Justified & Ancient
- Apr 12, 2005
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Spectacular photo!!After a devastating summer here due to forest fires and the smoke, I'm very excited to finally get back to my new and frustrating hobby of astro-photography. After taking over 700 photos, I managed to get 122 good enough to put together to make this! lol
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I know the pair are usually of demonstrably different sizes, but this ...
What a boob! Bra advert leaves social media users in stitches over misplaced fabric close-up that makes it look like the model has 'one giant breast'
An advert for a Lounge Underwear bra has left social media users in stitches ...
The lingerie brand took to Instagram to promote its Pearl Illustration Balcony Bra and Thong Set, which retails at £50 and features 'a stunning, hand-sketched embroidery illustration.'
The image features a zoomed in, enlarged close up of one bra cup to offer shoppers a more detailed look at the material and design - but it was rather unfortunately placed over the woman's chest. ...
FULL STORY: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/...r-bra-leaves-social-media-users-stitches.html
FULL STORY: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smar...iant-violin-in-venices-grand-canal-180978752/Why a String Quartet Set Sail on a Giant Violin in Venice’s Grand Canal
Local artist Livio De Marchi views the wooden replica as a symbol of the Italian city’s rebirth following Covid-19
Last Saturday, a larger-than-life, violin-shaped vessel wound its way down Venice’s famed Grand Canal. The brainchild of Venetian artist Livio De Marchi, who is known for his fantastical giant sculptures, the 39-foot-long boat carried a string quartet that played Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, among other compositions.
As Elisabetta Povoledo reports for the New York Times, “Noah’s Violin,” as the replica instrument is called, embarked on its journey alongside a handful of gondolas. Soon, a small fleet of motorboats, water taxis and traditional flat-bottomed vessels called sandoli joined the procession.
“Let’s just say that between the wind and the waves, it was challenging,” viola player Caterina Camozzi tells the Times. ...