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Peter Wileman - Indigo Dawn II More BTW, Check Out This Art Here: -- http://universalthroughput.imobileappsys.com/site2/

Artist: Peter Wileman Title: Indigo Dawn II Medium: Giclee Boxed Canvas Edition Copies: 95 Image Size: 30 x 30 Finish: Ready To Hang Register Interest

Natural Swimming Pools: Cleaning the Pool with Plants

Natural Swimming Pools: Cleaning the Pool with Plants

Beautiful digital art you could display in your classroom to facilitate discussion about global warming. You could present one of images and ask the students what they think it's trying to convey, no text is needed to spark discussion. Great way to get students interested and engaged in the topic.

The Amazing Digital Art of a Disillusioned Idealist

Illustrations by US based arist Wenqing Yan. Wenqing is a Practice of Art major at UC Berkeley with a focus on environmentalism and cyber activism. She specializes in digital art but also enjoy traditional watercolor, sculpting, and origami.

The headboard my husband made me out of reclaimed barn lumber and candle lanterns. Love it!!

The headboard my husband made me out of reclaimed barn lumber and candle lanterns. Love it! Love the outlet in the headboard

Devils Marble, Australia

Devils Marble, Australia

Gorgeous pattern!! I'd love to look out in my field & see him standing there. <3

Gorgeous pattern!! I'd love to look out in my field & see him standing there. <3

Photography of nature that reminds us to keep it simple. Nature is amazing at reminding of how life moves effortlessly. More on our stories of the lessons we observed by embedding ourselves in nature will soon land on https://itsmypleasure.com.au

Signs that Spring Has Sprung in LA

The Most Majestic Trees In The World! Jacaranda Trees in Bloom and View of a Street After Rain, Pretoria South Africa

Santa Marta, Colombia -- La Ciudad Perdida (The Lost City). Hidden (literally) in the crevices of northern Colombia’s Santa Marta Sierra Nevada mountain range, La Ciudad Perdida was built by the Tayrona people around 800 AD. Although built approximately 600 years before Machu Picchu, it was “discovered” by looters on the hunt for treasure in 1975 (60 years after Machu Picchu’s “discovery”).

Santa Marta, Colombia -- La Ciudad Perdida (The Lost City). Hidden (literally) in the crevices of northern Colombia’s Santa Marta Sierra Nevada mountain range, La Ciudad Perdida was built by the Tayrona people around 800 AD.

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