Sweeet this is so interesting! Excited for the next batch!
omg this is so interesting! I
cant wait for the next batch!
This is so cool! Cant wait for more!
This is so awesome! Im excited for next
A Pysanka for my Easter Basket, by Nadia Starovoytova (via Yevshan)
A Ukrainian girl in folk costume admires a pysanka, as she prepares a basket for blessing. The fine details of the flowers framing the work, as well as birds, butterfly, chicks, and a church in the background glorify the joy and traditions of Ukrainian Easter! Over the centuries, and around the world, eggs have been a part of spring and Easter celebrations because of their association with rebirth and renewal. They are the oldest universal symbol associated with celebratory spring rituals. Coloring them is a spring tradition that also dates back to prehistory. In Ukraine, eggs were decorated and given as gifts, as good-luck talismans for the home. The tradition is continued in the art of pysanky.
My Ukrainian Easter print’s finally arrived! (<- A birthday gift from Italics.) Now that I’ve got my Alpha (Easter) and Omega (Harvest) it’s time to mat’n’frame the pair!
Green leaves by *Niiveleggelja
wild fruit (by skinnypictures)
(Source: earthsfollower, via mushroomsandmosses)
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A pause from the band. Entering into some hiking pictures :)
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