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Surma and Mursi tribes of East Africa's Omo Valley.    Inspired by the wild trees, exotic flowers and lush vegetation of the area bordering Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan, these tribal people have created looks that put the most outlandish creations of Western catwalk couturiers to shame.

This youngster sports a floral headdress and a brightly painted face. Photos of lower Omo Valley people taken by Hans Silvester from his book: Natural Fashion: Tribal Decoration from Africa. Published by Thames and Hudson

pinterest stone installations in a forest - Google Search

♂ Environmental art land art Nature art Installation art at the edge of a forest. Made with branches, and wire rope. By Cornelia Konrads.

Andy Goldsworthy | Luminery's Journey

Inspiring environmental art below from Arte Sella, an international exhibition that takes place in the fields and woods of the Sella Valley in Italy. (We could do these on the paths here in the forest of OAS.

might be looking into building this I think for the kids...love, love, love it! too cute.

Nest Treehouse Why constrain your ideas to the traditional concept of a playhouse? This lovely little nest in a Virginia farm garden creates a natural space for children to gather and share secrets.

This is such a neat idea for the tree in the backyard

Elf house on a tree! That would be cute in the garden, especially in the tree over grown with ivy. How about some battery tea lights in the windows during outdoor parties. I hear the fairies/elves whispering "home school project" in my ear.

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Turn a tree stump into a “gnome home,” or fairy garden. Have to remember this for when I have tree stumps in my yard someday. or trees for that matter.