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A ONU Meio Ambiente divulgou que, ao Sul de Copenhague, na Dinamarca, os escritórios de arquitetura Lendager Group e Årstiderne Arkitekter se uniram para a criação de um projeto bastante inovador.
Trata-se da UN17 Village – vila ecológica (fotos) que deve ficar pronta em 2023 e ocupará cinco quarteirões de moradias feitas com concreto, madeira e vidro reciclados.
O projeto de 35 mil metros quadrados e 400 residências será o lar de 830 pessoas. Esse complexo foi pensando nas mudanças climáticas, com áreas verdes que vão compensar a perda de vegetação e de biodiversidade em decorrência do crescimento urbano.
Além disso, estruturas de coleta da chuva permitirão reaproveitar 1,5 milhão de litros de água por ano, que será tratada e reutilizada na vila. O aquecimento da água será feito por meio de energia geotérmica e painéis solares. Cada prédio terá um jardim no telhado.
O projeto conta ainda com 3 mil metros quadrados de áreas comuns para os residentes e outras pessoas, além de um centro de conferências e um restaurante orgânico. Estufas, hortas e instalações para o compartilhamento de alimentos vão produzir comida suficiente para o fornecimento de 30 mil refeições por ano.
O nome da vila foi inspirado nos 17 Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável das Nações Unidas (ODS).
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Faces of the jungle - Spending time at home quarantining, passing the time with movies, tv shows and going through past trips and photos. Here is a set from the Bwindi Impenetrable forest in Uganda while hiking with the mountain gorillas. It was amazing to see them move so effortlessly through the dense forest that we struggled with.
Miss you London 😔
Bolo de sushi!
There are a few new prints up on my Society6 page. I tried to add the photos that most people were asking for, let me know if there is something you’d rather see up there. Link in bio. 🖤🤘
One time Matt and I went to go climb a mountain. We absorbed the golden light and our beer, chatting (mostly listening) to what seemed like half the town of 150 people, as they waited for the cover band to play across the street. I can’t recall who and I can’t help but think we missed out. We slept on the dirt, rose with the sun. Primal, in theory... but with modern technologies. Sufficient. Satisfactory. Something so ethereal about dawn in the hills. The sweet comfort of dew rolling off the flowers and aspen leaves, and the birds, likely discussing their dreams. That’ll warm you like nothing else. Get walking, we’ve got sky to stare at, rocks to talk to, water to drift with.
A nice black and white edit of the highland cow 🐮 got lots more to come soon
Vids on vids on vidsss🤭 Back to it w/ my brotha @rcg_humblekye like we never left🎥
“STAND DOWN” out now, Link in my biooo🤜🏼🤛🏼
Mit dem Wetter hatten wir letztes Jahr größtenteils während unserer Reise durch die Schweiz zu tun. Entweder gab es Niesel oder endlos viel Nebel 😍
These swirling, eroded sandstone boulders located in the arid desert of northwestern New Mexico evoke a feeling of standing on a planet from another world and being surrounded by alien creatures emerging from their cracked eggs shells. This area was once covered by an ancient sea and as the water receded it left behind a thick layer of jumbled sandstone, mudstone and shale that lay undisturbed for 50 million years. When 6,000 years ago the last ice age receded it carved the landscape into its current eerie shape.
At 999g, it's lightweight and has an excellent 24.5-hour battery.
Imagina quantas coisas que não enxergamos e pode existir, quantas nuances de áudio, cores, formas, aromas, sabores.
One of the comments I received when driving an electric car, is what happens when the battery is empty? The electric range is approximately 300 km, so I have never experienced an empty battery. If needed, there are fast-chargers located everywhere, that wil charge the battery up to 80% in about 30 minutes. While charging, I used my time to clean the car. ;) There are even Eco Pro driving modes, which makes the electric range even longer, depending on your preferences. Your drive is even more sustainable if you use sun and wind power to charge the car! Another significant benefit is the Silence you hear when driving the BMW i3. As soon as I drove off, it felt like the perfect mixture of power with an oasis of calmness since no accelerating engine can be heard, just a breeze of wind. 💨
#bmwi3fortheoceans #ontheroad #bornelectric #bmwi3 #spon
“Under the Same Sky” - Dawn
I called Varun (@settlesubtle | @a.vrun) and told him that I had a concept that I wanted to shoot with him, which was something similar to a self portrait based on the three important times of the day i.e Dawn, Afternoon and Dusk and he was like “Sounds Good, and it’s with you itna to kar hi sakta hu” and hence on May 16, 2020 this project was finally put into motion.
What you are seeing is that we have taken a Time Lapse of the day in Surat. Secondly a colour palette is generated by using the shades of the sky at that day in Surat and lastly is the outfit that we had put together using those tones and shot at the same time of the day in Nashik.
This series is a little too close to me for two reasons.
1. During this lockdown I have had a major creative block and for a while it got so bad that I couldn’t sleep because of it, so one of those nights I stayed up a till the first ray of light broke onto the horizon and left me in awe. It left me wondering how the sky is so dynamic based upon the geography of a person and that is how I was inspired to create this series.
2. Even though I had the concept ready, I was clueless how to go about it and when in doubt I prefer talking to people that are close to me and discuss how to structure these things and that is when @doclalit, @theconfusedhogger and @sachit_chainani came to my rescue. Each time that I was stuck they always gave me a fresh a perspective which helped to make things a lot better than they are right now.
After a month and a half of planning and execution, with joy I can say that I am really glad to have a lot of other people who were a constant support to me @__simran_kapoor, @blue_lune, @beyeshh and my family for bearing with my really crazy sleep schedule, random bursts of excitement and even video calls at odd hours just to share the progress.
Also Varun has always been one person with whom I have have felt that I can try a new concept without having to worry about how the final outcome would be, so thank you so much Mr. Vrun
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IMPORTANT EDIT: let’s make sure we participate in ALL elections, not just in November. All elections are significant.
Thank you all for the warm; the sweet; and the funny wishes on my birthday. I am grateful for all that life has gifted me. I have been given a great deal and love it all so much.
That said, there is something I want and need. Okay, maybe a few things. And on my birthday I will shamelessly ask for it. Join me for the party of the century. We’re gonna vote. Vote like our life depends on it. It does. Vote like our loved ones lives depended on it. They do. Vote like we cannot break this free fall without it. We can’t.
Starting NOW, let’s get ready and remain vigilant. When we see inequality; let’s point it out. When we hear hate; let’s shout it out. When we encounter bigotry, let’s condemn it. When we witness abuse; let’s report it. And if ever we benefit from inequity; let’s use that privilege to amplify these actions.
You’re all invited. Come as you are. Get here when you can just get here.
#ifnotnowwhen #ifnotusthenwho #blacklivesmatter #georgefloyd
Public transportation in the Himalayas 💙
Video by: @shubyatra
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"The Cygnus Wall" One of my new personal favorite images I have taken. Also, this image beats a record for most time spent capturing it. A total of 6 days to capture this image and another day to process it. I had to return out to the desert for 6 nights in a row and keep shooting the same object, capturing more information and getting more details until I reached a total of 15 hours of exposure time. This object becomes good to shoot around 12:30 so i only have about 4 hours a night to shoot it until the sun came up. Then I packed up, went home, came back the next day, and continued, on the last 2 nights I went out to Landers in the desert and shot this target which was nice cuz i didn't need to take down my telescope rig. Heres A little explanation on how this picture is created is. Unlike a regular camera that takes Red Blue and Green colors which account for all the colors on the visible spectrum, this image was taken using very narrow and specific wavelengths on our light spectrum, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Sulfer using filters to block out all unwanted wavelengths. Think of it like filters that only allow you to pick up blue light, then you change the filter and then you only get red light, except in this case i took 5 hours with only hydrogen light, 5 hours on oxygen light, and 5 hours on sulfer light. Then finally you put all these images together and you have an outcome like this.
The Cygnus Wall is a small portion of the North American Nebula (aka NGC 7000) in the constellation Cygnus. The nebula is approximately 1,500 light years from Earth, and the Cygnus Wall spans about 20 light years. The Wall is a huge star forming region in the nebula which is why its so bright and glowing. Those dark area is the thick galactic dust, so thick it wont let the light through. I think its quite brilliant.
Camera: ZWI ASI1600mm Cooled Monochrome
Lens: Explore Scientific 127mm Carbon Fiber Refractor
Focal Length: 952mm
Mount: Orion Atlas EQ-G
Guide Camera: ASI 120mm Planetary Camera
Guide Scope: Orion 60mm
Polar Align: Polemaster
30 x 10min Ha
30 x 10 min Sii
30 x 10 min Oiii
Total Exposure time: 15 hours
Westcoast to Eastcoast | one way only
Coming soon: Storms
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about previous trips. China always comes to mind and also the incredible experiences I’ve had there. Sunrise on the Great Wall is firmly at the top 🌸