This must be the most beautiful DIY tutorial I have ever seen. And it so happens to be in style of this weekend. Found on Ulicam, a very nice blog by Ulrika Kestere, photographer and illustrator. For the whole tutorial and lot’s of inspiration, click here.
That’s one of traditional egg coloring in Lithuania :) We do that every year :D And you always get different shapes and color. It’s always fun to peel of the onion shells to see the pattern :)
Natural food dyes for Easter
Fruits and vegetables give Easter eggs and foods safe, healthy color.
•Morning: awakening, new beginning, fertility, life direction.
•Daytime: growth, financial gains, good life, generosity.
•Midday: willpower, strength, sustenance, perseverance, overcoming obstacles.
•Twilight: change, receptiveness, parenting, moving between the worlds.
• Evening: camaraderie, spirituality, joy, pleasure, family gatherings, children, play.
•Late Night: occult learning: increase knowledge/wisdom, enlightenment, creativity.
•Midnight: releasing, recuperation, recovery, closings, endings.
Source: Grimoire for the Green Witch: A Complete Book of Shadows by Ann Moura
All photos are my own. 22 | Canada Use the search or tags page if you’re looking for something…
Hey dudes! My new photography-specific sideblog is up now!
Nothing on it just yet, so the tags/search are ineffective right now, but go give it a follow because I’m going to be posting new work over there from now on!
I might reblog some of the bigger hits from this blog as well, just so they’re there.
Pass this around so people know where all my photos are going!
If you like lots of wicked photos (including nature photos that are super gorgeous and calming) then you should definitely check out Daniel’s work. He has a ton of stuff up on his Facebook, and not to much on this new photography blog of his, but it’s definitely worth a follow.
State of Idaho plans to poison up to 4,000 Common Ravens.
Justification: Ravens prey on the eggs of the imperiled Greater Sage-Grouse. Yet of 19 reasons for the grouse’s declining numbers, predation by other wildlife comes in at #12. Providing protected areas and requiring sustainable land management are the most important ways to conserve the grouse, not killing avian predators.
(via: American Bird Conservancy)
It’s really close, please sign guys!
killing one species to ‘protect’ another is a horrible approach to anything. Have people not learned by now? And how many other animals would this inevitably poison? Ones that would also not only ingest the poison, but the poisoned bird carcasses.
What is wrong with people.
Crows and Ravens hold a sacred position in the Mythos of North America, they should be honored and revered not murdered.