Non-alcoholic beer tends to look like a cheap knockoff of its boozy brethren. Take O’Doul’s, Anheuser-Busch’s no alcohol beer that has sported a pseudo-Irish lager label that looks as old as its 28 years of existence. No surprise here, but O’Douls was having trouble with millennials, which is what ledRead More →

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  Located just a half hour outside Reykjavik is what may be one of the most unique cabins in Iceland. Introducing the Panorama Glass Lodge. sThis igloo-like home features a small fully equipped kitchen, a dining table, full bathroom, and hot tub – essentially everything you’d expect out of a high-endRead More →

  Have you always dreamed of seeing the Northern Lights in the middle of the wilderness? Does snuggling up next to a fire while snow falls on the roof of your cabin sound appealing? How about soaking in a hot tub outside in a winter wonderland? Glamping — code word for glamorous camping — isn’t a new concept, but it isRead More →

“SumĂ©rgete en un ocĂ©ano textil” es el proyecto presentado por el estudio valenciano BOMa y la diseñadora de interiores Carmela MartĂ­ para la Feria de Hostelco 2018, celebrada en Barcelona. Source: ” SumĂ©rgete en un ocĂ©ano textil ” | More with LessRead More →

http://www.beautifullife.info/urban-design/dubldom-shelter-beneath-the-northern-lights/ DublDom Shelter Beneath The Northern Lights Located in the snowy hills of the Murmansk region, Kandalaksha, there is a snowy seclusion that offers true solitude. Source: DublDom Shelter Beneath The Northern LightsRead More →

Finland was ranked the happiest country in the world this year, and no wonder! First there’s Kalsarikannit, the fine Finnish art of drinking alone at home in your underwear, and now there’s this extremely cool hotel situation. You can now take in the awe-inspiring majesty of the Northern Lights fromRead More →

Image via NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (public domain) Resident sky-spotters in Canada have uncovered a new natural phenomenon in the same league as the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and Aurora Australis (Southern Lights). According to NASA, “citizen scientists”—people funded by the space agency who have an interest in scienceRead More →

An explosion of colours at the colour run

As a web designer, my aim in studying colours is to acquire the knowledge that will enable me to use and combine them to support the purposes of the website I am building. I may use understated, muted colours for quiet and subtle sites (Corporate Website).Read More →

Explore the Golden ThĂłrsmörk, Iceland with Marina Weishaupt AoiroStudio Mar 02, 2018 We are exploring the Southern part of Iceland today with photographer Marina Weishaupt. She is from Germany and truly a passionate about nature, animals, and environment.Read More →

Lush green, wheat yellow and rust brown star in this rural-inspired colour scheme that is quite contemporary.  I call it Country Cool.Read More →

Northern lights are a result of the collision of gaseous particles in the Earth’s atmosphere.  This palette I created from the deep and cosmic colours of a photo taken in Estonia. I have called it Aurora.Read More →

Gazing up, the first thing you notice when viewing the 33-foot tall cabin, The 7th Room , is its base, an aluminum covering featuring black and white images of the pine trees that surround the structure. Used as camouflage, this exterior panel immerses the treetop cabin into its environment, blurringRead More →

Horst P. Horst, Dress by Mainbocher, 1936

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Relax With These Photography Links As another terrific week flies by in the world of photography, we find Toad Hollow Photography searching through a massive list of links looking for the very best ones to share here with everyone. Source: January’s Been a Long Month – Kick Back With TheseRead More →

Photograph by Walker Berg/Portland Police Bureau Forensic Evidence Division Criminalist Walker Berg of the Portland Police took this amazing photo from the 12th floor of the Justice Center. The Portland Police are calling it “Crows on Snow.” Interestingly, a group of crows is known as a ‘murder’. Source: Picture ofRead More →

Japanese photographer Yuichi Yokota traveled during three months to live the Finnish winter in Lapland. Extreme temperatures, snow-covered landscapes, auroras borealis and journeys in sled with huskies all that characterized a freezing winter season and warm and poetic moments offered by nature. Source: Captivating Pictures from Finnish WinterRead More →