Explore Nature and more!

Love this nature craft that also combines outdoor time. "What do you see in the picture frame?" Great for any season!

Nature Crafts and Activities for Kids You Will Want To Do RIGHT Now

Cloud inspector (science for kids, weather activity). specially now that we are into looking at the clouds.

Aurora, Norway | by Wayne Pinkston ….Stay cheap and comfortable on your stopover in Oslo: www.airbnb.com/rooms/1036219?guests=2&s=ja99 and https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6808361

Aurora Borealis in Kitdalen, Norway. Canon camera, Nikon mm lens at 14 mm and f sec exposure, ISO Hope you enjoy! by Wayne Pinkston . Aurora boreali on night sky multicolor

Neutral natural and organic centerpieces with Manzanita branches and white blossoms | Photo: Vue Photography

Dame nature s'invite dans la déco ! - Floriane Lemarié

Neutral natural and organic centerpieces with Manzanita branches and white blossom. Photo by Vue Photography

Jewelry designer Stanislava Korobkova encases the delicate beauty of nature in vintage-style pendants.

Artist Encases Delicate Beauty of Nature in Tiffany-Glass Style Pendant Necklaces

Check the way to make a special photo charms, and add it into your Pandora bracelets. Jewelry designer Stanislava Korobkova encases the delicate beauty of nature in vintage-style pendants.

Nature Hunt Bingo - A super fun outdoor game for kids that encourages exploration of the world around them!

Nature Hunt Bingo

What Does Your Favorite Color Say About You? #Infographic #Colors #Psychology

What Does Your Favorite Color Say About You? #Infographic

Got a favorite color? Well, what does your favorite color say about you? Check this artistic infographic for answers and fascinating color facts. Important when choosing brand colors! Have to agree with what it says about my favorite color.

Image: Paul Cézanne - Still Life with Apples and a Tube of Paint

Cézanne - Still Life with Apples and a Tube of Paint. His art formed a bridge between late Impressionism and early Century Cubism.

smaller version of something similar for our kid? I like play areas like this because 1. they're more natural, 2. they allow for imagination to grow and 3. they can be incorporated into our landscape

Adding stumps and other balancing elements creates a sand play area that is so much more than just a sand box. This appeals to a much wider age range than a box of sand. Can become a fire pit when the kids get older.

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