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Julian Voss-Andreae is a German sculptor based in Portland, Oregon. The quantum physicist-turned-sculptor created the 8-foot tall sculpture called "The Reader" depicts a PCC student reading a book. "I want to create a sculpture that engages the PCC campus community in a very direct and intuitive way," says Voss-Andreae. The Reader depicts a student sitting cross-legged on the lawn, immersed in a book. Inspired by a view of a human being through the lens of quantum physics, the Voss-Andreae sculpture consists of parallel slabs of polished steel with one inch gaps in between. When approached from the side, the sculpture appears to consist of solid steel, but when viewed face-on, it virtually disappears.
Looking East, the figure will face the morning sun which will light up the cut edges, drawing the three-dimensional sculptural volume into space. At night, the polished metal will sparkle, reflecting the surrounding campus lighting. There is something about the quiet, attentive pose, reading a book, that wonderfully captures what a college like PCC represents for her and so many others: a beacon of hope, a prerequisite for personal growth and a rewarding career--for most a virtual impossibility without college." _________________________________
this piece and the journey we are going on makes me realize the short time we have together...one minute he is there...the next he is gone. Cherish the time you have together~ . please consider donating gas money: or the cash app $islanddogsf or venmo @ island-dog
15. Work on my temper!😂
Ok this has been a long & tough battle to fight too. Although my late teens and early twenties were nothing short of a rager! Literally!💥 ______
I never understood how counting backwards reduced one’s anger. I was adviced that very many times. Cause once the anger took over, there was no looking back, no mincing words, saying the most hard hitting shit that would only bring temporary relief but a do a major damage in the long run.
Let’s not even get to the number of phones I broke in a fit of rage in my twenties! (RIP all my Nokia phones that could survive a nuclear attack.)😷😅
From then to now, I can proudly say I’ve come halfway through! Also, can no more afford to throw phones, so one has to learn to work a way around things I guess. 🤷🏽♀️ That and meditation!🧘🏽♀️💫
Recently I did an interview where I was asked "What's one of the biggest challenges you faced in the last year?" My answer was making the choice to stay or go.
Not the choice to stay in a marriage or go. I’d made that agonizing and necessary choice years ago. This choice to stay or go was much more momentous. Much more serious than anything that came before it or likely any choice to come after.
Initially I didn’t realize this was the choice I was being faced with. The sequence of events leading up to it were inconvenient but not seemingly significant.
Until at once it became significant.
Until it became hard to breathe...
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Seriously my fav hike ever!!! The hike to lake Agnes tea house is 3.5k up 400 m to a charming tea house in the mountains. The tea house is maintained throughout the season from staff who serve those in need on their trek up. I was literally in heaven!!! Hot tea, brownies and vegan soup overlooking the snowy mountains on a semi warm sunny day!!! We got lucky because it closed for the season shortly after we visited. Hands down a #bucketlist hike.
Only. 4. More. Freaking. Weeks!!! .
There are not neeeaaarly enough emojis to express my level of excitement. And this is actually my first “real” concert! I’ve seen musicians at amphitheaters and the fair but nothing like this. Fun fact: my first concert was with my mom and we saw Ronnie Milsap at the Lane County Fair. ✌🏻 Beat that one. 🤣 And we had the best day!
The Most Lit Rapper In 🐃City Is 10yrs old @ymgjih1 💯! Hit after Hit No Ghost Writer! NEW Song Alert! 'Saucin' 🚀 show some love to this history in da makin! Is dey mad!!??? We @indystreetsent@fatboy_sse check him out!
Locals near Tonle Sap Lake that took us out in their boat to explore the floating village.
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Villagers on the Khleang River in Cambodia during a big rain storm at the beginning of the rainy season.
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Villagers on the Khleang River headed out to the floating village on Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia
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Fisherman in Tonle Sap Lake near the Kampong Khleang floating village in Cambodia.
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Fisherman in Tonle Sap Lake near the Kampong Khleang floating village
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Straw house along Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia
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Houseboat floating in Tonle Sap Lake, part of the floating village of Kampong Khleang in Cambodia. The storm coming is is the start of the rainy season and this lake will flood by up to 30 feet.
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Houseboat floating in Tonle Sap Lake, part of the floating village of Kampong Khleang in Cambodia. The storm coming is is the start of the rainy season and this lake will flood by up to 30 feet. This isn't a fishing boat, it's home to a family.
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It’s bath day for my neighbors
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There’s a thunderstorm coming in over Phnom Penh and everyone down below my apartment is rushing to clean up their stalls and cover up their carts.
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Good advice all around, Tree Lodge, Sen Monoro, Cambodia