Tuesday, May 24, 2016
This is a new beauty trend reported Pop Sugar Beauty.
While not really a tatoo, it actually is just a design cut into a shaved area between the ears and the nape of the neck on the back of the head.
For a person that has a nice shaped head and very thick long hair, I can see where this might be something to try for the Summer as it would be cooler on a hot day and also makes for an interesting updo.
Monday, May 23, 2016
Architect Jérôme Vinçon customed designed this small space, which used to be a doorman's room, for his friend Chef Michel Craca who purchased the place next door to where he works at Paris’ Montparnasse.
It is amazing how a place so small can have a larger feel and is interesting to hear the thought process behind how it was designed by the person that created it.
Sunday, May 22, 2016
For those of us that have never been to an ocean, it seems like a Sand Dollar was just a decoration made by Pottery Barn. but it is actually a living creature.
The above video a woman is showing the difference between a dead Sea Dollar, which is called a "test" and more like the Pottery Barn inspiration for decoration, and a live one that is darker, purple color with the fuzzy spines and cilia visibly moving on the bottom.
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Saturday, May 21, 2016
It is fun and fabulous that an artist turns a childhood classic medium into a masterpiece.
By strategically placing crayons in a frame, artist Christian Faur creates a portrait of a young woman in less than a minute in this time-lapse video.
For more of his work visit his website
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Sunday, May 15, 2016
My cousin shared this post on Facebook from another site. When I first saw it, it seemed like something out of Sci-Fi movie where the aliens are coming to take over the Earth, but as it gets closer you can see is is a carefully choreographed air show of seven planes; five planes in formation with two looping circles around the colored trails.
In checking into it is not air contrails,which are made of ice crystals at high altitudes, but colored smoke similar to Skywriting where oil is injected into the hot exhaust per Contrail Science
A Flyer - Air Show Terms give a further explanation, indicating it is:
"Created by a miniature high-speed pump transferring very light-weight paraffin-based oil from a reservoir in the plane to the final stage of the exhaust system, where it "smolders", but does not burn. This oil, usually Texaco "Corvus" oil has a very high flash point, and is biodegradable. The smoke leaves a trail across the sky that lets spectators appreciate the geometry of the aerobatic performance.
Saturday, May 14, 2016
Doesn't this look like it would be fun to play on a hot day?
It is sort of a Slip & Slide version of baseball with kiddies pools for the bases and you use a kickball instead of a baseball.
You would need four blow up kiddie pools (around $15 each), some Visqueen (20'x100' costs around $100), water and a kickball ($7-$12), so around $175; not super cheap - about the same price you would pay to rent a bouncy castle for a day for a party, except this looks like it is more geared to tween-adults and reusable, unless you spring a hole in one of the kiddie pools.