1. Spotted at my FLGS. 
#TabelTop / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1u9GFe4

    Spotted at my FLGS.
    #TabelTop / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1u9GFe4

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  2. #ducttape fixes everything / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1wa8gQA

    #ducttape fixes everything / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1wa8gQA

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  3. São Paulo might be best known for its gray cityscapes, but local Instagrammer Anderson Angelico’s (@andersonangelico) photos tell a more colorful story. “I look for colors in São Paulo, which is known for being full of traffic and dull-looking cars. It’s not easy to find color here, but if you pay close attention you can find it. Colors bring happiness and remind me of something childlike,” says Anderson, who loves exploring hidden and winding streets. Whenever possible, he tries to place people in front of his urban scenarios. “Streets are incredibly inspiring to me. They are full of people, hidden colors and so many different situations just waiting to be captured.” To see more photos as Anderson colors in São Paulo’s gray areas, follow @andersonangelico on Instagram.

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    São Paulo might be best known for its gray cityscapes, but local Instagrammer Anderson Angelico’s (@andersonangelico) photos tell a more colorful story. “I look for colors in São Paulo, which is known for being full of traffic and dull-looking cars. It’s not easy to find color here, but if you pay close attention you can find it. Colors bring happiness and remind me of something childlike,” says Anderson, who loves exploring hidden and winding streets. Whenever possible, he tries to place people in front of his urban scenarios. “Streets are incredibly inspiring to me. They are full of people, hidden colors and so many different situations just waiting to be captured.” To see more photos as Anderson colors in São Paulo’s gray areas, follow @andersonangelico on Instagram.

    Photo by @andersonangelico by instagram http://bit.ly/1mn3TYP

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  4. Raspberry sorbet, tarragon and pink peppercorn with The Truth. Wit and Wisdom (and a damn good dessert). by flyingdogbrewery http://bit.ly/1rRjenG

    Raspberry sorbet, tarragon and pink peppercorn with The Truth. Wit and Wisdom (and a damn good dessert). by flyingdogbrewery http://bit.ly/1rRjenG

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  5. PUNCH OUT / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1s38GoK

    PUNCH OUT / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1s38GoK

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  6. The GRUB Is Watching You / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1xRgUB1

    The GRUB Is Watching You / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1xRgUB1

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  7. looks good / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1pJGmXS

    looks good / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1pJGmXS

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  9. Scene from a commuter train. / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1hPVbFF

    Scene from a commuter train. / on Instagram http://bit.ly/1hPVbFF

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  10. As seen on #Cosmos: The Apollo 8 mission, first time humans left Earth orbit. 
This view of the rising Earth greeted the Apollo 8 astronauts as they came from behind the Moon after the lunar orbit insertion burn. Earth is about five degrees above the horizon in the photo. The unnamed surface features in the foreground are near the eastern limb of the Moon as viewed from Earth. The lunar horizon is approximately 780 kilometers from the spacecraft. Width of the photographed area at the horizon is about 175 kilometers. On the Earth 240,000 miles away, the sunset terminator bisects Africa. 
Image Credit: NASA

#nasa #cosmos #earth #earthrightnow #apollo8 #watching cosmos #moon by nasa http://bit.ly/1l1VhZF

    As seen on #Cosmos: The Apollo 8 mission, first time humans left Earth orbit.
    This view of the rising Earth greeted the Apollo 8 astronauts as they came from behind the Moon after the lunar orbit insertion burn. Earth is about five degrees above the horizon in the photo. The unnamed surface features in the foreground are near the eastern limb of the Moon as viewed from Earth. The lunar horizon is approximately 780 kilometers from the spacecraft. Width of the photographed area at the horizon is about 175 kilometers. On the Earth 240,000 miles away, the sunset terminator bisects Africa.
    Image Credit: NASA

    #nasa #cosmos #earth #earthrightnow #apollo8 #watching cosmos #moon by nasa http://bit.ly/1l1VhZF

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