I Collect Things Of Nature Sometimes

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    More Like All The Time!

    I collect many things :D but my ultimate favorite is BONES. And I make jewelry out of the things I collect. I'll also pick up: Pretty sticks Leaves Feathers Nuts/Shells/Husks Pine cones Dried dead flours Special rocks And moooore!
    LoneWolfWanderer LoneWolfWanderer
    22-25, F
    Jan 23, 2012

    Seasson Of Spring

    Its the perfect season. its home to Halloween and thanksgiving while everyone decorates their homes and yards with pumpkins and goulish things. the leaves change colors and nature is so beautiful. the temperature isn’t too hot or cold with soft breezes and the air smells so...
    zermena zermena
    18-21
    Oct 6, 2010

    Time For A New Collection

    Many of us have a bowl full of stones, fossils and shells.  A collection of seedcases and leaves, or a vase displaying colorful feathers.  Somewhere along the way, during the many house moves, mine were discarded.  It must have been a while ago, as there is no memory of the...
    avatarunknown avatarunknown
    51-55, F
    8 Responses Jan 15, 2012

    Momentos Or Just Lovely Additions

    They reside in a lovely silver bowl given to me by a cherished neighbour for my 30th birthday.  My memory escapes me now as to where they all come from and I wonder if I should start labelling or cataloguing them.  But no.it's just a lovely reminder of my happy trails...
    LOOKINGINSPACE LOOKINGINSPACE
    41-45, F
    Jun 27, 2010

    I almost have a hoard of natural items.

    Bones, feathers, furs, seeds, shells, and some rocks. All of these are ethically sourced, of course though. I call it Vulture Culture. Scavenging natural items and keeping them. It helps me feel closer to nature and my natural place in the word. It especially helps when I cannot...
    Vicereine Vicereine
    70+, F
    Apr 30, 2014

    I Have An Autumn Leaf

    Since a child... I've always been one to come home with rocks, pebbles, acorns, flowers, and leaves. I have many cool stones and pebbles in my room, til this day. Many collected from when I was just a little girl. :-) Today, however... I was feeling good, after facing a huge...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Nov 10, 2009

    Nature's Blessings

    It started in childhood with crisp autumn walks out in the woods with my father and his Brittney Spaniels and English Setter puppies.  We would simply go out to train the dog and along the way my dad would point out the different trees.  He would say, "what kind of...
    fungirlmmm fungirlmmm
    46-50, F
    Nov 11, 2009

    Bones, Stones, Feathers And Seeds.

    I love to collect natures little treasures where ever it's allowed. Mostly on my own or friends private land. I never poach off of public lands or parks. Everyone should be able to enjoy these things. Not just private collectors, however well meaning. I've got a wonderful...
    sublimajik sublimajik
    56-60, F
    Nov 7, 2012

    Acorns

    Walking along tiny acorns all over the street pick one up feel the surface shake it play with it crack one open smell it. Is it edible? Pick up more; big ones little ones some with tops Hey! They come with three! Tiny faerie cups one two three!
    Lunae89 Lunae89
    26-30, F
    May 28, 2013

    I Love To Roam In The Mountains With Friends

    The last time we went out to listen to the wilderness was a few weeks ago now, after a gig in Carcassonne, we stopped on the way back to Toulouse, and went for a short walk in the darkness of the night before all scrambling and scrunching into our van to sleep. It was an especial...
    LaHuitreTare LaHuitreTare
    22-25, F
    1 Response Mar 28, 2012

    Life Is A Bowl Of Nature.

    some of the unusual looking, big seed pods, when roses turn to rosehips, the tops of acorns that look like little hats, small, smooth pieces of driftwood, tiny beach pebbles, these are the little treasures that i sometimes like to display in very old bowls.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Dec 30, 2009
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