What a delightful looking plant that Mother Nature offers up to us today: Angelica Archangelica, also known as garden angelica, Holy Ghost, wild celery, and Norwegian angelica.
Woodcarving artist Janel Jacobson capture this delightful photograph of an oak gall. On a morning hike yesterday we saw a … More
Mother Nature proves it yet again in today’s MotD that, like me, she likes to create mandalas…it’s in her nature. … More
Here is a different take on the Yin Yang symbol…watching it being created on a 3-dimensional surface as posted by The Resonance Project on their youtube.com page. I love watching how in a very mathematical way they create this most beautiful and spiritual symbols.
Mandalma of “Mandal’arte ~ mandalas na natureza” on facebook, recently posted this reverse shadow of a mandala onto a tree. What a cool idea! And the cat is a delightful added touch to the scene.
Laniesse of Corvallis captured this amazing up-close-and-personal photo of a bee doing its thing on this beautiful sunflower. While the whole flower (petals and all) certainly qualify as a mandala, the round center of the flower absolutely is so.
Al Mullen (BigCityAl) photographed this beautiful dahlia which goes by the name “Night Queen.” I love the deep rich color of this flower, with its rounded petals complemented nicely with the green foliage behind it.