Oct. 15, 2014 @ 3:23 PM _
So I’ve not been playing too many video games lately, but then I found Warframe. It’s on steam or not, and you all have to play and use my referall ( https://warframe.com/signup?referrerId=5238cd741a4d80a07a000000 ) so that we can be happy and play together.
Add me in game, I need friends to play with :[
Oct. 15, 2014 @ 12:55 PM _
A Look Inside Turkey’s Hierapolis-Pamukkale “Cotton Palace”
In Turkey’s southwest province of Denizli, white pools cover the landscape around a tiny cliffside village called Pamukkale, meaning “Cotton Palace” in Turkish. As calcium carbonate deposits flow down from hot springs above, the sediment collects in the lower limestone pools and shapes their snowy appearance. People have bathed in the Hierapolis-Pamukkale pools since 200 BCE when the ancient city of Hierapolis was erected near the top of the terrace to provide proximity to the spring and its restorative benefits. Today, local and visiting Instagrammers alike make the trek to partake in the ancient traditions and share the view of the valley below.
Oct. 13, 2014 @ 4:54 PM _
The UK Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo: The Seed CathedralTheme - Better City, Better Life
"The UK pavilion at Expo 2010, colloquially known as the Seed Cathedral, was a sculpture structure built by a nine member conglomeration of British business and government resources directed by designer Thomas Heatherwick. It referenced the race to save seeds from round the world in banks, and housed 250,000 plant seeds at the end of 60,000 acrylic rods, held in place by geometrically-cut holes with the rods inserted therein.”
"The Seed Cathedral is 20 metres in height, formed from 60,000 slender transparent rods, each 7.5 metres long and each encasing one or more seeds at its tip. During the day, they act as optic fibres and draw daylight inwards to illuminate the interior. At night, light sources inside each rod allow the whole structure to glow. As the wind moves past, the building and its optic “hairs” gently move to create a dynamic effect.”Images: Heatherwick Studio; REUTERS/Aly Song