Ogling another John Singer Sargent painting from #philadelphiamuseumofart
This painting was one I studied during dynamic symmetry class at #aau - awesome to evaluate in real life.
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A design for an artist's studio. Competition entry for #ArtPrison#YAC
This atelier combines various volumes to eliminate planar poche space. The transparent volumes are glass double height spaces which remove the central anchor point in the design. The elevation view of this object has non-heirarchical silhouettes.
This is one part of the various discreet objects designed for the competition.
It’s the chicken or the egg question, life edition: are you making changes in your life so that you can be free to be and explore the person you really are, or are you doing work on yourself that will inevitably change the way you live your life?
Either way, either road you’ve taken: congrats! Big things you’ve accomplished! And more are happening. *Mercury in Taurus Squares to Ceres in Leo*
Retrograde Jupiter in Scorpio is still doing His intense work on us, as we traverse the path of self-discovery, peeling back the layers... Today Jupiter is SesquiSquare to warrior Pallas Athena in Cancer, which would indicate that we have reached the level of honesty with ourselves, where we are now approaching quite the contender; our most sentimental, tender attachments that we hold onto with shocking devotion. Ooof. This should get interesting. We may be getting our backs up about some personal issues right about now....
Finally, the Sun in Gemini sums this all up as He forms a Trine to Mars in Aquarius
In this Season of Gemini, we are searching, we are curious, exploring the ins and outs of all possibilities available to us. And that makes thus a great time to reach for those ideals! To make things happen with all the enthusiastic energy we are imbued with. Nice.
~Art @ryshorosky •
J'adore faire du vélo et même si je prends beaucoup de plaisir à faire du sport, parfois c'est très agréable de faire une journée avec un vélo à assistance électrique.
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Curiosity Successfully Drills 'Duluth' | NASA
Success: First Drilled Mars Sample Since 2016 | JPL
Image of a 2-inch-deep hole produced using a new drilling technique for NASA's Curiosity rover. The hole is about 0.6 inches (1.6 centimeters) in diameter. This image was taken by Curiosity's Mast Camera (Mastcam) on Sol 2057. It has been white balanced and contrast enhanced.
Curiosity drilled this hole in a target called "Duluth" on May 20, 2018. It was the first rock sample captured by the drill since October 2016. A mechanical issue took the drill offline in December 2016.
Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, had to innovate a new way for the rover to drill in order to restore this ability. The new technique, called Feed Extended Drilling (FED) keeps the drill's bit extended out past two stabilizer posts that were originally used to steady the drill against Martian rocks. It lets Curiosity drill using the force of its robotic arm, a little more like a human would while drilling into a wall at home.
Malin Space Science Systems, San Diego, built and operates the Mastcam. NASA s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of the Caltech in Pasadena, California, manages the Mars Science Laboratory Project for NASA s Science Mission Directorate, Washington. JPL designed and built the project s Curiosity rover.
More information about Curiosity is online at and
Release Date: May 23, 2018 +Curiosity
+NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
+NASA Solar System Exploration
My coffee crawl when I went to Northern Ireland last week. I'm showcasing coffee shops that I haven't visited before.
1.@traitcoffee in Comber, really good for coffee and a donut in a quiet setting. Delicious filter from root and branch and flat white was excellent too.
2. @bridewellcoffee in Donaghadee. Buggy friendly and really great lunch options. Had an oat milk flat white with a coconut scone which was really tasty. Nice and spacious lots of different brews on offer
3. @establishedcoffee in Belfast and @kaffeo
Established always a favorite to get a nice v60 and they always have about 2 to choose from.
I really like the concept of kaffe o as a little kiosk to get takeaways. Really chocolatey bold tasting espresso from Copenhagen that has oatly milk too. They have 2 other branches which are cafés which I have yet to try.
4. @districtbelfast really nice designed coffee shop. Buggy friendly and lots of really good food. I enjoyed my waffles with the homemade nut butter. It was so moreish! Espresso got a little lost in the oat milk which was a little disappointing but will give it another try next time.
5. @rootandbranchcoffee in Belfast. Finally managed to visit this roastery and coffee bar. Haven't gone to the cafe just yet which I will have to go next time. Loved my filter which I think was Kenyan..I can't remember.. I had to buy some coffee beans which were from Congo and recommended by Eamon. I have to say it was delicious and my colleagues loved it also. Fruity and juicy with a smooth body it did not disappoint!! The flat white was also delicious and the best flat white my husband has had!