Celebrating nature, wildlife, art, wisdom, feminism, and cats. Life is beautiful.

Not all those who wander are lost

Celebrating nature, wildlife, art, wisdom, feminism, and cats. Life is beautiful.

lovepastels:

pale pink by e.kristina on Flickr.
778:

A morning sleepy cat in monastery of Meteora,Greece : メテオラ修道院の午前、眠りかかっている猫 (by k385_haffner)
cake-stuff:

Delicious cake, cookie, dessert & other sweet food inspiration @ http://cake-stuff.tumblr.com/
muirgilsdream:

Nature Printed Plants:  Henry Bradbury, The Ferns of Great Britain & Ireland by Thomas Moore.
Henry Bradbury (1831–1860) is best known for The Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland, by author Thomas Moore, published in 1855, using the new technique of nature printing invented by Alois Auer in 1852 and improved by Bradbury. The technique consisted of pressing a leafy specimen onto a thin, soft lead plate, leaving an intaglio impression with very fine detail. Bradbury had studied Auer’s discovery in Vienna and had patented his own version in London, without acknowledging that the idea had originated with Auer – which led to dire consequences.