The word nature is derived from the Latin word natura, or "essential qualities, innate disposition", and in ancient times the word nature literally meant "birth". "Nature" refers to the phenomena of the physical world.
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wild folk studio This makes me think of my granddaughter, she loves simple wildflower bouquets.


The reproductive cycle of the chicken OR why you dont a rooster to lay an egg. (I love the last line: "If the rooster loves the chicken very much, he gives her a big hug.

They are adorable!

Gleeson and Glory have decided to be married in the birch copse at the Cottage, where they first fell in love. The grand-darling girls will want to be flower girls! The grand-darling boys will only be interested in the dinner menu!

Dream garden Pinned by Photography by Martine Sansoucy

Apple Time by LoretaThis artist truly captures the magic of Autumn. Please do not remove credits.

baskets of blueberries

matsqui blue farm blueberries and You can grow your own too OH Those Pancakes, Cakes, Cookies and All Fresh Pies from your Kitchen with No Artificial Ingredients

Littlefire was walking hen a cat came up from behind her.@Delaynie Chapman @Xx_Squirrelflight_xX

Ail des bois : plus subtil que l’ail classique, vertus et propriétes

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