Beautiful Things


#725

That’s a thing? At last, a sport I can enjoy.


#726

Japan man gets serious about all the things.


#727

This is my favourite astrological video

VB


#728

#729

Excellent, I enjoyed that. Did you say the whisks were only usable for a short period?


#730

I think they are only good for about 10 bowlfuls of tea and then need to be chucked away.


#731

£25 each from the shop. A nice thing to own even if you didn’t do the Matcha tea.

I’ve never tried this tea. Looks intriguing.


#732

Japanese tea ceremony at Lopwell next year?

Where is that ‘running away’ emoji?


#733

Only if you whip up some kimonos all round.


#734

£2.50 to whisk each bowlful of tea seems quite steep! I’m all for expensive and perfect tools, but they need to last.


#735

I’m sure an ultrasound cleaner would prolong its life!


#736

Having watched the film one of the schumann resonators immediately exploded in a lightening flash sending pure rapture throughout the building. Meanwhile my erection will not go down and I have an uncontrollable urge to whisk - Matcha tea and instruments ordered - I need foam in my dome.


#737

#738

I’m almost too excited to nap, must - come - down


#739

Have to suspect a China made whisk at that bargain price.

Using an electronic stylus gauge to get the precise 1g might be even more ceremonious than using the scoop.

Much to cogitate on.


#740

Scottish Highlands from the ISS on 25 February 2018


#741

Image: ESO/A. Müller, MPIA


#742

Lunar Hornet Moth taken in the Herts Wildlife Trust :heart_eyes:


#743

Venus and the crescent Moon setting side by side in the north west, beneath a faint glow of Aurora Australis; the view across the sea ice from Casey Station by Dominic Hall


#744

incredible 13 year old