Pak haji mau magriban bawa donat ya🤣 jadi kumisan deh @kaiattarsugiono 🤣🤣🤣. Horee cetakan udah dateng, jadi bentuknya udah cantik 🤣🤣🤣🤣donat oreo dan strawberry kesukaan Kai Juna. #dirumahaja #stayhome
No he tenido tiempo para aprender a hacer pan, ni para empezar el curso de Illustrator que compré por Domestika. Pero este fin de semana tuve un pequeño triunfo: logré fabricarle una baby mask a baby E para llevarla protegida en nuestro próximo paseo al vacunatorio. No me tomó demasiado tiempo y ocupé materiales disponibles en casa, así que si le interesa aprender a hacerle una mascarilla a su bebé o mascota, voy a dejar el paso a paso en las historias destacadas 😷💕
A selection of food-styling that we’ve shot over the last few years. These images continue to echo stillness (and yumminess) to me, a reminder of how soulful playing with food can be.
Trying different styles of photography during my career has really helped me to develop in all genres. Remember to not limit yourself by label-makers, always photograph what interests you, what makes you happy...it’s all the same process.
Open your eyes and your heart to every creative opportunity...
Entry 174 - home gardening continues🌸
I went out to do some clipping and managed to catch the only downpour in eons with my shoes half on. Hey ho! Got back inside with the loot and divvied it up, damp and sugar smelling.
Have you ever seen Rising Sun Flag? This pattern is not a design that simply symbolizes Japan. It was historically used as a flag that references past war crimes, meaning the same as the Hakenkreuz of Germany. However, the IOC and the Japanese government announced that they will allow the use of this Rising Sun Flag to cheer at 2020 Tokyo Olympics in July next year. If this wartime flag is appeared again and used for cheering, it will clearly be a violation of the value of the Olympic Games, the ‘World Peace’. Therefore, I hope to work together with netizens all around the world to continue the campaign to ban on the Rising Sun Flag so that it will never be used again on earth.
당신은 욱일기를 본 적이 있나요? 이 문양은 일본을 상징하는 디자인이 아닙니다. 역사적으로 독일의 하켄크로이츠와 같은 의미인 '전범기'로 사용됐습니다. 하지만 IOC와 일본 정부는 내년 7월에 개최되는 2020 도쿄 올림픽때 욱일기 응원을 허용한다는 입장입니다. 전쟁 범죄에 사용된 깃발을 다시금 꺼내서 응원에 사용한다면 올림픽 취지인 '세계 평화'와는 배치되는 행위입니다. 전 세계 네티즌들과 함께 다시는 지구상에서 욱일기가 사용되지 않도록 '퇴출 캠페인'을 꾸준히 펼쳐 나가길 희망합니다.
¿Ha visto alguna vez la bandera del Sol Naciente? Esta insignia no es un diseño que simboliza a Japón. Históricamente fue utilizada como una “insignia de guerra” con el mismo significado que la esvástica de Alemania. Pero el COI y el gobierno de Japón permitirán que se use esta bandera para animar durante los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio 2020 que tendrán lugar en julio del próximo año. Sacar nuevamente una bandera utilizada en los crímenes de guerra para animar es un acto que va en contra de la “paz mundial” que es un de los objetivos de los Juegos Olímpicos. Deseo que, aunando los esfuerzos de usuarios de la red de todo el mundo, se difunda tenazmente esta “campaña de retirada” para que no se vuelva a usar la bandera del Sol Naciente en ningún lugar de la Tierra.
Who wants to social distance on a rooftop?
Herdade da Cardeira by Embaixada
today up on archaic-mag.com 🧡 Photos by Simone Bossi
It's a difficult time right now, but the quarantine has some advantages too: it's a nice way to spend some time by yourself, away from the usual background noise. So #stayhome, everyone.
with @platon_yurich — —
Сейчас максимально непростое время, но в карантине есть много плюсов — это отличный способ побыть с собой наедине, вдалеке от вечного фонового шума. Так что #stayhome
Alright, alright, I forgot to feature a photo other than a herdy last week! It's more like From Herdies with Love here now! Ooh, there's an idea 🤔
Aaaaaanyhoo, without further ado, here's this week's gorgeous #herdythursday feature 🐑 😍
📸 Photo by: @here_._and_._there
Please check out this photographer's gallery and if you like what you see, go ahead and give them a well-deserved follow and show them the love!⠀⠀
Don’t forget to keep tagging your Lake District photos with #fromlakelandwithlove for a chance to feature.
IGOR is one year old today!
Thanks T for bringing me on, trusting my vision and in return making this one of the best projects I ever worked one.
Gonna play WHAT’S GOOD now.
Many people die at twenty five and aren't buried until they are seventy five
Winter is here and it makes me miss this place ... take me back!!
I live for this kind of adventure: 1 hour of full body workout(not jokin, kelingking beach is a beast) just to enjoy this scene.
The sound of the ocean + birds flying around + not many people around = such a perfect combo
This kind of moment always makes me reflect on what life is.
Happy Eid Mubarak for those who celebrate🙏🏻 Wishin u happiness, glory, peace, and love🙏🏻 Enjoy!
light is impossible to hide.
Wow, it flies around fast hey.
It's bucketing down here on the farm today so here is a photo of Chrissie Hynde when she wandered into my studio recently showing off her fluffy bot.
You're welcome 💗🐔💗
Don’t Stand Here! - Cornice on Mt Dickerman, Peak 15 of my 50 in 2020 Challenge with @sophiecowan9877 yesterday.
كل عام وانتم بخير
وتقبل الله طاعاتكم
ونسأل المولى عز وجل
ان يكشف الغمة ويجمعنا
بالصحة والعافية ❤️🌹
The three great elemental sounds in nature are •the sound of rain •the sound of wind in a primeval wood and •the sound of sea on a beach. 💙 #alaçatı #izmir 2018
if u could travel anywhere right now, where would u go?!
i have been dreaming about going back here, cannon beach, oregon. this place has such a sense of magic to it.⚡️
Traditional villages from southern Switzerland. Always love to explore those places. 🇨🇭
I got distracted again.
Mostly by Iceland, but generally by life (and also by the Mistborn series that I’m re-reading avidly and obsessively. @brandsanderson, you devil, you get me every single time). I meant to post several videos and photos during my week away. I really meant to share some of these moments with you. Somehow, I lost the reflex of even taking my phone with me - let alone thinking of opening Instagram. It’s not that I’m apologizing, more that I’m realizing that I have truly changed. Bear with me - I still don’t quite know how to navigate these new whims and my desire to stay a little bit connected here.
You will still see the videos and photos; just know that I am planning on keeping allowing myself to get submerged in the now.
We drove the whole ring road with my sister and her boyfriend, which was incredible. They’d never been to Iceland before and were looking forward to seeing our plot of land and more generally the country in which my husband and I are settling this year. We listened to music, we talked, we bathed in so many hot springs and baths, we played board games, we got stuck in the snow (twice in the same day) and had an amazing time.
Returning to Brussels was very hard and I did my usual thing of burying myself in work instead of confronting my sadness. Things are looking up though, as I am now pretty sure it’s only going to be a few months before we definitely move.
Such a bittersweet symphony, this life.
Photo taken last spring in Utah, just because I can’t share any of Iceland yet (hopefully developing them this month)
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Tasmania’s magnificent and irreplaceable old growth forests are full of hidden gems. If you are prepared for plenty of mud, fallen trees and dense undergrowth you will be amply rewarded.
Canon 5D Mark IV with EF 16-35 f/2.8L II
f/11 ISO 100 0.5 seconds
When we started putting together this edition of Architecture Australia, the frightening images of Australia’s catastrophic bushfires, the damage caused and the increasing urgency of the climate emergency were top of mind. How architects might reconsider the way our built environment responds to these challenges remains a vital question, and one that we consider in this issue’s Dossier on the climate and biodiversity emergency. However, only a couple of months later (and after most of the contributions to this edition were written), we face an unprecedented and terrifying global pandemic. And the economic ramifications of what is unfolding will no doubt have a global impact for years to come.
It is a delight to take a break from the crisis at hand, even for just a moment, and to reflect on a milestone in one Australian architect’s career. This year, the recipient of the prestigious @institute_architects_aus Gold Medal is John Wardle of @johnwardlearchitects. We celebrate John’s work in this issue with tributes by @cameronjamesbruhn, Rachel Hurst, Leon van Schaik and @rory_hyde. Along with a series of anecdotes from many of his friends and colleagues, these essays collectively reveal John’s deep and enduring curiosity – about people, places, objects, histories and everything in between. As Hyde reflects, “The danger of having curiosity as your core, rather than, say, a particular formal trait or use of material, is that it’s potentially endless.” Working closely with John to trace the trajectory of his design thinking and approach to practice has given me first-hand experience of the “endlessness” that is part and parcel of his curiosity. For an editor who is always on a deadline, this can, at times, be frustrating. But, now that the deadline has passed, I feel incredibly lucky to have had this opportunity to engage with the mind of such a remarkable architect who truly knows how to push the limits of design. Indeed, it is by pushing boundaries, bringing diverse people together and “stretching design time” that John challenges his team to go beyond the expected and leads them in creating extraordinary works.
Lots of other great work in this issue too! 🤗🤗