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June 4


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  • The Mud Maid is a living sculpture by Sue Hill. Depending on the season, the mud maid’s ‘hair’ and ‘clothes’ change when the seasonal plants and moss grow over the sculpture

  • The way I built my headboard to meet the shiplap lines

  • Mount LeConte, Great Smoky Mountains

  • In England you sometimes see these wavy brick fences. And curious as it may seem, this shape uses FEWER bricks than a straight wall. A straight wall needs at least two layers of bricks to make is sturdy, but the wavy wall is fine thanks to the arch support provided by the waves.

  • Kansas City is putting up “expression walls” to give people a public space to let their voices be heard.

  • A popcorn kernel popping at 30k frames per second.

  • A melanistic fox, one of the rarest animals on the planet