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St. Mary of the Flower

As with human nature, Nature explores genuine invention. There is nothing naive about Nature’s creation – take, for instance, the wasp’s nest, abuzz with economy and perfect geometry, hanging from a branch, layers of paper-thin thatch, inside of which, hides … Continue reading

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