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More and more I gravitate towards this sort of art. Uses no resources and leaves no mark. I love it...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/escher1/with/3459617973/

He's got a couple of books out I'd like to read, if the library will order them in for us.
 
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wow. these i like!

for the past several years ive been involved in a gathering in upstate NY of nature-based artists. everything from rustic furniture to willow-art ,gourds,wicca,natural dying, can be found  in this tribe. this artist would fit right in.

woodlanders.com is our group,  here are a few shots.
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I visited your link! Great photos! I really like the setting, it's very beautiful.. Nice shot! Thanks for sharing!
 
                                  
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Awesome link joy.... Never seen such kind of land art before. Its rare and intellectual. Those pics are just lovely.
 
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i always wanted  to make my yard look like something from  google earth view or airplane
 
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The photos posted at flickr are absolutely amazing. They gave me kind of an inspired boost-thank you!
 
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I agree. The flickr photos are inspiring.
 
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