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Land Art: Val di Sella, Trento (Italia)

Nils-Udo (born is a Bavarian artist who has been creating environmental art since the when he moved away from painting and the studio and began to work with and in nature. “Even if I work parallel to nature and only intervene with the.

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

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

I love seeing rocks balanced like this... in fields, along the sides of roads. This is great spontaneous art.

This rock pagoda in a feng shui garden really stands out against the skyline. Would you have the patience to create something so intricate and fragile? (by Paul Volker) Reminds me of rides I took w/mother to see SD's "rock artist.

Another work by Andy Goldsworthy.  His art sculptures use nature as a medium and are temporal.

Stacked, broken, and scratched pebbles become works of art with the imagination and touch of artist Andy Goldsworthy. Circle of Stones Andy Goldsworthy…

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy, Woven branch circular arch, Langholm, Dumfriesshire, April 1986 (via Andy Goldsworthy Digital Catalogue)

scorched birch at kunstcentret silkeborg bad, denmark by stuart ian frost

By UK artist Stuart Frost.imagine if trees grew with patterned trunks such as this!

Andy Goldsworthy

Stacked Stone Wall Texture - Andrew Goldsworthy / Souls & Stonesmyself from work and life.

Yale Environment 360: A Town Made Almost Entirely Out Of Plastic Bottles is Being Built in Panama #recycle

Plastic Bottle Village demonstrates another approach to repurposing single-use bottles.

Ohmy! How cool would it be to stumble across something like this out in the middle of nowhere? You'd have to stop, and sit, and try to figure out what was being said to you!

Sweater tree, from 'living with limits: a collection with nature' by David Govedore and Rachel Dolezal, photographed by Shawn Gust.

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