Because sometimes it's work enough just to get out of bed on the weekends, there's this top that doubles as an acceptable errand tee so that you have less you actually have to do on your precious days off! $36.00
LOVE. Free People does a whole catalog of girls on bikes. The pinterest link didn't work, so I googled it :] All of these photos had to of been taken in Amsterdam. Only flawless girls rode their bikes on those streets.
The Sun on Cheekwood Lawn
I think this piece is as close as anything to expressing how different Dale Chihuly's work is than any other artist, past or present. I honestly do not know of anyone who would have ever collected hundreds of pieces of (seemingly) ramdom-formed glass, attached them together to what must be an impressive substructure, placed them outdoors, and lit them at night. Most artist treat glass as a natural element that, when
Abstraction uses elements or parts of those elements to express an idea. The complete back of this tattoo wearer has been used to convey an idea: “We are eternal, pain is an illusion”. The flying crow with lines across them give the impression that the crows have been shot and they are on their way down. They can die and fall but the crow in the center rises high above in spite of the failing wings as our soul does.
Outback Steakhouse-Style Dark Bread I know there's a couple version out there . . . but this is as close to the real thing you can get! No food coloring here! I bake exclusively with instant yeast, however I've given directions for both. Original recipe is from Gloria Pitzer (queen of copycat) however I've made some minor changes! Time does not include rising time.
You are viewing an unusual image of Three Hopi Women on top of an Adobe House. It was taken in 1906 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows a stunning view of these Native American Women. We have created this collection of pictures primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact email@example.com.
I posted a short version of this in the props section a few weeks back. I have had some requests for a more detailed tut so here it is. As I stated in the prior post I wanted an easy way to illuminate my graveyard tombstones and other props. Be cost effective and simple enough that anyone can do it. Please keep in mind that all of the USB hubs and connectors I paid nothing for. These were being recycled out at work and IT was glad to see them
"Rolls of old decorative edging have so much potential. Put them to work as a garden trellis by attaching them to an existing landscape structure. Here a stretch of edging attached along the top of a pergola supports trumpet vine."