew Quist photography, this time a detail of a beautiful bristlecone pine. Some of these ancients are years old; consider me humbled.

Angiopteris evecta "Giant Fern". Fronds can grow to 4 or 5 metres in length.

Nature 's Fractals ~Angiopteris evecta "Giant Fern". Fronds can grow to 4 or 5 metres in length.

I'm not even going to attempt to conceal the reverence and adoration I have for the Australian Tea Tree (Leptospermum laevigatum). Wind blown and architectural, these trees appear to be molded by hand rather than grown. They sweep wildly across the landscape, and no two trees are ever alike

Botanical name: Leptospermum laevigatum Common names: Australian Tea Tree, Coast Tea Tree

Buy Prints of Orovida - SOLD, a Oil on Canvas by Georgina Vinsun from United Kingdom. It portrays: Nature, relevant to: gestural, color, colorful, expressionist, expressive, floral, garden, green Part of a series focusing on gardens, particularly formal gardens because I'd spent much of the Summer walking through National Trust gardens with my baby strapped to my chest - a good way to get out of the house and unwind. All this walking gave me time to think and ponder the past. With this...

Orovida - SOLD Painting by Georgina Vinsun

Early Spring (Vorfrühling) - 1917 | Ferdinand Max Bredt, German, 1868-1921

Ferdinand Max Bredt (German painter) 1868 - 1921 Vorfrühling, 1917 oil on panel x cm

The makings for a very enjoyable afternoon

other pinner said: We took a canoe trip this summer in Mo. I love the scenery in this photo, along with the "native" canoe. Peaceful and Beautiful! Summer in Maine.

katharine_morling. A great fantastic ceramic work....! I love it SR

katharine morling (The Jealous Curator)

Black and white line drawings pulled magically from a sketchbook into the real world through the fantastic ceramic work of UK based artist Katharine Morling. The cameras, the sewing needles, and don’t

Good morning friends.  I have been thinking a lot about Tasha Tudor lately.  I think that it's because it's been so dark and dreary and cold...

Illustrator Tasha Tudor 93 yrs old working in her garden, early spring.

“They fell like slaughtered birds and the woman stood below, like a small girl, among the bodies(Bradbury 37).”  Excerpt From: Ray Bradbury. “Fahrenheit 451.”

Sophia Loren tribute, bin Laden’s compound, severe flooding in the U.S. and more in the day in photos

Dandelion seeds floating in the breeze:):) Reminds me of that perfect summer day where the sun is out and everything is delightful.