Thursday, 13. April 2006
Charles Pfeil Photography
Moon - Colorado - Denver
Arrow Photos by Charles Pfeil.
Welcome to my website where I present to you my view of the world! For over twenty-two years I have been taking photos to capture the wonder of nature, the beauty of mountains and lakes, and to satisfy my fascination with the moon. As you look through the nearly 1000 photos on this site, I hope you too will experience the peacefulness of a majestic landscape, the joy from a humorous animal, or the thrill of seeing the rising full moon!
The Art of Japanese MastersKiyokata KABURAKI
Born in Kanda, Tokyo, in 1878. He was mentored by Toshikata MIZUNO, an ukiyoe painter, and exhibited works at exhibitions such as the Bunten. When the Teiten exhibition was established in 1919, he was appointed juror. Was a member of Geijutsuin (1923) art group and Teikoku Geijutsuin (1929) art group. He is also know for his elegantly flowing essays about days gone by. He received the Order of Cultural Merit in 1954.
The Art of Japanese Masters
|In the section Swiss Recipes you'll find the "Aargauerrueblitorter Recipe" - lol - ok, he or she can not speak Swiss German ... this is the correct title: Aargauer Rüblitorte. Means "Argovia Carrot Cake".|
1 1/8 pounds Carrot -- shredded
2/3 pound Butter
7 1/8 ounces semolina
7 1/8 ounces Eggs -- only yellows
3/8 cup milk
7 1/8 ounces hazelnuts, blanced
7 1/8 ounces egg whites
3 1/2 ounces semolina
3/4 pound flour
7/8 ounce baking powder
3 1/2 ounces apricots marmalade
7 1/8 ounces white confectioner's coating
2 tablespoons lime juice
Recipe Atlas - World Recipes. Yummie!!
Very strange is the Eskimo Recipe: Oogruk Flippers Recipe.
1. Cut the flippers off from the oogruk.
2. Put the flippers in fresh blubber. Let them stay there for about two weeks.
3. Take the loose fur off the flipper.
4. Cut flipper into small pieces and eat the meat.
Update 23.49 Uhr: The comment from Patrick says all!
|Groupings of 3 or more of the same ball to break them apart.|
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Phi - The Golden NumberThere are many examples of the Divine Proportion found throughout the design of the universe and everything in it, but let's take a look at one of the most important things first: You!
Let's start with something simple. Take your hand off your keyboard or mouse and look at the proportions of your index finger.
Rock Art of the Southwest
|This website presents photographs of the rock art of the Anasazi of the Four Corners Region of the United States: Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado. |
The Anasazi are perhaps the most romanticized of the prehistoric Southwestern pueblo cultures. They lived thousands of years ago in arid, yet beautiful canyon country. They 'disappeared' or migrated to the larger southwestern Hopi, Zuni and other pueblos in about 1300 AD and left behind thousands of rock art paintings [pictographs] and carvings [petroglyphs] along with the stone dwellings and graineries [storage bins].
Rock Art of the Southwest
(via Jaf Project)