Forests are the gift of nature, but they are reducing day-by-day on our earth due to increase in population and industrial area. Forests are beautiful and amazing, so we presents some best selected wallpapers of sceneries in forests.
The road is the way that connects us between two places. Here are few of these beautiful roads photographs. In life everyone including the richest or the poor have from bumpy to smooth roads.
Terrariums are the perfect garden for any of you urban city dwellers desperate for a little green.
A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed container. It is a closed environment, and can actually be used to illustrate how an ecosystem works. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many different natural processes may be observed: such as photosynthesis, respiration, and the water cycle. The water in the terrarium is constantly recycled. As the moisture in the air condenses on the glass walls, it returns to the soil and is absorbed by the plants’ roots.
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Although it may seem like this collection is dedicated mainly for our female audience, it’s not true. Everyone loving flowers, colors, nature and mainly photography as an art should check today’s collection to get inspired. I may promise, you won’t be disappointed with the time spent scrolling through. My personal favorites are the landscape field photos, namely the Tulip Time by Kevin Pieper or Here comes the Summer by Michael Breitung. Enjoy it … and feel free to drop a comment or two.
Today everywhere there is a “Go Green” message given to us to keep the environment clean, Global warming and many other stuffs. Just to extend that very idea we decided to have a beautiful collection of Green Wallpapers for your desktops.
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Marion Bolognesi lives and works in New York City where she splits her time betweek accessories design and her personal passion for expressive, illustrative watercolor painting. She received a BFA with a focus in illustration from Massachusetts College of Art & Design in Boston in 2003 and has exhibited her painting and work around the globe.
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Symbiosis of nature and art has been seen many times, but never quite like this. The idea of a project that will embrace the two as separate categories but one idea has been culminating and growing over the years, unpressured and free. Finally it is ready to see the world and try to improve it. We proudly present to you – Ekowise.
More about “Acid design” here.
“This is just beside the house, its a small piece of the world, yet the view is always changing with various weather conditions and the time of day. I’ve seen this view more times than no other, still it’s never tiring and I think by returning often I’ve learned to appreciate the beauty in sights that are familiar.” Agnes Thor – Check out the full interview/travel guide at Global Yodel.