17th February 2012

Photo reblogged from Now I walk into the wild. with 2,203 notes

Safe Haven.

Safe Haven.

Tagged: naturetreessafe havensecuritypicturesphotography

Source: the-lotus-eaters

2nd October 2011

Photo reblogged from Mother Nature Network with 172 notes

mothernaturenetwork:

Free Spirit Spheres were created with the concept of “oneness” in mind, so the  floor, walls and ceiling create one continuous space unlike a  conventional building. They utilize biomimicry and are designed to fit  into a forest setting without altering it.
Want to see more homes with a view? Check out MNN’s list of the world’s most stunning treehouses.

mothernaturenetwork:

Free Spirit Spheres were created with the concept of “oneness” in mind, so the floor, walls and ceiling create one continuous space unlike a conventional building. They utilize biomimicry and are designed to fit into a forest setting without altering it.

Want to see more homes with a view? Check out MNN’s list of the world’s most stunning treehouses.

Tagged: treesforesttreehousearchitecturedesigngreen living

1st September 2011

Photo reblogged from NJ Wight Wildlife Photographer with 75 notes

njwight:

“Fiction  is like a spider’s web, attached ever so lightly perhaps, but still  attached to life at all four corners. Often the attachment is scarcely  perceptible.” ~Virginia Woolf

njwight:

Fiction is like a spider’s web, attached ever so lightly perhaps, but still attached to life at all four corners. Often the attachment is scarcely perceptible.” ~Virginia Woolf

Tagged: cobwebhomenaturespiderwebtreesquotefictionlife

9th August 2011

Photo reblogged from Mother Nature Network with 187 notes

Glad to finally see an article about this! I hope that every child could experience the beauty and honesty of nature. The world would be so much more forgiving…
mothernaturenetwork:

Did you know that 20% of American children have never climbed a tree? The UN says that because many young people are urbanized and alienated from nature, they may not realize the value of protecting natural ecosystems and species.
Too much TV and Internet harming biodiversity

Glad to finally see an article about this! I hope that every child could experience the beauty and honesty of nature. The world would be so much more forgiving…

mothernaturenetwork:

Did you know that 20% of American children have never climbed a tree? The UN says that because many young people are urbanized and alienated from nature, they may not realize the value of protecting natural ecosystems and species.

Too much TV and Internet harming biodiversity

Tagged: natureenvironmentchildrentrees