Sheep farming in Patagonia! 🐑🐑🐑
This month marks the start of a new holistic management in Patagonian farming... these 3.445 sheep (being counted in pic 2) are now being looked after by a Shepherd and moved strategically everyday to regenerate the land. 🐑
This probably means nothing to someone living in a city... I also had no idea about farming until I moved to Patagonia... and then married a sheep and cattle farmer so now I REALLY know all about it. 🌱
It’s hard to live in a city and know where your food or clothing truly comes from even if you try... since I am so fortunate to be learning about the in-depth process I want to start sharing it to hopefully teach the anyone on the World Wide Web who stumbles upon this!
Detail of a twenty four foot mural installation that went up in a waiting room of Dana Farber’s facility in Methuen, MA this week. I am amazed with how the detail of the three eight foot panels came out—you can read the time on the clock tower and see people crossing the street in downtown Lawrence, MA. Thanks to @autumncolordigital for printing.
The completion of Principal Tower is the final piece of the Principal Place masterplan, a comprehensively planned mixed-use scheme on the border of Shoreditch and the City of London that creates a thriving new neighbourhood, drawing on the rich industrial heritage of the area. It comprises a 15-storey office building that hosts the London headquarters for Amazon, alongside one of London’s tallest residential buildings, the 50-storey Principal Tower, with six eateries that wrap around the building at street level and a light bar, creating a 360-degree active frontage that extends the vibrancy of the City towards the north.
Back at my fav tree corridor yesterday with @jess.wandering. Can’t imagine better conditions than sun after snow... we drove in the night before, and stayed at the lodge (highly recommend Wuksachi Lodge) woke up to road closures, and quiet trails. ⛄️
While 2019 is slowly wrapping up and we are hanging in the limbo between Christmas and NYE we have way too much time to think. I want to spare you any end-of-the-year recaps and sentiments. But I do wanna say one thing: With all the changes and developments iHeartBerlin has gone through in its 12 years run, one constant thing that has always kept me happy and motivated in the last couple of years especially is my team. You are not just colleagues or co-writers to me, you are like a family to me. We are all so different, but we've managed to make iHeartBerlin our home and our common ground that brings us together. So of all the things that have influenced and contributed to this project and to my life for that matter, I am most grateful to having you guys @michalinagorajek@essenceofboho@claudioheartsberlin@ando_stagram@bkaraoglu 😍. I hope we will stay connected in this way for many years to come. And I'm always happy to bring new members in like we did this year with @nona_stopped_cinema (who took this photo of us) and @jewelzsea. And we do still miss you @stelulu 😢. Sending lots of love to all of you 😘😘😘
**NEW WEBSITE LIVE** (link in my bio). —— 1 order of business: 99.985% of you are viewing IG on your phone. While the new site’s mobile platform is great, in order to fully appreciate @codyscapes genius, pull it up on a laptop/desktop ----- For over a year, I’ve been bugging, harassing, stalking, offering to spoon, and generally annoying Cody Wilson in an attempt to get him to build me a new site. Why Cody? Because he’s brilliant at design and computers and a creative genius. My photographs are like me: exceedingly average. But my mediocre shots looked like total snarge on my previous site. (Yes, snarge is a word. Look it up). When Cody finally broke down 6 months ago and told me he was thinking about getting into the website building business, I gave him one small task. Make my images look sharp when viewed on my website. And just like that, Sharp Sites was born. Collaborating with me is no easy task. Cody has put in literally hundreds of hours of blood, sweat, and tears building this beast from the ground up. Every detail you see if his masterpiece. From my new logo (which is brilliant when you realize I’m a pilot) to the little shutter square and name that appears when you hover over an image in a gallery, the creative little touches he dreamed up have totally floored me. My photography is kind of like me on my wedding day. Take a plain looking guy out of his sweats and put him in some nice clothes, and you can fool a lot of people into thinking he's actually sort of handsome. Well, my images are now wearing a Prince Harry-inspired Royal Blue suit. I could not be more proud and honored to have the inaugural Sharp Site. I am 100% convinced that Cody’s new venture offers the best value in website creation in the world. Will you be the next proud owner of a Sharp Site?
Whould you use stone like this?
@architecture_hunter#architecture_hunter finds gems like these!
Designed and visualized by @ntviz, a loft design one can inspire to live in! Notice the lines, the textures, the colors.. it's so well set-out.
These weren't the ideal conditions for this image as I'd prefer the light background pines to be more obscured. However, I very much enjoyed the process of taking this photo. At first glance, it was utter chaos but some careful positioning introduced some interesting flow, shapes and interaction. I enjoy a simple and minimalist photo as much as the next person, but I'm a sucker for trying to make sense of the scenes that are often dismissed. I'll return to this spot next autumn and hopefully I'll capture the ideal version, but I wonder how big the holly tree and the tiny pine sapling will be by then.
Yesterday's sunset at Windansea beach. I originally went to photograph with @kamalavenkateshphotographyy at Tourmaline but didn't really like the scene. The tide was a bit too high for the rocks and then we moved north along the LJ Coast. Ended up at Windansea (what an amazing beach, definitely a favorite of mine) but didn't arrive until right at sunset, so was a bit rushed
I originally setup on the rock on the bottom right but got pummeled by the water so moved back a bit. I'm standing on a fairly large rock for this picture so was relatively safe from the waves. Also the view was better here anyway.