Daiva Kosinskaite's Nature Posts

Rye, which will later become bread. And so far they are maturing quietly in the fields ... ~ Rugiai, kurie vėliau taps duona. O kol kas jie laukuose ramiai…

I don't know the name of this tree, but it's so interesting - its fruit with wings, reminiscent of large insects ;) ~ Nežinau šio medžio pavadinimo, tačiau jis…

Red lily. One of the most beautiful lilies - large, wide-open flowers, rich orange color. It is not for nothing that these lilies are called fiery. ~ Raudonoji…

Wild poppies ... The most beautiful and romantic flowers of fields ... :) ~ Laukinės aguonos... Pačios gražiausios ir romantiškiausios laukų gėlės... :)

Buckwheat is a plant that blooms beautifully and can be used to make tea from its flowers. Buckwheat groats are nutritious, healthy and very tasty :) ~ Grikiai…

Beautiful blue eyed cornflower. The Latin name (Centaurea cyanus) was given the by the wise centaur Cheiron, who healed wounds with a decoction of its flowers…

Dandelions are thought to have evolved about 30 million years ago in Eurasia. Dandelions have been used by humans for food and as an herb for much of recorded…

I don't know this beautiful plant's name, but it is absolutelly amazing... ~ Nežinau šio gražaus augalo pavadinimo, tačiau jis iš tiesų nuostabus..

Beautiful sunny morning of september, early autumn. A fog - frequent companion o autumn... ~ Gražus saulėtas rugsėjo rytas, rudens pradžia. Rūkas - dažnas…
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