These DIY string light poles are extra sturdy and they look unlike any string light poles we've seen. Follow tutorial to make them yourself.

Unique DIY String Light Poles with Concrete Bases

Unique DIY String Light Poles with Concrete Base. These DIY string light poles are extra sturdy and they look unlike any string light poles we’ve seen, with tree trunks taking the place of wooden or metal poles in the concrete bases.

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Photography of nature that reminds us to keep it simple. Nature is amazing at reminding of how life moves effortlessly. More on our stories of the lessons we observed by embedding ourselves in nature will soon land.

Kaldiorg Park, Tallinn, Estonia (Explore short-term work adventures with Estonian #startups at https://jobbatical.com/explore/Estonia)

“A Path in the Forest” by Tetsuo Kondo is a Floating Woodland Trail in Estonia

"A Path in the Forest" by architect Tetsuo Kondo, temporary installation, Kadriorg Park, Tallinn, Estonia

OK, I have a confession to make upfront on this blog post. I’ve shamelessly abandoned all modesty and included my own bedroom in my favourite bedrooms of the year. I know, I know, sounds awfu…

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Simple and childlike in its style, Johannes Norlander's little house includes only essentials: windows, doors, maybe a little rain cover over the entrance. | Tiny Homes

Simple and childlike in its style, Johannes Norlander's little house includes only essentials: windows, doors, maybe a little rain cover over the entrance. Tiny Homes

Repovesi is one of Finland’s most popular national parks in the summer time, but when winter arrives, there is hardly anybody. November is perhaps the least popular month to go in the nature.…

Repovesi is one of Finland’s most popular national parks in the summer time, but when winter arrives, there is hardly anybody. November is perhaps the least popular month to go in the nature.…

Kuvahaun tulos haulle gate national park

Kuvahaun tulos haulle gate national park

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Giant Wooden Megaphones built by students of the Estonian Academy of Arts amplify nature's forest sounds

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