Posts Tagged ‘nature’

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Wonder Wednesday

April 10, 2019

The amazing poppy bloom here in California!

Source from dailyoverview.

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Wonder Wednesday

April 3, 2019

Kameiwa Cave, Chiba Perfecture, Kanto Region, Japan

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Architecture Monday

April 1, 2019

This is pretty much as it says on the tin!  The “Birch Moss Chapel” is indeed a chapel, made with birch and resting upon a bed of moss.  All ensconced within a copse of birch trees in a clearing of moss.

A fun little folly by Kengo Kuma and Associates.

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Wonder Wednesday

March 27, 2019

Crystalline beauty…

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Wonder Wednesday

March 20, 2019

Beauty often erupts…

… when you least expect it.

Photo by my parents!

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Wonder Wednesday

March 13, 2019

by Evelina Viola

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Architecture Monday

March 11, 2019

Alright, I gotta admit I’m very amused by this one.  Having designed a small bit of farming-type work (a honey extraction hut), it’s fun to see well designed agrarian structures.  And by well designed I mean not only in the aesthetic sense for the landscape and for the inhabitants but also in a way that makes the farming easier and is better all-around for the animals clucking around.

Simple materials with a simple, but thoughtful, design… once again showing you don’t need to break the bank to make something elegant and a joy to be around, and that good design is for everyone.  Even us chickens.

The oh so aptly and humorously named House of chickens by SO? Architecture and Ideas (which is also a fun name!)