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27 Times Food Was So Beautiful It Belonged In A Museum ~ agree on all but the potato.<<<gUYS I have really bad ocd and most of these are perfect Satisfying Pictures, Satisfying Video, Oddly Satisfying, Satisfying Things, Tierischer Humor, Funny Memes, Hilarious, Mind Blown, The Funny

27 Times Food Was So Beautiful It Belonged In A Museum

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Purchawka chropowata (Lycoperdon perlatum) ejecting spores More known as Puffball mushroom - I remember these from playing in the woods as kid. Puffball Mushroom, Mushroom Fungi, Mushroom Species, Wild Mushrooms, Stuffed Mushrooms, Trippy Mushrooms, Mushroom Pictures, Mushroom Images, Slime Mould

Ever since I was a kid, I liked coming across these outside. It's fun to stomp on them and watch the smoke come out. I haven't seen one in a really long time.

Laetiporus sulphureus, are commonly known as sulphur shelf, chicken of the woods, the chicken mushroom, or the chicken fungus because many think they taste like chicken. Edible Mushrooms, Wild Mushrooms, Stuffed Mushrooms, Chicken Mushrooms, Mushroom Art, Mushroom Fungi, Orange Mushroom, Fungi Images, Chicken Of The Woods

EduPic Fungi Images

Laetiporus is a genus of edible mushrooms found throughout much of the world. Some species, especially Laetiporus sulphureus, are commonly known as sulphur shelf, chicken of the woods, the chicken mushroom, or the chicken fungus because many think they taste like chicken.

windmill Delft Pottery Netherlands Find great vintage & antique finds at… Holland Windmills, Old Windmills, Netherlands Windmills, Holland Netherlands, Landscape Art, Landscape Photography, Travel Photography, Water Tower, Le Moulin

Schermerhorn; Windmills 2

In Schermerhorn that are used to empty a lake. The middle one is a museum now. For more information: www.museummolen.nl/

DIY Cat Toys-love the cardboard mice! Raising Kittens, Cats And Kittens, Cats Bus, Cat Crafts, Animal Crafts, Diy Pour Chien, Tshirt Garn, Homemade Cat Toys, Gatos Cats

CraftForest.com - Learning to craft one pin at a time.

Learning to craft one pin at a time.

A young girl from Zeeland, Netherlands We Are The World, People Around The World, Beautiful Children, Beautiful People, Folklore, Folk Costume, My Heritage, World Cultures, Traditional Dresses

Ze deed goede zaken .....

Ze deed goede zaken ...... Foto ingezonden in de rubriek Typisch Zeeuws op de fotoswebsite ZeelandNet Foto

 Wentke (overdress) from the town of Hindeloopen, Netherlands. Made of Indian chintz in various shades of blue on white, lined with linen.via Royal Library, National Library of the Netherlands 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Mode Costume, Period Outfit

'wentke' of 'winke' voor in de rouw, Hindeloopen

'wentke' of 'winke' voor in de rouw, Hindeloopen. From the collection: Regional Costumes in the Netherlands. Date of creation: 1750 - 1800

lange vrouwenjas of 'wentke', Hindeloopen. From the collection: Regional Costumes in the Netherlands. Date of creation: 1725 - 1750 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Dress, Textiles, Vintage Mode, Mode Outfits

lange vrouwenjas of 'wentke', Hindeloopen

lange vrouwenjas of 'wentke', Hindeloopen. From the collection: Regional Costumes in the Netherlands. Date of creation: 1725 - 1750

Front of wentke, made of Indian cotton chintz, lined with linen. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Textiles, Hijab Mode Inspiration, Crochet Shrug Pattern Free

Vrouwenjas (wentke) van Indiase sits, Hindeloopen

Vrouwenjas (wentke) van Indiase sits, Hindeloopen. Uit de collectie: Streekdrachten in Nederland. Vervaardigingsjaar: 1967

Klederdracht Hindeloopen, Friesland. Vrouwen in Hindelooper kostuum. Nederalnd, 1963. Bride Of Christ, Royal Clothing, Folk Costume, People Of The World, Traditional Dresses, Costume Design, Dance Wear, Netherlands, Folk Art

Klederdracht Hindeloopen, Friesland. Vrouwen in Hindelooper kostuum. Nederalnd, 1963.

Klederdracht Hindeloopen, Friesland. Vrouwen in Hindelooper kostuum. Nederalnd, 1963.

lange vrouwenjas of wentke, Hindeloopen. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Long Jackets For Women, Indigo, Folk Costume, Mature Fashion, Traditional Dresses

Traditional costume – Hindeloopen

I love traditional costumes, they’re fascinating. There is usually a very long tradition and history of how the clothing became a certain way. Also, a lot of the time, every piece of the cost…

lange vrouwenjas of 'wentke', Hindeloopen. From the collection: Regional Costumes in the Netherlands. Date of creation: 1725 - 1750 Modern Hijab Fashion, Mature Fashion, Timeless Fashion, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Dress, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Folk Costume, Costumes

Traditional costume – Hindeloopen

I love traditional costumes, they’re fascinating. There is usually a very long tradition and history of how the clothing became a certain way. Also, a lot of the time, every piece of the cost…

Print of a woman wearing Hindeloopen dress, probably The town of Hindeloopen in Friesland, the Netherlands, was well known for its highly distinctive forms of dress. Lausanne, Folk Costume, Costumes, Drag Clothing, Honduras, Chintz Fabric, Dutch Women, Period Outfit, Wild Style

Bloomsbury Fashion Central

Berg Fashion Library -- "Print of a woman wearing Hindeloopen regional dress, probably 1880s. The town of Hindeloopen in Friesland, the Netherlands, was well known for its highly distinctive forms of dress. The layered plain and patterned clothing that combined floral chintz and checked fabrics varied depending upon the marital status of the woman. Decorative ornaments also signified status, as did the carefully folded headdress. This type of regional dress gradually disappeared at the end…