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It feels like spring

It feels like spring

The first signs have arrived … it feels like spring! This photo of willow catkins is from the weblog of Mary Jo Hoffman. This blog posts one nature image, daily. In my pigeon coop spring already arrived. This young pigeon is a few hours old. The other egg…

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Patrick Dougherty landscape art

Patrick Dougherty landscape art

Recently I came across the beautiful organic sculptures by Patrick Dougherty. Patrick Dougherty, is an American landscape artist and you’ll find his work in many countries. Above his sculpture Roundabout in Dublin, Ireland. A gorgeous autumn image.  Simple Pleasures in Brunswick, UK. This one situated in the city is…

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Artist Hubert Duprat and his Caddisfly Larvae

Artist Hubert Duprat and his Caddisfly Larvae

This blogpost shows the collaboration between artist Hubert Duprat and Caddisfly Larvae (Trichoptera Caddis larvae). Together they build Aquatic Cocoons. from precious materials. Hubert provided the larvae of material such as gold, pearls and other small precious stones. With these materials the larvae build their Aquatic cocons….

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Frozen fog

Frozen fog

Walking the dogs in a fairytale landscape. For the last few days it was beautiful in the northern part of The Netherlands. It was terribly cold outside but the scenery and the trees with the white frozen fog were like a picture postcard.

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Edible flowers

Edible flowers

This is the third day in a row it rains! Too bad because I just got used to the warm weather, dividing my time between working in the studio, behind the computer and in the garden. And that suited me just fine. In the picture above…

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Riders on the storm and other things

Riders on the storm and other things

Calm before the storm? A few days ago when we came home from our holiday we were happily surprised by the abundance of flowers in our garden. And now there is a heavy storm predicted, it has already caused much damage in other parts of…

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Nature

Nature

May I introduce you to … a new series of necklaces is born … This is the first one, I’m happy with the result. The materials are all from nature, beech wood combined with the gray semi precious stone Hematite. I am sure you are going…

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Spring fever

Spring fever

The wood pigeons are cooing, crows chasing a buzzard out of their territory and I see some birds already inspecting nest boxes. This can’t be true, of course not, it’s much too early for spring fever. But the temperature today really felt like spring. I…

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The view from our atelier

The view from our atelier

The view from our atelier was so beautiful this morning. It was more freezing rain than snow but still … A downside of this kind of weather is that hardly any visitors stop by to visit our atelier to admire our jewelry. And who can blame…

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Tippi Degre

Tippi Degre

These pictures have been circulating for a while on the Internet. So they are not new and maybe you’ve already seen them. Occasionally I stumble upon the photos again and this time I decided to post about them, because they are so very special. With both…

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