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Beautiful World, Beautiful Nature, Beautiful Places, Beautiful Norway, Beautiful Scenery, Lovely, Landscape Photography, Nature Photography, Stunning Photography

Norwegian Wave is a photograph by Andy Astbury which was uploaded on February 26th, 2012. The photograph may be purchased as wall art, home decor, apparel, phone cases, greeting cards, and more. All products are produced on-demand and shipped worldwide within 2 - 3 business days.

Vintage Sweaters, Long Sweaters, Recycle Water Bottles, Waste Clothing, Windy Day, Wardrobe Basics, Sweater Making, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Style

The first fisherman's sweaters made from a soft blend of recycled oyster shells, recycled water bottles, and natural lambswool. Inspired by vintage style and classic comfort, these garments boast thick ribbed cuffs and collars to promote thermal regulation and warmth for windy days among the great outdoors.

maria berbara
Healthy Thanksgiving Desserts, Paleo Holiday, Fall Dessert Recipes, Fall Desserts, Holiday Baking, Fall Recipes, Healthy Chocolate Recipes, Protein Bar Recipes, Dairy Free Chocolate

There is nothing better than curling up with a cozy latte and a pumpkin-filled snack on a crisp fall day, and when it comes to pumpkin-filled snacks, Trader Joe's takes the cake. But what if we could make the same Trader Joe's treats that we know and love, at home, with better-for-you ingredients? That's right, my Copycat Trader Joe's Pumpkin Granola Bark is a riff off of one of their new fall treats, but is made with rolled oats, a medley of seeds, and a creamy dairy-free chocolate coating…

Madeleine Mathis
Black-Eyed Pea Stew Southern Recipes Soul Food, Southern Cooking, Crockpot Recipes, Soup Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Cajun Recipes, Veggie Recipes, Free Recipes, Recipes

I’ve loved black-eyed peas since I was very small. Their texture delights me — smooth and plump outside, but creamy inside, endowing their broth with a richness even though each pea holds its shape, distinctly marked with that elegant eye. I disliked butterbeans and limas, and found English peas pretty but not worthy of attention unless they were filling the mashed potatoe mountain we called a bird’s nest.

Michelle Weber