Abandoned Rail Bridge, Japan.
i’m just really curious
is there anybody else who takes the rail tracks out of its mechanical context and started re-imagining it into some mythical sort of road
or is it just me
I like doing the same
Jenny Saville - Hyphen (detail) - 1998/99
- Sit in a quiet environment
- Inhale while slowly counting to four
- Hold your breath for the same count of four
- Exhale, again slowing counting to four
- Hold your lungs empty for a count of four
- Repeat as many times as you like
Early morning, on top of a very windy, very giant “as you wish” hill in Waimea, Hawaii.
This photo reminded me of a little something I just learned about called earthing. This morning I went out to my backyard with my two dogs, a cup of organic detox tea in hand, and earthed!
Ancient healers believed Earth’s energy could be easily absorbed through our skin and through the soles of our feet.
Studies proves earthing (also called grounding) can improve your blood pressure, reduce cortisol, and even help problems sleeping. It’s done by reconnecting your body with the free electrons that flow through the Earth’s surface and it’s as easy as walking barefoot outdoors.
If you ever thought about doing a tattoo, but you don’t really want it to be something permanent, this is the perfect tutorial for you!
I’m going to show you how to do temporary tattoos. They’re fun, quick and easy to do!
So first of, what do you need?
Pencil (3B/4B/5B/6B), scissor, tracing paper;
Wet cloth, talcum powder, eyeliner, makeup brush, ethyl alcohol, cotton pads and
First you’ll need a drawing or word/phrase. In this case, I’ll be drawing the Deathly Hallows sign from Harry Potter. Draw it on the tracing paper (making sure it’s the size you want) and cut it.
Scrub your skin with ethyl alcohol where you’ll be doing your tattoo and put the tracing paper over it (with the drawing facing down).