unfesant:

"I went to the woods becauseI wished to live deliberately,to front only the essentialfacts of life and see if I couldnot learn what it had to teachand not when I came to die,discover that I had not  lived." -Henry David Thoreau's Walden (1854)

unfesant:

"I went to the woods because
I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential
facts of life and see if I could
not learn what it had to teach
and not when I came to die,
discover that I had not lived."


-Henry David Thoreau's Walden (1854)

wetheurban:

ART: Sky Art Illustrations by Thomas Lamadieu

Genius French artist Thomas Lamadieu has illustrated a series of scenes in the sky directly onto photographs of urban landscapes.

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allotment86:

How to make a Terrarium in 4 steps …

The size of your container will affect the amount of materials you will need and use:

1. The first layer is rocks, which you can purchase at pet, garden or craft stores. Add enough to the bottom for adequate drainage.

2. The next layer is activated charcoal, which you can get at pet or garden stores (it is used in fish tanks). Add a thin layer over the rocks.

3. Depending on the depth of your container, you will next add soil. Leave enough room for your plant’s roots. 

4. Next is your plant(s). Make sure they are not touching the glass as it will make them brown. One of the trickiest things is finding the right sized and shaped plants. If it won’t hurt the plant, you can divide it and use only a section because it needs room to grow.

5. If your container is going to be closed, you can add moss around the sides of the plant. Open containers with succulents or cacti should be carefully filled in with pebbles on top.  

6. Top your creation with a whimsical inhabitants like Yoda or dinosaurs!

If you’d like to see one made, watch this Martha Stewart video . It’s a good thing.

via  The Notepasser.

sacred

sacred

typeverything:

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“The World is Your Oyster” by Laura Maxcy.
via typeworship

typeverything:

Typeverything.com

“The World is Your Oyster” by Laura Maxcy.

via typeworship

noelbadgespugh:

2012 sweetly dreaming

noelbadgespugh:

2012 sweetly dreaming

supersonicart:

Max Löffler.

Illustrations by Max Löffler:

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fer1972:

Colorful Watercolor Landscape by Anna Armona

hiptronichoops:

Go with the flow…

hiptronichoops:

Go with the flow…