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Maxime Maufra  The banks of the pond  Rosporden

Maxime Maufra The banks of the pond Rosporden

Silently Across The Pond - Donna Young's devotion to startling jubilant color is contagious. Inspired by the French Masters, such as Monet, Matisse and Van Gogh, Donna invigorates her canvases in dynamic immediate brushstrokes. Sparkling tones used in her lush landscapes and opulent water reflections are layered with expressive rhythm. Her scenes are poetically textured with spirited energy and allow the viewer to connect to a stunning appreciation of our natural world.

Silently Across The Pond - Donna Young's devotion to startling jubilant color…

English Manor, Avalon, Warwickshire | OP Cindy Marcum | Unique Home Stays

A coracle which Welsh saints and others used to cross to Ireland, Cornwall and Brittany.

The ducks at the pond, Eltham, Melbourne, Australia

My dream! A place to write and think.as a little girl this was similar to the place I had created in my mind as a peaceful escape! -The ducks at the pond, Eltham, Melbourne, Australia

why add gravel to the bottom of the pond

When your customers ask why you add gravel to the bottom of the pond, do you pull up a chair and dive into a long, scientific explanation that leaves them

garden waterfalls do it yourself | Build a Natural Waterfall Pond for your Garden

Large recirculating waterfall moves over gallons per hour and drains from a wetland bio-filter above to pond below. Constructed by Natural Waterscapes.

Intriguing ... with the white clematis and roses encircling the brick pavers and dark waters of the pond; laden with lily pads.

White clematis and roses encircling brick pavers and dark waters of the pond, laden with lily pads.

Goose in the Pond, 34 x 27”, by Ruth B. McDowell. ©2015. Machine Pieced, Machine Quilted, Cotton Fabrics.

Goose in the Pond - a pair of brown Chinese Geese by Ruth McDowell 2015

The Pond (1950) / by L.S. Lowry

Lowry The Pond 1950 Oil on canvas support: 1143 x 1524 mm frame: 1410 x 1800 x 139 mm.

Trees, water, moon and semidarkness

The most expensive photograph ever sold - Edward Steichen - The Pond Moonlight (sold for

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