Bridging Home - South Korean artist Do Ho Suh’s ‘Bridging Home’ is an installation built between two houses in the Liverpool, UK. The structure is designed as a traditional Korean sense, which is planted above ground, at an angle. The building explores the affects of living in an interconnected society upon the psychology of the individual and the community. | #Art #Installation |
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The Arch Bridge Kerchief is slightly curved triangular scarf/shawlette started from the longest (upper) edge and worked with short rows thereafter. Choose any yarn from fingering to worsted according your taste - the yarn and needle choices naturally affect the final size and yardage of the scarf/shawlette.
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Quantum teleportation is made possible through ‘entanglement,’ which describes a phenomenon in which two particles remain bound across a large distance. Anything that affects the state of one particle will also affect the other, as illustrated above
door in the floor Renato D'Ettorre Architects. This spectacular glass bridge is absolutely amazing. It also adds a very dramatic affect to the outdoor stairs and lap pool. Lets light through and does not block the view through to the sea beyond
Female Shaman in Mongolia This is an interesting photo to me because the act of Shamanism is still alive and well practiced there. I have picked up a book call Riding Wind Horses and began to sink into it when I began to recognize that elements of my own trad training were being discussed in this book. I am fascinated by the way ancient practices have been passed and retained.