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In Act. 3, Rusalka and Prince say their last goodbyes here. The mood is…

Land Art: Something we should see more of.

Portal Through The Woods by ~Asphodel-Foxx. [read a lot of fantasy books when I was kid, wishing I could find a portal to another land, and if I ever stumbled upon this in the woods I would have lost my mind]

Tree Art. Would be good image to go along with Andy Goldsworthy discussion.

living within limits: a collaboration with nature by david govedare and rachel dolezal documented by photographer shawn gust .

1970 Herat Mosque | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1970 Herat Mosque Masjed-Jameh (mosque) of Herat city, western Afghanistan. The photo shows one of the columns of western Shabestan. Shabestan (=nightland) is part of a mosque for sleeping or.

Andy Goldsworthy >> Goldsworthy does the most incredible work with Nature. One of my favorite Artists.

Outdoor wood log portal - art and awesome idea - imagine finding a secret garden beyond something like this! - curated by adam miller

Stone mandala--combine with lesson on Andy Goldsworthy

Breathtakingly beautiful flint stone mandala by Jos van Wunnik.I love nature art:)

MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL card

Mabel lucie attwell watering the fairies 1950 pub: valentines

Mary, Mary Quite Contrary --> Illustration portrays all aspects within the nursery rhyme through the images that have been used

Beautifully Illustrated Nursery Rhyme Land - Childrens Book - Hilda Boswell, Mary Mary Quite Contrary Illustration. This rhyme reminds me of my grandmother's love of gardening.

Nursery Rhyme Land illustrated by Hilda Boswell

This is my doll from the latest issue of 'Paper Doll Studio' - the quarterly magazine showcasing the work of OPDAG members (The Orig.

Tree trunks - Andy Goldsworthy  //I love this man's work :O //

Environmental Art

Andy Goldsworthy : environmental art "Incredible Serpentine Root", Andy Goldworthy, This piece by Andy Goldworthy is just really cool. It is a great example of environmental art, as it’s very transitory, one expects the sand to wash away at any moment.