Have some fun! Play with your food.
These are a share from facebook- please visit Green Renaissance for more great ideas.
With the winds lately, most folks have downed logs!
What a way to celebrate recovery!
Makes me wish I had the skills to do this.
The tip of a butterfly tongue viewed in polarized light by Stephen S. Nagy, M.D. from Helena, Montana. (Stephen S. Nagy, M.D.) Sooooooooooo cool!
The North Carolina Arboretum presents…Some Assembly Required
The LEGO Brick Sculptures of Sean Kenney October 19th ~ January 5th, 2014
The sculptures are inspired by gardens and nature and range in size from six inches to nearly eight feet in height. A female life-size bison on exhibit was made from 45,143 LEGO bricks and is one of the largest in this unique exhibition. The twenty-seven sculptures make up fourteen large displays and were created from nearly five hundred thousand LEGO bricks. New York-based Sean Kenney is one of only eleven LEGO Certified Builders in the world granted permission by LEGO to build on their behalf. The show titled Some Assembly Required opens in October for the holiday season and is expected to break attendance as it has at other venues across the US.
LEGO brick competition – You can be part of the show and even win a prize. For more information on the competition: http://www.ncarboretum.org/exhibits/upcoming/some-assembly-required/2013-lego-brick-competition
Visit www.ncarboretum.org for more info. or follow on facebook:https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-North-Carolina-Arboretum/205503977511?hc_location=timeline
Jakeprinters Sunday Post : Architecture This reminded me immediately of pictures I received from a friend just returning to the US from Turkey. Not meaning to be fatalistic but the greatest building will one day also be ruins.
The Windstrument is a new wind energy system that’s “quiet and powerful, bird safe, and scalable. It encourages me to see the birth of new ideas to old problems. We will always need power, the electric kind, this is a urban choice.
This is from a interesting innovative free newsletter I get from http://www.fastcompany.com/