And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
@85lives · Summer 2021
Summer 2021 dropped on Father's Day 2021 at 1336 as Italy leads Wales thru to win the group stage.by Edward Lund (aka feeble folk)
Praise ye the LORD.
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What do you think about my pic?
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Clearing out my camera roll 8780/?
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saw a specific art style while browsing a search and i would like to Invoke The Brainrot
credit to Prettyinaccurate.
i think this was one of the first mcyt animatics i've watched. still fun :)
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BROCK COLLECTION at New York Fashion Week Spring 2020
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Starting Monday, June 21st, I will undertake @myhoneststudyblr's Quarantine Challenge (a year late but in my defense, I wasn't on tumblr last year). My summer semester starts then and I'm getting my degree entirely online due to COVID. Maybe I'll get to return to classrooms for grad school, who knows.
Starting July 13th I'll also undertake myhoneststudyblr's Summer Studying Challenge, because it gives me something to do and I take certificate courses during and in between actual semesters. I'm in school all year round!
I like challenges because they keep me accountable to my blog, my goals, and my schooling. Plus, I need stuff to post on here besides KnB and Haikyu fan theories/fangirling. So, do expect to see a bunch of challenge posts while I sort myself out, figure out how best to utilize my blog, and study my brains out this summer.
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Magnolia Flower, 2020
Germany VS Portugal, 1-2 for Germany, and yet the pigeon that landed on the field scored as many goals as the German team.
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Fricks Konditori, Rättvik
Princess cake (Swedish: prinsesstårta) is a traditional Swedish layer cake or torte consisting of alternating layers of airy sponge cake, pastry cream, and a thick-domed layer of whipped cream. The cake is covered by a layer of marzipan, giving it a smooth rounded top. The marzipan overlay is usually green, sprinkled with powdered sugar, and often decorated with a pink marzipan rose.
The original recipe first appeared in the 1948 Prinsessornas kokbok cookbook, which was published by Jenny Åkerström (1867-1957), teacher of the three daughters of Prince Carl, Duke of Västergötland. While the original recipe did not contain any fruit, modern versions may include layers of jam or fresh fruit, usually raspberries. Variants with other colours of marzipan are occasionally called prinstårta (prince cake) for yellow marzipan and operatårta (opera cake) for red or pink marzipan.
The cake was originally called grön tårta (green cake), but was given the name prinsesstårta or "princess cake" because the princesses were said to have been especially fond of the cake. The princesses were Princess Margaretha (1899–1977; later Princess of Denmark), Princess Märtha (1901–1954; later Crown Princess of Norway), and Princess Astrid (1905–1935; later Queen of the Belgians).
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ONLINE Infoabend Sommer Fotofestival Wien
LIK Sommerakademie Fotografie in Wien - lebe deine Kreativität
Wir laden Sie herzlich ein zum ONLINE Infoabend der LIK Akademie für Foto und Design über das Sommer Fotofestival Wien 2021
INFOABEND SOMMER FOTOFESTIVAL WIEN - LIK SOMMERAKADEMIE FOTOGRAFIE 2020
Seit dem Jahr 2011 veranstaltet die LIK Akademie für Foto und Design die LIK Sommerakademie Fotografie in Wien. Aus diesem kleinen Event wurde inzwischen das 3. Sommer Fotofestival Wien 2021.
19:00 Uhr – 20:30 Uhr MESZ
Veranstaltungsort: ONLINE HIER ANMELDEN
Der Fotosommer 2021 wird kreativ und fotografisch spannend. Das Team der LIK Akademie für Foto und Design hat "Freude an der Fotografie" für den Fotosommer zum Thema auserkoren. Unter diesem Zeichen werden auch die neuen Veranstaltungen der LIK Sommerakademie im Juli 2021 stehen. Intensiv Lehrgänge, analoge Fotokurse, Praxis Fotoworkshops, Exhibitions und Events. Das Sommerfest der Fotografie am Spittelberg im Juli lockt mit Fotostationen und einem geselligen Get Together. VIEphoto ist das internationale Ausstellungsprogramm im Rahmen des Sommer Fotofestivals. Es gibt einen Open Call für die VIEphoto Ausstellung im Rahmen des LIK Sommer Fotofestivals Wien.
Informieren Sie sich über das Programm und den Ablauf des Sommer Fotofestival Wien der LIK Akademie für Foto und Design und stellen Sie Ihre Fragen an LIK Lehrgangsleiter Eric Berger und sein Team.
Wir freuen uns auf Sie!
World Sauntering Day
World Sauntering Day celebration is on the 19th June of every year. The purpose of the Sauntering day is to remind us to take it easy and smell the roses. It is celebrated to enjoy the life as opposed to the rushing through it. It is also sometimes referred to as the International Sauntering Day. Sauntering is a verb which describes the style of walking, It is not a sashay, trot, prance, o lollygag. It is just to walk slowly preferably with the joyful disposition. Sauntering has been spoken of most notably by many of the naturalist writers in the history including the Henry David Thoreau and the John Burroughs.
History Of World Sauntering Day
The Word Sauntering denotes the walking in slow and relaxed manner, without hurry or effort. The Exact origin of the day is unclear, but it is credited to have begun at the Grand Hotel, which is located in Mackinac Island in Michigan. It happened during the 1970s. A response by the W.T.Rabe to a growing movement towards the recreation of jogging. Some records show that it was started by the W.T.Rabe in 1979 as a reply to the sworn enemy of the Saunter, Jogging. The idea was to encourage the people, instead of jogging, to slow down to appreciate what is around them. The Sauntering Day is the opportunity for you to head out into the world and approach it with a deeply relaxed air, you can feel the moment of pure clarity and joy, all these happen while enjoying the beautiful world which is around you and everything it has to offer.
How to Celebrate World Sauntering Day
The Celebration of the World Sauntering Day is much relaxed, and there is no restriction to move around or instead saunter. Anyone can do it women men and even children of all ages or groups. It is the day, in which everyone has a chance to roam, ruminate and rove. You don’t need any things or products. All you need to do is just give yourself plenty of time in this day and do so with the goal of relaxing and truly enjoying your journey to wherever it is you have to go. It is pure relaxation, and you can take in the scents and sights while you walk. You can also greet others and go with the group too. It is the day which gives you the opportunity to leave all the rush behind and just saunter through the day.
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National Watch Day
19 June is National Watch Day, a day that recognises an industry which has been around for than 500 years and is steadily evolving.
Choosing a watch is very personal, as the choices are vast and numerous. Even with the advent of smartphones and smart watches, the classic wrist watch is a sign of individual taste, culture, and a rich history that cannot be disputed.
Watches are rich in history and nostalgia, and were not only crafted for telling the time. A watch has always been a symbol of something personal, a statement of who we are. Timepieces are often passed down from generation to generation, gifted as a rite of passage, and essentially become heirlooms.
The iconic watch brands have paved the way for new trends like vintage inspired, slimmer profiles and affordable luxury. Re-inventing a brand’s signature look often balances modern details with traditional aesthetics, resulting in them becoming a fashion accessory, much like bags and scarves.
National Watch Day was founded by Nordstrom to celebrate the history and design of watchmaking. In 2017, the National Day Calendar Registrar declared that this day would be celebrated annually.
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