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Ahavati said:Mirasmius Fungi.

It is indeed an amazing photo, of an amazing natural phenomenon.

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Had to cut a large part of an olive tree last year. It's been liying on the damp grass the last 6 months - and has got a beautiful moss growth - inspiring to me at least ...

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... and since it creates a natural arch when laid sideways on the ground, I'm thinking of incorporating it as a 'doorway' into a play-area for the grand-children ... and/or as a 'safe area' for tree-spirit-beings. No agenda on that last point; humans can only cultivate a possibility for nature-beings to come more into our lives. We need them in these dark days of the continuing destruction of Nature.

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Pic taken today of the blossom on the plum tree

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I would LOVE that mossy branch. Daffodils are coming up here. Spring is upon us. 🌷🌾🌻

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An image can speak to things on a much deeper level than words ever could. For example, this photo demonstrates Venus conjunct Mars in Aquarius? Beauty with the courage and strength to withstand the elements.

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Ahavati said:An image can speak to things on a much deeper level than words ever could. For example, this photo demonstrates Venus conjunct Mars in Aquarius? Beauty with the courage and strength to withstand the elements.

that's roses growing on some avenue, a flower-bed avenue ?

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Josh said:

that's roses growing on some avenue, a flower-bed avenue ?


You know, I didn't even care. All I saw was the association I mentioned. The perseverance of beauty in a tough world. It looks like AI to me. I could be wrong.

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Ahavati said:

You know, I didn't even care. All I saw was the association I mentioned. The perseverance of beauty in a tough world. It looks like AI to me. I could be wrong.


I haven't really yet woken up to the world of AI in art/photography. Looks like it from the perspective of my practical mind. Nice roses though. And I see the element of perserverance against the odds.

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Josh said:

I haven't really yet woken up to the world of AI in art/photography. Looks like it from the perspective of my practical mind. Nice roses though. And I see the element of perserverance against the odds.


Yep. Mars & Venus are currently traveling together. That image is a reflection of the journey ( in my mind's eye, anyway ).

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Amazing!

"This Raven was escorting the Red Tailed out of it's territory. A common site here. We have watched him escort a Great Horned Owl, Red Tailed Hawks, Black Vultures and last week a Bald Eagle! They always look surprised when he appears out of nowhere. And they all leave rather quickly."

Spirit Hawk Photography
via A Place Called Hope

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AMAZING! Needle felted wool Lifesized Jack hare SCULPTURE by Alla Rebrova!

That dog looks terrified but is actually smiling for the camera.


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Both the above pictures absolutely amazing -- and that's needle-felting at a supreme level. Do you know who did it?

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Josh said:Both the above pictures absolutely amazing -- and that's needle-felting at a supreme level. Do you know who did it?

Right?!  I thought it was REAL at first glance!

Alla Rebrova is the artist.

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Right?!  I thought it was REAL at first glance!

Alla Rebrova is the artist.


Thank you. (Yes, I thought they were real on first glance, too. Then the dog's front legs seemed a tad too long and the rabbit's ears a tad too tall - so I had a more careful look, and read 'the instructions').

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