David Dinsley
More ideas from David
Antony Gormley: Blind Light, 2007. Southbank Centre (London). {Loved this exhibition!}

Antony Gormley: Blind Light An installation for recognizing known shapes/forms, for remembering lovable lovers' gestures, for playing to peekaboo, for knowing where you are.

| narabean: The Three Norns by SheWalksInSilence

The three Norns. Three divine beings who dwell within the Well of Urd beneath the great tree Yggdrasil. They carve the destinies of all living beings in. The Three Norns

Arranging a few old bricks on top of each other makes a simple insect house within minutes. The voids in each layer can be filled with old stems, twigs and other prunings collected from the garden. Bug hotel made from bricks and bamboo - © Lee Avison/GAP Photos - use leftover granite?

Arranging a few old bricks on top of each other makes a simple insect house within minutes. The voids in each layer can be filled with old stems, twigs and other prunings collected from the garden. Bug hotel made from bricks and bamboo - © Lee Avison/GAP

DIY: Mason Bee house (for a more productive garden!)

Masonry Bees that are so integral to our ecosystem. Unlike honeybees or bumble bees, the Masonry Bee is a solitary bee. It has no queen or worker bees. They don’t produce honey or beeswax. Other than mating, their soul purpose is to pollinate.