Taking everything seriously😜

#vscocam #vscogrid #vsco @vsco #jumpstagram #inspiredtojump #instacuatrameet #hormonalburrito (at 🎶Stromae-Papaoutai)


Awesome time at a petting zoo in Johnson City, TX with the #instacuatrameet gals, @margariet @chadesalu @ab_peture #vscocam #vscogrid #vsco #makeportraits #hormonalburrito


Aujourd’hui il a plu et j’apprends le française. ☺️☁️☔️
#vsco #vscocam #vscogrid @vsco #wimberley


Trying something new by using LV1 #vscocam #vsco #vscogrid @vsco #wimberley



emily p.
ballerina at the jacobs school of music
bloomington, indiana
june, 2014

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London’s @Globemakers keep an old tradition alive

To view more photos and videos from Peter’s studio in London, explore the Bellerby Globemakers location page and follow @globemakers on Instagram.

Bellerby and Co. Globemakers (@Globemakers), a small business in a leafy borough in northeast London, is keeping the tradition of bespoke globemaking alive.

Peter Bellerby wanted to buy a globe as a present for his father’s 80th birthday, but found there were only expensive antiques or reproductions available. After two years of trying to create the perfect globe, Peter turned this newfound passion into an artisan business. Today, he is one of three known globemakers in the world and the only handmade globemaker.

Peter had to learn the process that the globemakers before him had taken to the grave. From his warehouse studio, his team handles woodworking, engraving the meridians and applying watercolored papers—with no ripples or overlaps—to the globes by hand in painstaking fashion. Small globes can take a month, and the largest can require six to eight months to complete.

"Globes, inspire people to travel, to learn about the planet, and provide geographical knowledge about how the world was at the time it was produced," says Peter’s fiancée Jade, who decided to document daily life of in the studio on Instagram. "I love Instagram as I feel you can sum up the best part of the day in one or two photos and skip all the less interesting things between."

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Google Self-Driving Car Project 


We’re now developing prototypes of vehicles that have been designed from the ground up to drive themselves—just push a button and they’ll take you where you want to go! 

…they’ll be designed to operate safely and autonomously without requiring human intervention. They won’t have a steering wheel, accelerator pedal, or brake pedal… because they don’t need them. Our software and sensors do all the work. 

The future just got a little bit closer.

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🍤 F L y I N G S H R I m P 🍤

Goodtimes at the Bishop Art District, Dallas, TX … We found out that most are “closed on Monday” Especially the Pie Emporium which we looked foward to next time. But we make the best of it and take some Awesomeness pics! @strangergabe @ohmanitsbunny @margariet @chadesalu #inspiredtojump #vsco #E3 #bestofvsco (at 🎶 Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers - Little Bitty Pretty One 🎶)

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