Dead Sea, Israel Photograph by George Steinmetz, National Geographic
Swimmers float effortlessly in the salt-laden waters of the Dead Sea near Ein Bokek, Israel. Ten times saltier than seawater, the lake is extremely buoyant and a popular destination for holidaymakers. It’s also Earth’s lowest point on land.
please watch this
This is the most adorable thing ever and it made me so happy
I recreated Piet Mondrian’s Trafalgar Square in Excel. You can view the original here.
excel is the best thing ms ever made
Greek Salad Sandwich - This is a great sandwich, it’s meatless but has plenty of flavor from the olives and feta.
I’m reblogging this again to draw attention to everyone’s comfy rehearsal clothing except for someone
nOT BUT ITS THEM AND THEIR YOUNGER COUNTERPARTS LEARNING EACH OTHERS MANNERISMSSSSSS
"The Management of Bees. With a Description of the Ladies’ Safety Hive"cc: @beesinthecity
(London: Samuel Bagster and William Pickering, 1824)
may start beekeeping??
There are two things in life that I am truly passionate about: Comics, and honey.
Just don’t give it to babies and small children especially raw, okay? Okay. Carry on.
i dont even like honey and i suddenly like honey
Also!!! If you have seasonal allergies, buying local honey from a farmers market or something can help tone down your allergies! The honey is made from bees in your area that have been pollinating with those same flowers and plants that are making your nose try to kill you! So by eating local honey, you automatically have a natural immunization against your seasonal allergies!
Honey also makes a really good sweetener, especially for tea. Put a bit in and it really enhances the flavour.
If you ‘don’t like honey’, try honey made from specific flower varieties! Clover honey is the most common, but things like wildflower honey, sage honey, etc all are out there, and whatever the bees got the honey from lends a little bit of different flavor! I’m a huge fan of sage honey, myself.
(I even had poison ivy honey once and it was legit as fuck.)
Wait honey tastes different depending on the FLOWER?? I gotta buy some more honey!
actually the only way in which honey can go bad is if it comes in contact (and stays in contact) with water. if water gets inside the jar, the honey is doomed to be infested with bacteria. so always close the honey container if you value your life