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"Val Ferret" Olio su cartone telato

"Val Ferret" Olio su cartone telato

"Tesero visto dall'Avisio" Olio su cartone telato

"Tesero visto dall'Avisio" Olio su cartone telato

Forest ruins, Karkonosze Mountains, Poland. Looks intriguing, doesn't it? Re-pinned by #Europass

Early medieval ruins in the mountain forests of Poland. European old growth forest lends mystery to any scene, especially one so ancient.

"Il Cervino" Olio su cartone telato

"Il Cervino" Olio su cartone telato

"Alto Adige" Olio su cartone telato

"Alto Adige" Olio su cartone telato

Snow White Reindeer

OP: "Moose in winter." The moose is thinking: "Could be worse. Could be Norway." (Accounting grumbles: "Hej, we resemble that remark. BTW Should we tell the moose that he's actually a reindeer?

"These are redwood and cedar cabins in the Welsh countryside inspired by alpine cabins and the Navajo people of the USA. It's stretching vernacular architecture a little but it's an interesting combination. [WARNING: This post contains nudity, but not much…]" -Natural Homes sharing

These are some of the natural buildings at Cae Mabon in Wales. The cordwood like facade is a technique called 'log stack wall'. To the right is a cedar hogan, a hexagonal log building traditional to the Navajo people in the USA with a pine corbelled roof

Jon Wassom; “Woman”

"Woman" - Jon Wassom {contemporary figurative impressionist artist yellow blonde abstract standing discreet nude female posterior back painting}

Watercolour Paintings, Art Nouveau, Art Art, Art Designs, Image Search, Portrait, Searching, Airbrush, Art

Funes in winter ~ Italy:

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Hohenzollern Castle, Hechingen, Germany

Hohenzollern Castle, Hechingen, Germany for some reason reminds me of Leonardo de Vinci

Richard Burlet

On a Shelf with No Paddle

Richard Burlet discovers the paradise, where dreams are colorful and bright, where the imagination is endless, where the sensation and emotion are exposed to us, as a gift from a unique master. (Reminiscent of Klimt)