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Perfection by miles-home  IFTTT 500px camping cooking dessert fire marshmallow tasty

Perfection by miles-home IFTTT 500px camping cooking dessert fire marshmallow tasty

Blog Post - Marshmallows - An Australian Bush Fire Special

Blog Post - Marshmallows - An Australian Bush Fire Special

known as fairy candles, black cohosh, black snake root.

known as fairy candles, black cohosh, black snake root.

Gingko | Gaia Herbs Farm | Brevard, NC

Gingko | Gaia Herbs Farm | Brevard, NC

Dandelion -  as flowers  - remind me "Dandelion wine" by Ray Bradbury - the moment, you feel you are alive..... the color...the smell...the feeling.  I read it as a kid.

Dandelion - as flowers - remind me "Dandelion wine" by Ray Bradbury - the moment, you feel you are alive..... the color...the smell...the feeling. I read it as a kid.

Aconitum lycoctonum flower

Aconitum lycoctonum flower

Bilberry (vaccinium Myrtillus) Flowers

Bilberry (vaccinium Myrtillus) Flowers

Gynko the oldest tree on earth !!!   [survived Hiroshima & 2 ice ages... good medicine... BK Thigpen]

Gynko the oldest tree on earth !!! [survived Hiroshima & 2 ice ages... good medicine... BK Thigpen]

Polygonum persicaria "Lady's Thumb"  The modern name of the redshank is Persicaria maculosa, where it was formerly Polygonum persicaria.  Like buckwheat, it is a member of the knotweed family or Polygonaceae, a family of flowering plants known informally as knotweed-, smartweed-, or buckwheat-family.  Native to Europe, it is an invasive species in the Great Lakes region where it was first spotted in 1843. (Wikipedia)

Polygonum persicaria "Lady's Thumb" The modern name of the redshank is Persicaria maculosa, where it was formerly Polygonum persicaria. Like buckwheat, it is a member of the knotweed family or Polygonaceae, a family of flowering plants known informally as knotweed-, smartweed-, or buckwheat-family. Native to Europe, it is an invasive species in the Great Lakes region where it was first spotted in 1843. (Wikipedia)

Fritillaria (snakes head), just a cool flower

Fritillaria (snakes head), just a cool flower

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