Wabi-Sabi

Karina Soedjatmiko. I am me. That is all.

allcreatures:


A Saw-Whet Owl is wrapped up while it is weighed at the University of Minnesota’s Raptor Centre

Picture: The Raptor Center/WENN.com (via Pictures of the day: 27 February 2013 - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

A Saw-Whet Owl is wrapped up while it is weighed at the University of Minnesota’s Raptor Centre

Picture: The Raptor Center/WENN.com (via Pictures of the day: 27 February 2013 - Telegraph)

jtotheizzoe:

via spaceandstuffidk:

tentaclesandteacups:

pardalote:

Jupiter embroidery - done! My own design, loosely based on a series of photos by NASA showing the Great Red Spot devouring nearby little spots :-) Chain stitch in cotton, silk and specialty threads.

Such perfect chain stitching! ♥

Oh my word.

Give me.

Jovian storms and knitting embroidery (sorry, I am not crafty when it comes to string and don’t know the difference, thanks to all who corrected me!)?

Hell to the yes.

More science yarns: Knit creations inspired by the brain

joshsundquist:

From my new video: The Oscars for Math Nerds
Featuring a graph about each of the nine Best Picture nominees and plenty of snarky movie trivia you can use to impress your friends.

joshsundquist:

From my new video: The Oscars for Math Nerds

Featuring a graph about each of the nine Best Picture nominees and plenty of snarky movie trivia you can use to impress your friends.

(via ilovecharts)

explore-blog:

The inimitable Grant Snyder – who as previously given us an illustrated ode to introverts, a visual meditation on book-burning, and Haruki Murakami bingo – is back with a comic look at better bookshelves.

explore-blog:

The inimitable Grant Snyder – who as previously given us an illustrated ode to introverts, a visual meditation on book-burning, and Haruki Murakami bingo – is back with a comic look at better bookshelves.

(Source: , via explore-blog)

allcreatures:


Chris P Bacon, a piglet born without the use of his hind legs, is seen with his new wheelchair at the Eastside Veterinary Hospital in Clermont Florida. The pig’s owner turned the piglet over to a Clermont vet who decided to help. Dr Len Lucero took the pig home and made a wheelchair for him using K’nex toy parts. Chris has outgrown the toy wheelchair, and will soon grow into his new, more permanent and rugged model.

Picture: ZUMA / Rex Features (via Pictures of the day: 14 February 2013 - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

Chris P Bacon, a piglet born without the use of his hind legs, is seen with his new wheelchair at the Eastside Veterinary Hospital in Clermont Florida. The pig’s owner turned the piglet over to a Clermont vet who decided to help. Dr Len Lucero took the pig home and made a wheelchair for him using K’nex toy parts. Chris has outgrown the toy wheelchair, and will soon grow into his new, more permanent and rugged model.

Picture: ZUMA / Rex Features (via Pictures of the day: 14 February 2013 - Telegraph)

You might think that your brain is the most amazingly fascinating, mysterious and powerful bunch of cells ever constructed by the intricate forces of nature …

jtotheizzoe:

… but that’s just what it wants you to think.

jtotheizzoe:

That awkward moment when you find out it’s someone else’s birthday on your birthday.

gifhound:

OMG! Anowl got caught in the grill of truck and then took the ride for 60 MILES! Florida Fish and Wildlife officials freed the owl eventually, the animal was fine.
[Source: 23ABC]

gifhound:

OMG! Anowl got caught in the grill of truck and then took the ride for 60 MILES! Florida Fish and Wildlife officials freed the owl eventually, the animal was fine.

[Source: 23ABC]

explore-blog:

How green are your reading habits, really?

explore-blog:

How green are your reading habits, really?

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explore-blog:

To counter one of the most abused words in (screen)writing, Go Into The Story has put together 115 word alternatives to the active verb “walks.”

explore-blog:

To counter one of the most abused words in (screen)writing, Go Into The Story has put together 115 word alternatives to the active verb “walks.”

(Source: explore-blog)