This skeleton of dead branches marks the beginning of autumn

Autumn has really started in the Netherlands and the artwork fits Never2501  perfectly. He made of dead branches and leaves a huge skeleton.

This artwork was named in Cammino per Trasformarsi Nell’istante Presente , which loosely translated means “the move to change the present”. The skeleton features the cycle of life and the changing seasons. After the exuberant flowering of spring and summer, nature pulls back in the fall. Leaves fall from the trees and branches break off. All this dead matter again breeding ground for all the new life that we see in the fall.

This skeleton of dead branches marks the beginning of autumn

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The beauty of abandoned buildings

For the boarded-up windows and warning signs “Passage closed” is often hidden world, which is slowly absorbed by nature. The last 5 years of a photographer from London Rebecca Bathory spent traveling the world in search of the most beautiful abandoned buildings.

The beauty of abandoned buildings

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The World’s Largest Tree Relocation Machine

Making the landscape after the construction of large public buildings is always in demand in the market among construction companies. The fact that a relatively young trees are transported by special machines known in my all, and how to move a large tree 35 meters high at the age of 75 years?

Moving and Transplanting Trees with a Tree Spade

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10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

We all used to seeing graffiti on city walls or in urban facades. Certainly we’re not used to seeing them on the ground, on the mountains. And yet, the street artist in the name Saype recently completed a great work of art in the mountains of the region Leysin, Switzerland. The 10,000 square meter piece depicts a peasant lying on the earth in the area, with formal attire and hands behind her head enjoying the sun.The creation was on the ground, creating the image of the terrestrial plants, while the view from above is impressive.

10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

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The world’s first front reserve

The famous Norwegian artist Andreas Lee and the art project on the walls of residential complex “City quays” mystical animals. Graffiti on the facades of buildings recalls the importance of the symbiosis of man and nature. As to the idea of cultural Andreas close urbanism, he gladly gave the creators of the front gallery the opportunity to use any copyrighted images of animals and birds. Wild animals in suburban homes – one of WWF-scale projects of the program devoted to “Year of reserves” in Russia.

The famous Norwegian artist Andreas Lee project "City Park"

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Biologists explain why sunflowers turn to the Sun

A long time ago, people noticed that young sunflower flowers turn to follow the sun during the day and at night return to the starting position, to meet him again in the morning in the east. But until now, scientists were unable to uncover the mystery: what makes a plant to make your daily ritual and why over time, “worship” luminary stops?

Biologists explain why sunflowers turn to the Sun
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Art Herbarium — The nature in flowering portraits of mothers and daughters

Chicago-based mother-daughter duo Vicki and Brooke Rawlins are the founder of Sister Golden, an online boutique. The inspiration that they draw on a daily basis of all that surrounds them. Just walking around the neighborhood, they are gaining dry twigs, leaves, petals, buds – all that may seem normal trash. But this is not just a Herbarium, is an art, but also the most environmentally friendly for mom and daughter duo. All that goes into the bag with the Herbarium, becomes a part of their amazing portraits in which they embody portraits of Mother Nature itself.

Art Herbarium — The nature in flowering portraits of mothers and daughters

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Aerial Photography by Gabriel Scanu

Los Angeles based photographer Gabriel Scanu . Sea, sand, sun, greenery and paths with a composite artist who drew the pictures upside down or aerial view. Real life is crowded with these miniature works and artists which gives a different dimension to the mobility of nature, we can say that look at the upside-down color harmony in nature. Especially in our house with a separate sea breeze adds spaciousness traveling photographers in Spain, England, is in trips of to many countries such as America and Australia.

Gab’s 30 working astonishing composite colors of nature that we have compiled for you. You have good days.

Aerial Photography by Gabriel Scanu

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The Beauty of the Norwegian fjords and British photographer Paul Edmunson

British photographer Paul Edmundson moved to Norway at the age of 16 years, fell in love with the beauty of the picturesque north of the country. His love is embodied in the beautiful pictures that we offer you to look at.

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Sheer cliff evokes feelings of anxiety, which is smoothed thanks to the soothing calm azure waters of the fjord in the background.

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Hillary Fayle Working with freshly fallen Ginkgo leaves

She embroiders on the leaves and other natural elements. Hillary Waters Fayle transforms simple leaves into works of art, embroidering intricate patterns on them. Hillary wants to show the connection between nature and man.

Hillary Fayle Working with freshly fallen Ginkgo leaves

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