Photograph by Katerina Plotnikova.
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les-sources-du-nil:

"Gensang root grown in the garden of Jacob Winkler, Worden, Wisconsin, harvested in the year 1909"
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3wings:

Karl Blossfeldt
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talisman:

Asa Smith. Celestial Illustration from Smith’s Illustrated Astronomy. 1851.
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elyssediamond:

Düsseldorf. Internationale Kunst und Gartenbau Ausstellung (poster)Joseph Adolph Lang1903
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Love this.
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There is beauty in a walk outside.  Each and every day.  Look a little closer.  I can see art.  Pic by E. Rogers.
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maudelynn:

The Dolly Sisters  wearing the “New English fad of wearing sweetheart’s silhouettes close to the heart” 
via ebay.com
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The Polyphemus Moth was the inspiration behind the song “John’s Cocoons” by Michael McNevin.  Pretty.
http://www.michaelmcnevin.com/
hannaafekstrom:

dryad read in by CactisBoy on Flickr.
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Water, leaves, and bubbles.
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Oh my gosh!…. Roots!

Maria Grachvogel f/w 2013
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Opaque  by  andbamnan