Katsukawa Shunshō (勝川 春章), 1783.
9 versions of Morning on the Seine, by Claude Oscar Monet
Salvador Dali - Death Card
Wicked Plants by Amy Stewart
A source book of the world’s most deadly, dangerous and irritating plants. I originally bought it as a resource for story writing, I think this book would also serve well as a reference for any who use plants and herbs for curse work as well as what to look out for in your own garden.
Contains alternate names of plants, different categories of how dangerous each plant is with a mix of history. Also includes which plant is related to the other. I found this in the “Gardening” section of Chapters, but is probably easy to find in most book stores online and offline alike.
This is on my wishlist! I already have a couple books on poisonous plants, but I’ve been lusting over this one (and the other books in the series) for ages.
Yehliu Honeycomb Rock loacted in Yehliu Geopark . Honeycomb weathering, sometimes known as fretting, stone lattice, stone lace, miniature tafoni, and cavernous weathering, is a form of weathering common to arid or coastal granites, sandstones, and limestones.
Brett Whiteley (Australian, 1939-1992), The Divided Unity, 1974. Screenprint, 66.5 x 93.5 cm. Edition 63/70.
Dorota Jurczak (b. 1978, Warsaw, Poland) Woalka, 2009 Etching
Arie Zonneveld (Dutch, 1905-1941) - Dennebos Printmaking
climbed harney peak over the labor day weekend