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craigbear:

Snow and Light
Image Credit: Runa Johan

craigbear:

Snow and Light

Image Credit: Runa Johan

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libutron:

Vigna caracalla | ©teufelist
Also known as Snail Flower, Corkscrew Flower, Snail Bean or Snail vine, Vigna caracalla (Fabaceae) is a tender perennial with striking purplish-blue and white, highly fragrant flowers. It was introduced into European gardens from its native South America in the eighteenth century [1].
Currently the recognized scientific name of this species is Cochliasanthus caracalla [2].

libutron:

Vigna caracalla | ©teufelist

Also known as Snail Flower, Corkscrew Flower, Snail Bean or Snail vine, Vigna caracalla (Fabaceae) is a tender perennial with striking purplish-blue and white, highly fragrant flowers. It was introduced into European gardens from its native South America in the eighteenth century [1].

Currently the recognized scientific name of this species is Cochliasanthus caracalla [2].

(via fabulouslyfreespirited)


Claude Monet, Storm at Belle-Isle

Claude Monet, Storm at Belle-Isle

(Source: deadpaint, via mamaatheist)

craigbear:

Snow and Light
Image Credit: Runa Johan

craigbear:

Snow and Light

Image Credit: Runa Johan

(via thenewenlightenmentage)

artchipel:

Gosia Herba - In a Forest, Dark and Deep Fairy Tale. Gouache on canvas, 50x50 cm (2014)

artchipel:

Gosia Herba - In a Forest, Dark and Deep Fairy Tale. Gouache on canvas, 50x50 cm (2014)

(via versetheory)

libutron:

Vigna caracalla | ©teufelist
Also known as Snail Flower, Corkscrew Flower, Snail Bean or Snail vine, Vigna caracalla (Fabaceae) is a tender perennial with striking purplish-blue and white, highly fragrant flowers. It was introduced into European gardens from its native South America in the eighteenth century [1].
Currently the recognized scientific name of this species is Cochliasanthus caracalla [2].

libutron:

Vigna caracalla | ©teufelist

Also known as Snail Flower, Corkscrew Flower, Snail Bean or Snail vine, Vigna caracalla (Fabaceae) is a tender perennial with striking purplish-blue and white, highly fragrant flowers. It was introduced into European gardens from its native South America in the eighteenth century [1].

Currently the recognized scientific name of this species is Cochliasanthus caracalla [2].

(via fabulouslyfreespirited)

snowce:

Ellen Thesleff

snowce:

Ellen Thesleff

(Source: bofransson)

darkface:

A Trip to Padley Gorge (by Duncan Fawkes)

darkface:

A Trip to Padley Gorge (by Duncan Fawkes)

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Claude Monet, Storm at Belle-Isle

Claude Monet, Storm at Belle-Isle

(Source: deadpaint, via mamaatheist)

(Source: fat-birds, via bluepeapod)

highenoughtoseethesea:

Sa’Moana

highenoughtoseethesea:

Sa’Moana

(via kokohe)

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