November 19th
October 9th f-featherbrain:



Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration
13.1903-1904
October 8th 
The yellow and gold stripes nearest the Gulf of Mexico coast represent rocks of Cenozoic age, younger than 65 million years. The southernmost green stripe labeled uK4 marks the Selma Group. The rocks between it and the dark green stripe of the Tuscaloosa Group, labeled uK1, all date from Late Cretaceous time, starting at about 95 million years ago.
The more resistant layers in this sequence crop out as long low ridges, steep on the north and gentle on the south, called cuestas. This part of Alabama formed in the shallow waters that have covered most of the central continent throughout geologic history.
The Tuscaloosa Group gives way to the compressed, folded rocks of the southernmost Appalachian Mountains to the northeast and the flat-lying limestones of the interior basins to the north. These different geologic elements give rise to a great variety of landscapes and plant communities, in what outsiders might consider a flat and uninteresting region.
October 5th f-featherbrain:

sisterwolf:

Alphonse Osbert

(1857-1939)
October 4th lualualua:

tree of life
October 4th speciesbarocus:

Virgil Solis - Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor.
October 3rd blastedheath:

Italian baroque style pietra dura panel
October 3rd f-featherbrain:

Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration
2.1898
October 2nd
October 2nd windypoplarsroom:

A. Wyeth
“Witching Hour”