Beautiful outdoor area.
Nice shoes, ladies.
Dividing the number of atoms in the entire atmosphere by those in one breath shows that about 1 in every 2 x 1021 atoms we breathe in the air right here is from Cleopatra’s dying exhalation (assuming, reasonably enough, that winds over two millennia have done a thorough worldwide mixing job). This, in turn, means that each of us inhales about 40 atoms — say 20 molecules — from her last gasp with every breath we take.
Cleopatra’s Last Breath – fascinating read on how, on a strictly scientific basis, human breath is the bonding glue of civilization across space and time.
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Beautiful and frightening at the same time.
Rad hair + smile + coat. Definitely getting a fringe again when I have a hair dryer and oh, I don’t know, a bathroom at my disposal. There are pros and cons to caravan life.
This is like evil bride meets gothic Frida Kahlo or something. I love the double layered skirt.