Circuitous medieval streets, half-timbered houses, quaint storefronts, butterscotch-hued buildings, and turreted rooftops that gleam like copper pennies
After tiny loggerhead turtles hatch from eggs buried on Florida beaches, they scramble frantically out to sea. Once in the open water, we see neither hide nor hair of these endangered turtles until they show up on the other side of the Atlantic.
Katie Shillingford collaborated with her longtime friend Gareth Pugh (the pair met when they were both studying at Central Saint Martins) on a fashion story featuring the designer’s Fall 2014 mens and womenswear collections.
The Scene: The show’s backdrop was not a plain white wall but a massive female face with flippy chin-length hair, made of lights. The Look: A collection that brings together retro and modern, humor and clothes-wearing reality. These are beautiful garments and this is a luxury label
While traveling, only eat fruit that you peel yourself since plants can filter out bacteria and prevent it from traveling throughout their tissues. Well, why not apply this principle to filtering water directly? It’s not just a theory.
This landscape scene photographed by NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover shows rows of rocks in the foreground and Mount Sharp on the horizon. Curiosity’s Navigation Camera (Navcam) took the component images for this mosaic during a pause in driving.
Using two dating techniques, scientists have confirmed that a tiny zircon, a mineral from Australia’s Jack Hills region, is indeed the oldest fragment of Earth’s crust, dating back 4.4 billion years