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Charles Rennie Mackintosh took the architecture world by storm when he combined a number of styles and came up with a distinctly art nouveau style. This is one of his stained glass window designs.

Stacked cheese to look like a wedding cake and other creative cake alternatives.

Using the smallest components from repurposed antique pocket watches and other time pieces, New-Jersey based artist Sue Beatrice of All Natural Arts assembles curious sculptures of animals and human figures.

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Flowerbed Car Ideas

Now that's what I call " flower power "...

Steampunk bird sculptures (and other cool stuff

Cornus sanguinea 'Winter Flame' Common Dogwood, Cornus 'Winter Beauty' Hardy Shrub Grown for its colourful winter stems, this spectacular Dogwood will really brighten up the garden during those cold, grey days. Cloaked in green foliage throughout summer, bears tiny white flowers followed by glossy black berries. By autumn the foliage turns to a fiery shade of red before falling to the ground to reveal spectacular orange, yellow and red stems Height: 3m (10’). Spread: 2.5m (8’).

The naked man orchid or Naked fairy orchid,scientific name Orchis italica its a purple flower that blooms in groups,means instead of blooming seperately all the flowers together make a group that looks like a bigger flower,like marigold and the flowers perfectly resemble a human shape with black eyes,two legs and hands,their other two petals look like wings or ears of that human shape.... don't this two flowers look like two fairies?

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photo of a gorgeous flower ~ what kind is this?

"We are sending you, dear flowers, Forth alone to die, Where your gentle sisters may not weep O'er the cold graves where you lie; But you go to bring them fadeless life In the bright homes where they dwell, And you softly smile that 't is so, As we sadly sing farewell."--LMA

front and back of a knitted oak leaf - free pattern, pdf available - many other interesting patterns on site