truer words have never been spoken
I share that headcanon. c:
>implying that Link being a dweeb isn’t actual canon
Mika really loves going to the local playground and going down the small kids’ slides! She doesn’t care if it’s sunny, rainy, or snowing! It’s all good to her.
See her daily blog for more photos here: http://mika-the-yellow-aussie.tumblr.com/
There are times when gourmet edges more towards the laboratory than the kitchen; spherification is one of those times. In this culinary technique, liquids are transformed into globular semisolid gels thanks to a hydrocolloid gum extracted from seaweed. When these gel-encased balls are broken, the liquid contents gush out, akin to biting down on mochi or a Gushers candy. In theory, almost any liquid can be spherified, so the possibilities are endless. Ever wanted to eat plum juice caviar, spherical crème brûlée, or mojito spheres? With food-grade sodium alginate, calcium solution, and some creativity, it’s possible. Read more…
Happy December 10th, everybody!
Actually there’s an artist whose work I’ve been wanting to share with you for a while. Deviantart user zour (first name Sasha) is a German photographer who specializes in cross-eyed stereoscopic 3D photography. Cross-eyed 3D if you’re unfamiliar is a way of displaying and viewing 3D images without glasses or special technology. You just need two slightly-different images of the same subject placed adjacent to each other. Here’s a handy guide on how to cross your eyes properly to view it. It sounds difficult and uncomfortable, but once you get the hang of it it’s really fun!
Sasha’s photos are solid on their own, especially the ones of sweeping German countrysides and small villages, but the way he implements 3D really makes them incredibly vivid and I could honestly get lost in his gallery for hours
you gotta look good when you’re a guardian of the universe