Ruth Posthuma de Boer

Ruth Posthuma de Boer

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I have four sons so my life has pretty much revolved around them. Eldest lives on Gold Coast, Australia . I am learning Italian. I have been to college a
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Portal Through The Woods by ~Asphodel-Foxx.

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]

Spencer Byles made this Three Portals sculpture in a French Forest. "I feel my sculptures are only really completed when nature begins to take hold and gradually, over many months, begins to weave its way back into the materials. At this point it slowly becomes part of nature again and less a part of me."

Half the reason these fairytale-looking sculptures are so fascinating is because they have no intention of lasting forever, as artist Spencer Byles cleverly intended. While exploring the forests in the region of Alpes-Maritimes in France, he created sever

[Easy] Kanata Sleeveless Top - Free Crochet Pattern

[Easy] Kanata Sleeveless Top - Free Crochet Pattern

Sea Breeze Cover Up. Free Crochet Pattern for sizes S, M and L

Sea Breeze Cover Up. Free Crochet Pattern for sizes S, M and L

10 garden design tips to make the most of small spaces. How to make your small…

Try these 10 garden design tips for small gardens to help make your space look bigger! Small gardens will be transformed with these clever design illusions

Low level woodland plants: It's a trend seen at the new NEO Bankside development opposite London's Tate Modern, but this year we can expect to see more low level woodland-style planting mixing ferns, mosses, anemones and tufted grasses, says garden designer Adolfo Harrison MSGD. This will work particularly well in tricky, shaded city gardens. (Photo: Garden by Adolfo Harrison MSGD)  #plants #gardening #garden #gardendesign #trends

Low level woodland plants: It's a trend seen at the new NEO Bankside development opposite London's Tate Modern, but this year we can expect to see more low level woodland-style planting mixing ferns, mosses, anemones and tufted grasses, says garden designer Adolfo Harrison MSGD. This will work particularly well in tricky, shaded city gardens. (Photo: Garden by Adolfo Harrison MSGD) #plants #gardening #garden #gardendesign #trends