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thesilicontribesman · a day ago
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Dunfallandy Pictish Stone, Pitlochry, Scotland
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lionofchaeronea · 5 hours ago
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Ancient Egyptian limestone offering table. Artist unknown; ca. 2040 BCE (Middle Kingdom). Now in the Cleveland Museum of Art.
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vintagehomecollection · 2 months ago
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Streams should always look natural and this example uses a butyl liner that is cleverly disguised.
Creative Gardens, 1986
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cloudlikeclownery · 4 months ago
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1five1two · a year ago
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One of the churches at Geghard Monastery in Goght, Armenia. 4th Century.
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pointandshooter · 4 months ago
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photo: David Castenson
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kiteknots · 3 months ago
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Demure // Glasgow
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nerviovago · 2 months ago
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Seljuk stonework at the Twin Minaret Madrasa, built in the 13th century in Erzurum, Turkey.
Photo: Dick Osseman
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jaubaius · 7 months ago
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Incredible stone art!
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ash-elizabeth-art · 2 months ago
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Sleepy Hollow, NY, October 2021
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blogfanreborn777 · 9 months ago
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Frostgrave Folio by Dmitry Burmak
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thesilicontribesman · a day ago
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Dunfallandy Pictish Stone, Pitlochry, Scotland.
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lionofchaeronea · a month ago
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Ancient Egyptian limestone plaque with the head of a crocodile, perhaps representing the deity Sobek. Artist unknown; 664-525 BCE (26th [Saite] Dynasty, Late Period). Now in the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Photo credit: Mary Harrsch/Wikimedia Commons.
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vintagehomecollection · 23 days ago
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Enclosed walkway. Closely-spaced pergola beams and plant-supporting wall battens, stained to match, increase the feeling of enclosure in the existing side garden.
The Garden Book, 1984
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life-of-architecture · a month ago
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Kraków Wieża Ratuszowa, XV w. foto z 28 listopada 2019
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Kraków, Poland Town Hall Tower, 15th c. taken on 28 November 2019
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dwarvenaesthetic · 5 months ago
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McGill Library
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ahedderick · 6 months ago
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   OK, I’m massively frustrated with the university shenanigans and getting nowhere fast, so I’m going to take refuge in Tumblr.
   A few days ago I posted about the bee balm blooming out front. Some of my followers noted the stone wall in the picture, so I’ll tell you how that happened:
   Late ‘90s we had to dig up around the whole foundation of the house to waterproof it, plus dig up an extensive portion of the yard to install a septic tank. While everything was all dug up, we ‘harvested’ stone and set it aside for other projects. Since our soil here is about one-third stone by volume, we ended up with PLENTY of rocks of all sizes.
   Once the waterproofing was done and the dirt was all put back, we started making stone walls here and there!
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These picture are from around 1997 or 98.
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 -versus this year!
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kiteknots · 3 months ago
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Cross // Rosslyn 
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1five1two · a year ago
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Relief on the Ruined 12th century Teghenyats Monastery in Armenia.
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trinityslyle · 6 months ago
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Lovely water lands with bridges, greenery, and mountains 😍🌊⛲️🏔🌳
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