The Singing Ringing Tree at Burnley. The Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture resembling a tree set in the landscape of the Pennine mountain range overlooking Burnley, in Lancashire, England.  Completed in 2006, it is part of the series of four sculptures within the Panopticons arts and regeneration project created by the East Lancashire Environmental Arts Network (ELEAN).

The Singing Ringing Tree at Burnley. The Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture resembling a tree set in the landscape of the Pennine mountain range overlooking Burnley, in Lancashire, England.

Celtic Mandala.  Sit in meditation and let yourself be guided to what feels right for you to use. xoox

Cinq idées d’activités nature et récup pour les vacances

This photo demonstrates how our world is being destroyed. Our generation oblivious to the impact that they pollute the earth. The government in America is so concerned with the growth of the economy no one takes charge to change our ecological footprint on the world. Additionally, technological advances are always thinking with the idea of "bigger, better." Which as a result does not slow down our ecological footprint.

Stop Polluters From Putting Their Money Where Your Mouth Is

This photo demonstrates how pollution is impacting and destroying the earth. It shows that we as humans are oblivious to this and aren't trying to take action against reducing our ecological footprint.

Inspiring the next generation of ocean caretakers: From The Bow Seat  Ocean Awareness Student Contest Art • Essay • Advocacy

Inspiring the next generation of ocean caretakers: From The Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Student Contest Art

... British artist Tim Pugh makes elaborate artwork on site out of sticks, leaves, pine cones, and other found materials in nature

Tim Pugh's nature art

British artist Tim Pugh makes elaborate artwork on site out of sticks, leaves, pine cones, and other found materials in nature. It sort of reminds me of Tibetan Buddhist sand paintings and Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty.

Matching the horizon with white binding on trees. Just bizarrely amazing.

earth n site artist to decorate sidewalks, bricks, trees, etc .Zander Olsen 'Tree Line'. Trees wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon.

CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/christo-and-jeanne-claude/ #ChristoandJeanneClaude #environmentalart #installations

CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/christo-and-jeanne-claude/ #ChristoandJeanneClaude #environmentalart #installations

Swiss environmental artist Sylvain Meyer made patterns around trees with pine needles

Sylvan Meyer creates interesting works in the Swiss forest. Here he designed patterns using pine needles and wood chips, creating a spooky Tim Burton vibe, which is also sometimes found in the work of Patrick Dougherty.

Here's something I find really beautiful, and the great thing is I'm not sure what it is, but that's the beauty of it! You don't have to understand art in order to like or appreciate it. This is another example of an artist who used materials found in nature to create something amazing such as this unique 3-D design.

Art in Nature Installation, Artist Example: Bronwyn Berman beach weaving .the wave .land art installation great texture ,shape and use of natural materials

Andy Goldsworthy, careful placement of leaves around its roots. This 2013 installation was for the Berrydown Foundation in Hampshire, England

Andy Goldsworthy: Natural Man

What appears to be an unearthly glow at the base of a sycamore tree is actually the careful placement of leaves around its roots. This 2013 installation was for the Berrydown Foundation in Hampshire, England.

Andy Goldwworthy Bracken, Cumbria 1982

Andy Goldsworthy, Bracken stripped down one side pinned to ground with slivers of bracken stalks,

Andy Goldsworthy style

I think this would work really well in Autumn, when children wouldn't need to pick as much growing stuff. I think the outlines could be re-used as well.

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