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"Trust" - Black and White Nature Photography by Lynn Langmade - monochrome photo of a large black, white and silver butterfly on a child's hand.

"Trust" - Black and White Nature Photography by Lynn Langmade - monochrome photo of a large black, white and silver butterfly on a child's hand.

.  | Wild About Birds Nature Center in Layton, Utah sells everything to do with your #BackyardBirds and also offer tours on the Deseret Ranch, which is home to over 100 species of #birds!  For more information, go to http://wildaboutbirdsnaturecenter.com or call 801-779-BIRD.

. | Wild About Birds Nature Center in Layton, Utah sells everything to do with your #BackyardBirds and also offer tours on the Deseret Ranch, which is home to over 100 species of #birds! For more information, go to http://wildaboutbirdsnaturecenter.com or call 801-779-BIRD.

Citrus Series by Dennis Wotjkiewicz. Photorealistic fruit paintings Dennis Wojtkiewicz took his still-life paintings to another level when he decided to work with fruit. Attracted to the inside of pieces of everyday fruit—the seeds, veins, and the translucent flesh and color changes—Dennis renders them in large-scale using oil on canvas.

Citrus Series by Dennis Wotjkiewicz. Photorealistic fruit paintings Dennis Wojtkiewicz took his still-life paintings to another level when he decided to work with fruit. Attracted to the inside of pieces of everyday fruit—the seeds, veins, and the translucent flesh and color changes—Dennis renders them in large-scale using oil on canvas.

One of the best parts of early summer in Italy are the sunflowers. They go on for miles. Note to self: next time, pull over and run through them. :)

One of the best parts of early summer in Italy are the sunflowers. They go on for miles. Note to self: next time, pull over and run through them. :)