flowers, palms and fronds
how’s your tuesday? i’m traveling with liz on a job in the keys. we’ve been friends for decades and work together whenever we can. it means road trips and good food, hard work and inappropriate laughs. in our room in the keys, the decor is tropical. botanical prints of various palm trees inspired me to pinterest search ‘botanical vintage’ and of course got lost in a world of renderings and illustrations.
panteek.com/Bloemwerk so much to the point i have 4% so have to go…i fell in love with so many of the flowers
panteek.com/Bloemwerk the colors, the sweetness of the ribbon
scientificillustration.tumblr.com-illustrations-of-himalayan the 1700 and 18o0s, when everything newly discovered was logged and experimented with for oils, remedies and properties
inland-delta.tumblr.com/post/98539246696/magnolia-illustration-from-mark-catesbys-the Magnolia illustration from Mark Catesby’s The natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, 1731-1743
From the Dodel-Port Atlas, a plant systematics wall chart series released between 1878 & 1883. flickr.com-bibliodysse
s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals, Traveller’s palm, Ravenala madagascariensis, illustrated by John Reeves (1774–1856) | Natural History Museum
ok gonna go before it quits on me! good night!