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"Nature's Artistry

Background imageBranch Collection: Four Cedar waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum) feeding on Crabapple (Malus sp) fruit, Ithaca

Four Cedar waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum) feeding on Crabapple (Malus sp) fruit, Ithaca, New York, USA, February

Background imageBranch Collection: USA, South Carolina, Charleston, Angel Oak

USA, South Carolina, Charleston, Angel Oak

Background imageBranch Collection: Red kite (Milvus milvus), two birds perching on a branch, one perching on top end of branch

Red kite (Milvus milvus), two birds perching on a branch, one perching on top end of branch, the other looking over shoulder

Background imageBranch Collection: Sir Winston Churchill statue and Big Ben, Parliament Square, Westminster, London

Sir Winston Churchill statue and Big Ben, Parliament Square, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBranch Collection: Dormouse - in Rowan Tree

Dormouse - in Rowan Tree
LBO-1226 DORMOUSE - IN ROWAN TREE Muscardinus avellanarius Ian Beames Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBranch Collection: Farmer and team of working horses plough a field

Farmer and team of working horses plough a field
A team of two heavy horses plough a field, watched by a large crow and a pet springer spaniel. Watercolour painting by Malcom Greensmith Date: circa 1980

Background imageBranch Collection: Great Tit, (Parus major, standing on a branch. Spain, Europe

Great Tit, (Parus major, standing on a branch. Spain, Europe
Nature reserve of the saw Mariola in Bocairent, Valencian Community, Spain

Background imageBranch Collection: Long-tailed tit

Long-tailed tit (Aegithalos caudatus) perching on a branch. This bird is very small, with a length of only 13-15 centimetres including its very long tail. It is found in most of Europe and Asia

Background imageBranch Collection: Busy street scene at Spitalfields, East End of London

Busy street scene at Spitalfields, East End of London
A busy street scene at Spitalfields in the East End of London. The location is the junction of Commercial Street and Brushfield Street. The building at the right is Spitalfields Market

Background imageBranch Collection: Desert Landscape with Cactus in Arizona

Desert Landscape with Cactus in Arizona
Saguaro and Blooming Prickly Pear Cactus in Arizona Desert Landscape

Background imageBranch Collection: Superb (Barraband) Parrot

Superb (Barraband) Parrot

Background imageBranch Collection: Ara ararauna, blue-and-yellow macaw

Ara ararauna, blue-and-yellow macaw
Plate 41, a watercolour from the John Reeves Collection of Zoological Drawings from Canton, China

Background imageBranch Collection: Charles Darwin in his evolutionary tree

Charles Darwin in his evolutionary tree. Caricature of the British naturalist Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882) sitting in his evolutionary tree

Background imageBranch Collection: Dove - in flight carrying olive branch in beak Digital Manipulation

Dove - in flight carrying olive branch in beak Digital Manipulation: added olive branch (Su) & background
JD-15558-M Dove - in flight carrying olive branch in beak peace digitally manipulated image John Daniels Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageBranch Collection: Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) portrait. Gamboa, Soberania National Park, Panama

Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) portrait. Gamboa, Soberania National Park, Panama

Background imageBranch Collection: Tawny Owl

Tawny Owl
A Tawny Owl (Strix aluco) perched on a branch. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageBranch Collection: Northern Goshawk -Accipiter gentilis-, Stubai Valley, Tyrol, Austria

Northern Goshawk -Accipiter gentilis-, Stubai Valley, Tyrol, Austria

Background imageBranch Collection: Oriolus oriolus, Eurasian golden oriole

Oriolus oriolus, Eurasian golden oriole
Plate 31 from John Goulds The Birds of Great Britain, Vol. 2 (1873). Hand coloured lithograph

Background imageBranch Collection: ALICE IN WONDERLAND, 1865. The Cheshire Cat. Illustration by John Tenniel from the first edition

ALICE IN WONDERLAND, 1865. The Cheshire Cat. Illustration by John Tenniel from the first edition of Lewis Carrolls Alices Adventures in Wonderland, 1865

Background imageBranch Collection: Phlomis fruticosa, Jerusalem Sage, densely branched shrub with yellow flowers

Phlomis fruticosa, Jerusalem Sage, densely branched shrub with yellow flowers

Background imageBranch Collection: Blue Bird (Bird Sirin) - Sergey Solomko

Blue Bird (Bird Sirin) - Sergey Solomko. Date: circa 1903

Background imageBranch Collection: Noisy Miners

Noisy Miners
A couple noisy miners playing and singing on the tree

Background imageBranch Collection: Calyptorhynchus funereus, yellow-tailed black cockatoo

Calyptorhynchus funereus, yellow-tailed black cockatoo
Watercolour 137 by Thomas Watling from the Watling Collection titled Banksian Cockatoo, native name Kar ratt

Background imageBranch Collection: Ara macao, scarlet macaw

Ara macao, scarlet macaw
Plate 25, a watercolour from the John Reeves Collection of Zoological Drawings from Canton, China

Background imageBranch Collection: Pharomachrus moccino, resplendent quetzal

Pharomachrus moccino, resplendent quetzal
Plate from John Goulds The Birds of New Guinea, (1875-1888). Hand coloured lithograph

Background imageBranch Collection: CHILI PEPPER, 1735. Line engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her book A Curious Herbal published

CHILI PEPPER, 1735. Line engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her book A Curious Herbal published in London, 1735

Background imageBranch Collection: Plumstead Common Road

Plumstead Common Road, showing (on the right, with the clock tower), the newly opened " Links" (1904) branch of the Royal Arsenal Co-Operative Society, still a " Co-Op" today

Background imageBranch Collection: Camellia Sinensis (Tea)

Camellia Sinensis (Tea)
or THEA SINENSIS branch of a TEA PLANT

Background imageBranch Collection: Colours derived from coal tar (colour litho)

Colours derived from coal tar (colour litho)
7185313 Colours derived from coal tar (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The range of wonderful colours derived from coal tar)

Background imageBranch Collection: Malurus splendens, Splendid Fairy Wren perched on a tree branch

Malurus splendens, Splendid Fairy Wren perched on a tree branch

Background imageBranch Collection: Resplendent Quetzal -Pharomacrus mocinno-, male, San Gerardo de Dota, Province of San Jose

Resplendent Quetzal -Pharomacrus mocinno-, male, San Gerardo de Dota, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica, Central America

Background imageBranch Collection: Snowy Owl, by John James Audubon

Snowy Owl, by John James Audubon
Snowy Owl, Strix Nyctea, by John James Audubon (1785-1851). A colour plate in The Birds of America: From Original Drawings. Date: 1827-1838

Background imageBranch Collection: The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland, beech tree avenue, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland, beech tree avenue, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBranch Collection: Nymphicus hollandicus, cockatiel

Nymphicus hollandicus, cockatiel
Plate 27 from Edward Lears Illustrations of the Family of Psittacidae or Parrots (1832). Hand coloured lithograph

Background imageBranch Collection: Neophema pulchella, turquoise parrot

Neophema pulchella, turquoise parrot
Watercolour 132 by Thomas Watling from the Watling Collection titled Turcosine Parrot

Background imageBranch Collection: CARDAMOM, 1735. The cardamon plant with seedpod. Line engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her

CARDAMOM, 1735. The cardamon plant with seedpod. Line engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her book A Curious Herbal published in London, 1735

Background imageBranch Collection: Red squirrel on a branch

Red squirrel on a branch
Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) on a branch. Photographed in the Cairngorms National Park, Scottish Highlands, in June

Background imageBranch Collection: English oak (Quercus robur) acorns

English oak (Quercus robur) acorns. Acorns forming on an English oak tree. This tree is also known as the pedunculate oak. Acorns are the fruit of the oak tree

Background imageBranch Collection: AUDUBON: HAWK. Merlin, or pigeon hawk (Falco columbarius), from John James Audubons The Birds of

AUDUBON: HAWK. Merlin, or pigeon hawk (Falco columbarius), from John James Audubons The Birds of America, 1827-1838

Background imageBranch Collection: Gardens at Gravetye Manor, near East Grinstead, Sussex

Gardens at Gravetye Manor, near East Grinstead, Sussex
View of the gardens at Gravetye Manor, near East Grinstead, West Sussex, showing daffodils growing in the foreground, and the Elizabethan manor house in the background

Background imageBranch Collection: Young Little Owl (Athene noctua) forms itself into a round shape, feeling at ease

Young Little Owl (Athene noctua) forms itself into a round shape, feeling at ease, The Netherlands, Gelderland

Background imageBranch Collection: Suffragette, The House That Man Built Banner

Suffragette, The House That Man Built Banner. Pro-Suffrage Viewpoint, showing suffragettes carrying a banner. Based on an actual banner

Background imageBranch Collection: Lightning storm

Lightning storm

Background imageBranch Collection: Japanese temple garden in autumn, Daigoji Temple, Kyoto, Japan, Asia

Japanese temple garden in autumn, Daigoji Temple, Kyoto, Japan, Asia

Background imageBranch Collection: The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland, beech tree avenue, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland, beech tree avenue, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBranch Collection: Picture No. 10983533

Picture No. 10983533
Hoopoe - adult pair Salamanca, Castilla y Leon, Spain (Upupa epops) Date:

Background imageBranch Collection: Picoides pubescens, downy woodpecker

Picoides pubescens, downy woodpecker
Plate 112 from John James Audubons Birds of America, original double elephant folio (1831-34), hand-coloured aquatint. Engraved, printed and coloured by R. Havell (& Son), London

Background imageBranch Collection: Accipiter gentilis, northern goshawk, Accipiter cooperii, Co

Accipiter gentilis, northern goshawk, Accipiter cooperii, Co
Plate 141 from John James Audubons Birds of America, original double elephant folio (1831-34), hand-coloured aquatint. Engraved, printed and coloured by R. Havell (& Son), London



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"Nature's Artistry: Exploring the Beauty of Branches Across the Globe" From the towering Angel Oak in South Carolina to the vibrant Harpy Eagle perched on a branch in Panama's Soberania National Park, branches have long captivated our imagination. In Charleston, USA, moss-draped branches create an enchanting canopy that transports us to another time. Meanwhile, a curious Dormouse finds solace amidst the comforting embrace of a Rowan Tree. Venturing into Arizona's desert landscape reveals resilient cacti standing tall on barren branches, showcasing nature's ability to thrive even in harsh conditions. In bustling Spitalfields, London, busy streets are lined with trees whose branches provide shade and respite for weary city dwellers. A Long-tailed tit delicately balances itself on a slender branch as it flits from tree to tree. And who can forget the vivid colors derived from coal tar that adorn lithographs depicting scenes both real and imagined? High above Austria's Stubai Valley, a majestic Northern Goshawk surveys its domain from atop a sturdy branch—a symbol of strength and power, and is here that Charles Darwin famously contemplated his evolutionary theories under the sheltering arms of an ancient tree. In flight across digital realms, doves carry olive branches as symbols of peace and hope—digital manipulations adding depth to their message. Finally, Sergey Solomko captures the ethereal beauty of Blue Birds (Bird Sirin), their delicate feathers contrasting against lush greenery and intricate branches. Whether they serve as homes for birds or canvases for artists' imaginations; whether they bear witness to scientific discoveries or offer moments of tranquility amidst chaos—the humble branch connects us all through its universal presence in landscapes around the world.