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We’ve all heard the reports and seen the photos of the tens of thousands of Occupy Central demonstrators that have clogged the Hong Kong’s streets in protest, but the enormity of those numbers can be hard to visualize. This four minute-drone video by Apple Daily however, helps puts the impressive enormity of this protest in perspective. While the video’s choice of a techno-thriller sound track seems strange, the sight of these typically car-clogged streets overrun by thousands of protestors is bound to send chills up the spine of anyone who’s visited Hong Kong. The drone footage was captured last night and shows both protestors and riot police moving through the streets. HK Apple Daily has also posted a live video stream of the protests on Youtube with accompanying commentary in Cantonese.

drunkenbotanist:

Postcardsfromthefuture depicting London and the affects of global warming.

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asylum-art:

Street Art byDavid Zinn

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I’ve been baking quite a bit of cookies lately (a batch a week for two months), and my next attempt will be spelt bread. The tips I’ve heard for spelt loaves is to use one part spelt to two parts white bread flour, to use 20% less water, and to use a tin. For muffins/scones, you can use spelt straight, but use 1 tsp baking powder, for each 110g spelt flour, when substituting spelt for white flour.

davidsimonton:

Railroad Tracks (bump), Sanford, Lee County, North Carolina, 1997

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fuckyeahplattenbau:

Solnechnogorsk, Moscow Oblast, Russia

(via mar9iela)

mpdrolet:

From London Square Mile

Polly Braden

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timmytwothumbs:

Downtown, L.A.

(via random-and-retro)

gasoline-station:

Spanish Modernity

by Iñaki Bergera | Via

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booksnbuildings:

Böttcherstraße, Bremen (Germany)

One of the architecturally most interesting streets you didn’t know you didn’t know.

(pictures from here and here)

Bremen is a well-kept secret.

abbydraws:

a cozy art for a stormy weather.

(via detourist)