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Steinbrücken-Turm by paul.volker, via Flickr - Reminds me of yur little rock tower in Korea Mom!!

These rocks represent balance becasue even though its not identical on each side, the idea is symetrical.


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Neil Dawson sculpture

Neil Dawson's 'Horizons'

Neil Dawson sculpture, North Auckland, New Zealand. How is this real?

Matching the horizon with white binding on trees. Just bizarrely amazing.

Trees, wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon… hence the title of this beautiful work by Zander Olsen, Tree Line. We used to limewash apple trees.now its art.

Landart - Strijdom Van Der Merwe

Official homepage of South African land artist Strijdom van der Merwe. Strijdom uses found materials on-site to create installations, as well as create sculptures in response to a landscape, urban space or theme.

plywood tumors - Henrique Oliveira

amazing sculptural installations from Brazilian artist, Henrique Oliveira. The pieces encompass wood, hardware and paint techniques to create these astounding installations.

Trees ART ...  A series of drawings produced using drawing implements attached to the tips of tree branches, the wind’s effects on the tree, recorded on paper. Like signatures each drawing reveals the different qualities and characteristics of each tree.

TREE DRAWINGS! Tim Knowles Arbor Interpretations...

50 pens suspended from the branches of a Weeping Willow tree created a drawing on a canvas placed beneath the tree. The tree is the artist! Isn’t that a super cool and innovative idea!

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Sculpture by Andy Goldsworthy. Must have a go at this - can you imagine the dare of ducking beneath?

self-supporting stone arch by landscape installation artist Andy Goldsworthy

Coyote Negro: El Bosque Mágico

The forest of Oma, one of Basque artist Agustín Ibarrola’s best known works, is an example of “land art”, a creative trend that first appeared in the and which seeks to take art to nature and use the countryside as the artist’s frame, support and medium.