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While on a trip to Ireland last year, South Carolina-based artist Marco Suarez snapped some impressive photos and turned them into these circular prints.

⋆∘°•✧Find a beautiful place & get lost✧•°∘* \\ @αтнεηα ✨

Rubber plant is my favorite plant. Always handsome and timeless green. But rubber plant for me is also linked to Chile and my grandmother’s street.

Blessed be...Tammie MoonOwl Luckadoo

Read Home Away From Home - Starr from the story Imperfect by JayFeatherReads (Jay Lee Housh) with 16 reads.

Dein Engel grüßt Dich...und schickt Dir einen lieben gute Nacht Kuss. Deine Puppi

Light as feather! The egyptians believed that in order to get to their ideal aferlife your heart had to be light as feather when weighed against the weight of your deeds.Feathers are near Angels appear!

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Simple scratchy makes me smile (posters inspired by design from the to the by Ben Lalisan)

The vibrant work of Stanley Donwood—the artist behind the album cover for Radiohead’s Hail to the Thief | Overhead Compartment

The vibrant work of Stanley Donwood—the artist behind the album cover for Radiohead’s Hail to the Thief

Wait… what are we looking at here? Yes, it’s a metal garden, by London based artist Zadok Ben David, made up of 12,000 cut steel flowers & plants. The vintage, text-book looking botanical specimens are black, hence the title Blackfield, but hold on a second… if you walk around to the other side of this lovely ‘field’… YES, the opposite side of this breath-taking installation is painted in stunning color! Gorgeous.

A metal garden. Made up of cut steel flowers & plants. The vintage, text-book looking botanical specimens are black, if you walk around to the other side, the opposite side of this installation is painted in stunning color.

Falling Garden - San Staë church on the Canale Grande, 50th Biennial of Venice, 2003

Falling Garden installation created by Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger for the Biennial of Venice in San Staë church on the Canale Grande

Do not fear the Portal, it is merely a Gateway to the Ascension.

crashinglybeautiful: Hiroshi Sugimoto, View from the passage toward the exit…

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