Posts Tagged ‘nature’

h1

Wonder Wednesday

March 13, 2019

by Evelina Viola

h1

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!)

h1

Wonder Wednesday

February 6, 2019

Amazing pillars of rock and lush greenery from the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park…

by Zhu Xiao

h1

Philosophy Tuesday

January 22, 2019

“But mostly we just walked in companionable silence.  Which I think might be the meaning of life.  To be alongside people you love, fording the streams and climbing the hills together.”

John Green

h1

Wonder Wednesday

January 9, 2019

The beauty of a polar bear…

… framed in the beauty of the setting sun.

h1

Philosophy Tuesday

December 4, 2018

“When we try to pick out anything by itself,

we find it hitched to everything else in the universe.”

— John Muir

h1

Wonder Wednesday

November 7, 2018

The astounding beauty of the Faroe Islands…

photo by Karl ‘Shakur’ Ndieli