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California Topiaries by Marc Alcock In his captivating series, California Topiaries, British photographer Marc Alcock documents the relationship between houses, plants and trees in the Californian.

Family as a Community / Jacobs-Yaniv Architects

Gallery of Family as a Community / Jacobs-Yaniv Architects - 17

Modern Living Spaces // a great example of architecture celebrating natural light by incorporating full height glass in this interior corridor // Family as a Community / Jacobs-Yaniv Architects

patio lounge, DIY built-in benches // smitten studio

Outdoor Space / Deck: Patio lounge, DIY built-in benches // smitten studio - I like the pillows and contrast

just you wait

California Topiaries by Marc Alcock In his captivating series, California Topiaries, British photographer Marc Alcock documents the relationship between houses, plants and trees in the Californian.

the poetry of material things

the poetry of material things

The view on the ferry from Anacortes to Friday Harbor, Washington Photographer: Jeff Ambrose

30+ Brilliant Juice Bar Design Ideas You Will Definitely Love

30+ Brilliant Juice Bar Design Ideas You Will Definitely Love

Roots - Arnold Kenseth

Afraid of roots and depths …

Jorge Mayet De Mis Vivos y Mis Muertos 2008 Electrical wire, paper, acrylics…

If you're a fan of photography and of Bill Watterson's popular comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, you'll probably love what Oregon-based freelance photographer

Calvin and Hobbes Photoshopped Into Photographs of Real Locations

Salvador, Anna, Savior

This tree in Denmark has not been shaped. It grows in the shaped of the house, probably because that's the only part protected from the extreme wind.

Photographer Marianne Kjølner snapped this pair of photographs of a bizarre tree in Denmark - West coast, a very windy place were there isn’t much that can grow. So the tree can only grow where it has shelter.

RISD Museum: Charlotte Bicknell, American, 1775-1864. Inscribed to the remains of Mrs. Sabra D. Ellis, 1808. Silk; watercolor. 52.1 x 54.6 cm (20 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches). Gift of the Estate of Charlotte Parsons 33.056

RISD Museum: Charlotte Bicknell, American, Inscribed to the remains of Mrs. Sabra D. Gift of the Estate of Charlotte Parsons

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