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Jane Linders Feng Shui Photography
Frosty Morning
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On The Right Path
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To create vibrant energy and balance in all of areas of your home, use Feng Shui principles. Want to attract more prosperity? Introduce the feng shui elements of Wood in the Southeast area of your house. Need to improve your health? place wood feng shui elements in the East area of your home or office.
Jane Linders Feng Shui Photography
Victorian Bridge Forest Park St. Louis, MO
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I used my infrared camera to capture this Victorian bridge located in Forest Park in my home town of St. Louis, MO
“bathroom” — upglance
Jane Linders Feng Shui Photography
Snowflakes of Light
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Sherwood makes his luminaries out of up cycled coffee and soup cans. Each luminary is hand cut with an acetylene torch. Every luminary is unique and caste an enchanting glow in your home or garden. His environmentally friendly luminaries vary is size and shape. No two are alike. When grouped together the light makes snowflake patterns on your deck or patio. Perfect for indoor...More
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Find The Open Road
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In Feng Shui images of clouds bring wisdom and heavenly blessings. The soft blue tones also bring blessings of heaven into your home. This dre
Jane Linders Feng Shui Photography
Trees Are Poems
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"Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky. We fell them down and turn them into paper, that we may record our emptiness." -Kahlil Khalil Gibran Viewed from a distance, this image looks like a pair of lips. Lips that kissed the earth.
“lips” — nybrunette
Jane Linders Feng Shui Photography
Missouri Barn
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Couldn't resist breaking out my infrared camera to capture the stormy sky over this rustic barn in rural Missouri.
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Black and White
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Cell Block No. 3 captured at Missouri State Penitentiary.
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