This fellow stopped by one evening a few weeks ago. He'd lost one of his antlers (I'd love to find it in the yard, but no luck so far). He wasn't hungry; just wandering, maybe looking for a place to bed down. He didn't seem to mind posing for the camera.
Eventually he wandered down the hill a bit, and a friend joined him.
I guess losing one antler at a time isn't all that uncommon for
mule deer, though it was the first time I'd seen it. I wonder if their
heads feel unbalanced.
Meanwhile, spring has really sprung -- I put a hummingbird feeder out yesterday, and today we got our first customer, a male broad-tailed hummer who seemed quite happy with the fare here. I hope he stays around!
Capture the value of eternity = beautiful
DREAM HAUS (minus the logo).
The VIPP Shelter | VIPP
Location: Denmark | 485,000 € / 585,000 $ | Source: Vipp + Archdaily
- Vipp is rooted in the manufacture of industrial objects, so the term ‘shelter’ is a typology that allows us to define this modern escape as a product inspired by large volume object such as a plane, a ferry or a submarine.
I want to live in this so badly.
I like everything except the part where you are basically an animal in a terrarium. People in glass houses should not only not throw stones, but also not forget to wear underwear.
Is that the tenth Doctor or Ben Wyatt?
Loft 9b ( photos, not 3D ) on Behance.
Project : Dimitar Karanikolov | Veneta Nikolova.
Do not disturb, Mirko Rotondi