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I love Architecture and Designs.   The Amsterdam’s Cuyperspassage tunnel was recently opened with the perfect example of modern architecture and historical art.   The fascination of this design for me are the 80,000 tiles that took 5 years to put together.    Take a moment and watch the video.

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Her words have such deep meanings.   Read through her passage and tell me if you can relate!
I have consoled, counseled, and encouraged so many people in the creative field.  Any creative industry can deliver a soul-crushing experience.  It's important to always believe in yourself.  Remember that all is subjective.  One person may hate what you offer.  Another may absolutely love it.  Love yourself and don't let someone's subjective opinion destroy your hopes and dreams.  Take whatever constructive, loving criticism you can from any given situation, always agree to learn from everything, to aim higher, be more, and to continue to create from your heart and soul.  But never give up.     http://kaeljai.com/     http://anovelcoach.com/

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Hand craft work of Turkish artist Sena Runa

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I saw a 4" wheel bike for the first time in the store today.  It look very stylish and I thought it must be a fad.  I didn't know it has been around for some time when I read this article.   It is great for snow riding so I guess it would be great for riding on sand at the beach as well.

http://gearjunkie.com/fat-bike-trend

#bike #biker  
#bicycle

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I plus +1 this!  - the message is so true but I still do it from time to time.

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Kseniya Simonova, Ukrainian's Got Talent 2009 winner, sand artist who depicts her work through a 1941 story line.  

https://www.youtube.com/user/SimonovaTV

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Welcome home Orion!

Originally posted and shared by "Friends of NASA"

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Japanese culture, design, and art never cease to amaze me.   Quality at its best.   This is Tadao Ando's library in Osaka, Japan.   #library   #Osaka   #TadaoAndo  
Tadao Ando‘s library design for the Shiba Ryotaro Memorial Museum in Osaka

Submit a project http://buff.ly/1Bc73Xl
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At first glance, I thought this is a metal piece or a tool until I read this post.  Further reading kept me fascinated by the civil engineer of it.  Japan is a wonderful country in every way.   #Umihotaru   
Umihotaru, Tokyo Bay, Japan | Earth | Satellite
Umihotaru, translating as “Sea Firefly,” is an artificial island in Tokyo Bay where the bridge of the Trans-Tokyo Bay Highway turns into a tunnel. The road opened in December of 1997 after 23 years of planning and 9 years of construction at a cost of 1.44 trillion yen ($11.2 billion). The new road reduced the drive between Chiba and Kanagawa, two important industrial regions, from 90 to 15 minutes.
35°27′47″N 139°52′31″E
12/26/2014

"The Daily Overview project was inspired, and derives its name, from an idea known as the Overview Effect. This term refers to the sensation astronauts have when given the opportunity to look down and view the Earth as a whole. They have the chance to appreciate our home in its entirety, to reflect on its beauty and its fragility all at once. That's the cognitive shift that we hope to inspire." 

Credit: Daily Overview

#Earth #Space #Satellite #Tokyo #Japan #Bay #Umihotaru #日本
#東京都 #Chiba #Kanagawa #OverviewEffect #Perspective
#Humanity #Photography #Art #Science #STEM
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I want to learn how to fly in one of these.   #aviation .  Found more information about this. 

Read Further:
http://www.nasa.gov/topics/history/M2_F1.html#.VJcllF4B4A
NASA's M2-F1 Lifting Body Prototype Flight Test
The NASA M2-F1 was a lightweight, unpowered prototype aircraft, developed to flight test the wingless lifting body concept. It looked like a "flying bathtub," and was designated the M2-F1, the "M" referring to "manned" and "F" referring to "flight" version. In 1962, NASA Dryden management approved a program to build a lightweight, unpowered lifting body prototype. It featured a plywood shell placed over a tubular steel frame crafted at Dryden. Construction was completed in 1963.

#NASA #Aircraft #Jet #M2F1 #LiftingBody #Flight #Research
#Prototype #Dryden #Armstrong #Aviation #Aeronautics
#Aerospace #Engineering #Technology #Edwards #California #USA
#UnitedStates
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