Is it possible to take a bad pic of flowers? I don’t think so! #florespondence
If the whole world used mostly solar power and just sent a portion of the electricity west to cover places that are still using power after sunset instead of building batteries, would that huge cycle of power be enough to impact the earth's magnetic field? 🤔
@interneteh I'll be modeling the right side of the saw after this painting of the Oregon coast. I'm really happy with the way I did the blue green of the sea. hopefully I can mix it as well as I did there
Hooked up the antenna for the first time since we moved back in August because the weather was scary looking (hang in there, @teslas_moustache ), now I'm looking up the PBS schedule and they're repeating an Emma Goldman doc in a couple of days
I just updated my shop! I have new patches, my newest jewelry set, and all my current finished poems up now!
I also have an etsy shop linked there, but that shop still looks pretty sad.
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Some grassland flowers on a green strip between the main road and the bicycle track. In blue, we have meadow sage (Wiesensalbei, Salvia pratensis), and some ox-eye daisy in white (Magerwiesen-Margerite, Leucanthemum vulgare).
Also there was a fair amount of woodland pink (Stein-Nelke, Dianthus sylvestris). This species is protected under conservation laws and it is forbidden to remove it – but sadly I only found that out after taking one stalk home for speciation 😞
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(All my failures end up on the stove later and become not-failures, just not as I intended to eat them.)
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second attempt after soaking peas overnight turned out edible, but without that nice mushy texture I like in split pea soup. I think next time I'll make dal instead.