Taiga Codex

Taiga Codex

Siberia / Happiness in the wilderness.
Taiga Codex
More ideas from Taiga
Delta, Alaska and Yellow - by: Nikita

visualechoess: “Delta, Alaska and Yellow - by: Nikita ”

In the early 1800s a man named Little Jon lived in this so called earth cabin (swe. ‘backstuga’) located in southern Småland, Sweden. An earthen cabin is built partially buried in the ground, in this case there’s three walls of stone and one wall made of wood. In Sweden earthen cabins was common in the forests from the 1600s until the late 1800s

An earth-sheltered home with a moss-covered roof situated in a pine forest. Not quite a hobbit hole, not really a tree house, but I would live here.

In the early 1800s a man named Little Jon lived in this so called earth cabin (swe. ‘backstuga’) located in southern Småland, Sweden. An earthen cabin is built partially buried in the ground, in this case there’s three walls of stone and one wall made of wood. In Sweden earthen cabins was common in the forests from the 1600s until the late 1800s

voiceofnature: “ In the early a man named Little Jon lived in this so called earth cabin (swe. ‘backstuga’) located in southern Småland, Sweden. An earthen cabin is built partially buried in.

Sunsets

Athabasca Falls sunrise by Bob Bittner

accio-forest: “ Athabasca Falls sunrise by Bob Bittner ”