blockpartypress 2:12am, 11 October 2007
I like to take pictures of nature to use as inspiration for later. Let me see some of your inspiring nature photos.

I'll get us started. Here's one of mine:

Another World

Here's the photo from the group's avatar:
Crafting 365/ Day 17 - Natural Elements Collage
SmithDryGoods PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by SmithDryGoods (member) 10 years ago
I went to a farmstand and got a bunch of inspired!

Decorative Corn

Mini pumpkins
m0lly74 PRO 10 years ago
Here's some of mine, from the Aussie garden:

Flower - Nyabing WA

Kangaroo Paws - Nyabing WA

Wildflowers from Perth Australia

Flower - Nyabing WA
knitsteel [deleted] 10 years ago
I'm working on a commission this week involving steel bamboo. Here's an inspiration shot from my own small stand of winter hardy bamboo .
bamboo inspiration
knitsteel [deleted] Posted 10 years ago. Edited by knitsteel (member) 10 years ago
Also, I've always found the thistle to be an inspiring form

rogue thistle
It's quite evocative, in different ways for different people

For example, I used the thistle in this sculptural cabinet form thistle cabinet
This now belongs to another artist that I traded with.
nanjodogz 10 years ago
These were taken in our yard at our Wisconsin home.


blockpartypress 10 years ago
Beautiful everyone! Thanks for sharing! I have thistles on my mind too knitsteel:

Floral Explosion
Jefita 10 years ago
I take all sorts of pictures, but don't get around to using as many as I mean too. I should fix that. Here are some random flowery things I liked.




(Yay! I figured out how to add photos!)
The Intuitive Garden 10 years ago
Rusty Leaves
knitsteel [deleted] 10 years ago
Jefita, what is the plant in the first photo you posted?
blockpartypress 10 years ago
Great pictures Jefita! I love all the tiny details.

Thanks for adding your gorgeous pic Intuitive!!
Lenareh™ 10 years ago
mga dahon

mga dahon

mayana leaf (back)

hello everyone just joined you in this group and above are my initial post..
Jefita 10 years ago
Knitsteel - I don't know. It was a plant I found along a river. I had never seen it before and I thought it was interesting.
blockpartypress 10 years ago
birdieoodle Posted 10 years ago. Edited by birdieoodle (member) 10 years ago
shemacgo 9 years ago
rockpool- nature at its best by shemacgo
felted bag inspired by rockpool by shemacgo
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