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Psalm 139 (King James Version)

"I know not how I may seem to others, but to myself I am but a small child
wandering
upon the vast shores of knowledge, every now and then finding a small bright pebble to content myself with." -- Plato

I keep this blog to keep me inspired. My favorite language is collage.

betweenthewoodsandthewater:

A hut for hikers near the Salamajärvi national park in Finland. This old farmhouse was previously occupied by the forest ranger. Submitted by Iiro Naukkarinen.
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betweenthewoodsandthewater:

A hut for hikers near the Salamajärvi national park in Finland. This old farmhouse was previously occupied by the forest ranger. Submitted by Iiro Naukkarinen.

(Source: cabinporn)

thoughtslikeskyscrapers:

As we are looking for a new home, I fantasize about the future.
It looks like very similar this. Just needs a dog and a rocker.

absolute perfection. that door is stellar, the porch divine View high resolution

thoughtslikeskyscrapers:

As we are looking for a new home, I fantasize about the future.

It looks like very similar this. Just needs a dog and a rocker.

absolute perfection. that door is stellar, the porch divine

(Source: chrisofficialblog, via scarletescape)

forestfeast:

The garden is beginning to fruit and the berries are ripening on the vine. As the afternoon sun pours into the cabin, we prepare for a meal outdoors.

By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast

Photo of Erin in the kitchen is by Hank Jacobs

betweenthewoodsandthewater:

On Flathead Lake in Montana, Mimi London transformed a “funny little shack” from the 1930s into a rustic refuge for Connie and Martin Stone. “I did it in about two weeks—it was as if I were possessed,” says the designer, whose own line shack across the lake was inspiration.

The foreman built simple shelves for the indoor serving area, which is used during winter. “They’re designed to allow your shoulders to drop, your neck to relax,” explains London. “This is a place where chores are slow, quiet and therapeutic.”

“Mimi’s talent is that she creates an intimate and nurturing environment just instinctively,” says Connie Stone. “When I walked into that space, it felt like somebody had lived in it for 30 years.”

Read more: http://www.architecturaldigest.com/homes/homes/2008/06/london_article#ixzz1mLto9fcQ

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