Ich bin 52 Jahre alt und Modellbauer von Beruf. tumblr ist für mich eine riesige Ideensammlung und ich liebe es schöne Dinge zu finden, sie zu teilen und mit anderen sich darüber auszutauschen. Ein paar Dinge hier sind von mir selbst gemacht/fotografiert, alles andere im www gefunden. Wackelhölzer sind mein absoluter Favorit, die können sogar bei mir gekauft werden :-)

23rd September 2014

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23rd September 2014

Foto gerebloggt von i wanna jump out of my skin and watch the clouds mit 369.357 Anmerkungen

huberokororo:

♡ only the best posts of the best ♡

huberokororo:

♡ only the best posts of the best ♡

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21st September 2014

Foto gerebloggt von Rot My Bones mit 527 Anmerkungen

Quelle: theleoisallinthemind

18th September 2014

Foto gerebloggt von Pardon my french mit 5 Anmerkungen

Quelle: lememepasmal

17th September 2014

Foto gerebloggt von Pardon my french mit 142 Anmerkungen

gennyescsecsemo:

takarodj

gennyescsecsemo:

takarodj

Quelle: weirdnessisgood

16th September 2014

Bilderserie gerebloggt von Wood Is Good! mit 3.187 Anmerkungen

wood-is-good:

asylum-art:    Can piling logs be an art form? Yes, apparently. There are people out there who arrange huge piles of logs into beautiful pictures that will gradually disappear as they are burned throughout the cold winter months.

It can all seem a bit absurd until you realize that, depending on the type of wood and how they’re cut, logs actually present quite the variety of colors and textures for someone with the patience and the eye to take advantage of them. There are even art galleries that have showcased art like this. If you’ve been inspired to create your own log pile art, share it with us below!

  1. Created by Gary Tallman
  2. Image credits: Lyn / Neale
  3. Created by Gary Tallman
  4. Created by Gary Tallman
  5. credits:David Henry
  6. Created by:Gary Tallman
  7. Created by: Gyula Varnai
  8. Created by 

Quelle: asylum-art

16th September 2014

Bilderserie gerebloggt von thinx mit 2.743 Anmerkungen

mucholderthen:

Hairy Mycena
Macro Mycography by Steve Axfordsteveax1 ] on Flickr
All Rights Reserved

Closeups of tiny Mycena fungi. This species is (as yet) unidentified and is about 1cm high, though specimens do reach 2-3cm high and up to 4mm across the cap.

The hairs are infertile cells that appear to discourage predation by insects or small animals.

These were found near Booyong in northern NSW and are the first of this group of fungi that have been found in Australia.

Fungi [kingdom] → Basidiomycota [division] → Agaricomycetes [class] →
Agaricales [order] → Mycenaceae [family] → Mycena [genus]

Quelle: Flickr / steveaxford

16th September 2014

Foto gerebloggt von Woodturnings mit 92 Anmerkungen

ufansius:

Oak Vessels - Gareth Neal

ufansius:

Oak Vessels - Gareth Neal

Quelle: ufansius

14th September 2014

Foto gerebloggt von Woodworking Plans and Tools mit 10 Anmerkungen

woodworking-tools-and-plans:

via /r/woodworking

woodworking-tools-and-plans:

via /r/woodworking

14th September 2014

Foto gerebloggt von Fishstick Monkey mit 6 Anmerkungen

fishstickmonkey:

Machine of Indeterminacy (detail)Roxy Paine  (via It’s Nice That)

fishstickmonkey:

Machine of Indeterminacy (detail)
Roxy Paine
(via It’s Nice That)