Alder & Amanita:

Jan 03

Poor things

Nov 30

Sweeet this is so interesting! Excited for the next batch!

Sweeet this is so interesting! Excited for the next batch!

Nov 27

omg this is so interesting! I
 cant wait for the next batch!

omg this is so interesting! I
cant wait for the next batch!

Nov 26

This is so cool! Cant wait for more!

This is so cool! Cant wait for more!

Nov 25

This is so awesome! Im excited for next 
ones!

This is so awesome! Im excited for next
ones!

Apr 22

graveyarddirt:

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!

graveyarddirt:

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!

Mar 19

aldaith:

Green leaves by *Niiveleggelja

aldaith:

Green leaves by *Niiveleggelja

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wild fruit (by skinnypictures)

wild fruit (by skinnypictures)

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Mar 08

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Feb 28

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andiwest:

A pause from the band. Entering into some hiking pictures :)

andiwest:

A pause from the band. Entering into some hiking pictures :)

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derivativeumwelt:

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