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Germany based artist Walter Mason has special skills to create really imaginative pieces of land art. He then let nature do the erasing! (leaf pile)

Walter Mason Land Art

Walter Mason: Elm leaves stitched together with pine needles floating in the lee of an island on a calm sunday morning.

Círculo del amanecer

MARTIN HILL Sunrise circle Part of an extensive collection of photos. "Raupo stems pushed into the lakebed and photographed at sunrise to catch the light and calm water for the reflection. Kidds Bush, Lake Hawea, Central Otago, New Zealand.

Mysterious Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand

Moeraki Boulders, sphere rock formations from ancient times discovered in NZ, aka dragon eggs.

water drops - natures jewelry!

The beauty of water droplets – in pictures

Using special lenses, Andrew is able to magnify the macro world and the jewel-like properties that water can exhibit photo by Andrew Osokin/Rex Features

Sand under a microscope. You will never look at sand the same way ever again :)

Sand under a microscope

Funny pictures about Sand under a microscope. Oh, and cool pics about Sand under a microscope. Also, Sand under a microscope photos.

art place japan

art place japan (The Jealous Curator)

Every three years, 300 square miles of land in northwestern Japan are transformed into the most ambitious and largest-scale art installation in the world: the Echigo-Tsumari Art Field.

Land Art                Walter Mason

Walter Mason-yellow birch leave zigzag against black shed interior

Spinifex is a recent sculpture by Australian artist Corey Thomas. The piece was constructed from local tree branches and other plant material before being air-lifted with a helicopter into Croajingolong National Park in Victoria. You can see a short video about Corey’s process.

Giant Tree Branch Sculpture Installed at Croajingolong National Park by Corey Thomas Spinifex is a recent sculpture by Australian artist Corey Thomas

: Cracks With Purpose

Instead of redoing your cracked concrete. Fill it with decorative glass, rock, flagstone, marbles. Options are endless! Then sponge a concrete grout

La Métamorphose Du Cercle by Pierre Lucas on Art Limited

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