2mashtop grass on balcony

If you live in an apartment with a small balcony, you’ll know that sometimes the cold concrete floor is not the most welcoming of surfaces. You migh throw a few empty beer cans out there, or a friend might go out for some fresh air during a party, but have you ever thought of a way to put that space to a better use? Check out the creativity of this girl and what she did with her balcony!

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source: Imgur Reddit

14mashtop ansel adams wilderness

Ansel Adams is a name known for stunning photography. I’ve often just sat and stared at his photos on the wall in my office. Maybe you too find his images powerful and peaceful at the same time. Thats why when I came across this tribute to Ansel Adams by National Geographic photographer Pete Essick, I had to highlight his photos. Essick captured these images you see here, and I find he does pay a fine tribute to the great Ansel Adams. Enjoy.

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source: PetaPixel Boston.com

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1mashtop Oil Landscapes Erin Hanson

Artist Erin Hanson studied at UC Berkeley in both art and bioengineering. Quite a challenging combination if you ask me! After finishing college, Erin was once again inspired to create art after a visit to Red Rock Canyon. Amazingly, Erin then began to create one new painting every week and continues with her paintings today at eight years later. Have a look at some of her beautiful work here!

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source: http://erinhanson.com