Serpent Emerald Tree NFT

Created with Gravity Sketch for the PAOP and weekly VR Native for September 25th’s Tarot Events in Decentraland. VR Native Inspired by: Radermachera sinica, also called china doll, serpent tree or emerald tree, is an evergreen tree in the family Bignoniaceae, native to the subtropical mountain regions of southern China and Taiwan. In recent years,…

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9/11/21 Flowers

Today we honor the 20 year anniversary of 9/11 attack in NY. I watched the VR experience remembering 9/11 with the last survivor. I also attended a sound healing and read tarot online. The vibes were calm after 20 years and a reminder that we can heal. We will never forget-I know the moment is…

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Hoot 🦉 planter fan art #hoothouseproject

A little hoothouse project inspired fan art in the form of a decorative three owl bowl. I’ve been watching Hootie and Winkler raise their four Dax, Jin, San and Fiz on twitch for the last few weeks. Nature is fascinating 🐣👀 and beautiful in its messy mysterious ways… feeling grateful for everything today. Link to…

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Fairy landscapes

This photo series is an extension of the last post, Send me an Angel. I think these backgrounds invite fairy or angel drawings 🧚‍♀️. A couple of the photos feature backgrounds from my flying mermaid artwork. The colors in these are so bright and light. I put my favorite ones at the top. Do you…

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Inspiration from nature, Mammoth Lakes, Stanislaus National Forest, and Mt Tamalpais

These photos are from traveling in Mammoth Lakes, Stanislaus National Forest, and Mt Tamalpais. On this summer’s road trip I’m tuning into the van life community of adventure seekers who live on the road. Their miro mobile homes allow them the ability to work and enjoy recreational activities in the most remote areas. While I’m far from…

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360 photos of beach dog walk exploring holy rocks

There were lots of little crabs 🦀 hanging out in these little pools at the beach. I also found many rocks with holes. The rocks seem man made, but somehow Nature makes them. Do you know how and why it happens? Theoretically a composite of compressed materials, some much softer and washed away faster in…

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