Adventures In Yarnia

stumbling through life, one skein of yarn at a time. i knit a lot. i also dye yarn & sell stuff.

enochliew:

The Midnight Planétarium by Van Cleef & Arpels

The movement of each planet is true to its genuine length of orbit: it will take Saturn over 29 years to make a complete circuit of the dial, Jupiter will take almost 12 years, Mars 687 days, Earth 365 days, Venus 224 days and Mercury 88 days.

(Source: vancleefarpels.com, via mattnathanson)

When I finally get to quit, this is how I’m gonna go out.

When I finally get to quit, this is how I’m gonna go out.

Throwback Photo: Taken atop the Carnival Pride. Oh yeah, I’m classy like that.

Throwback Photo: Taken atop the Carnival Pride. Oh yeah, I’m classy like that.

Throwback Photo: The prototype for the bulky version of my River Deep, Mountain High cowl pattern! I really must make another of these, so much squish. =D
March 2013

Throwback Photo: The prototype for the bulky version of my River Deep, Mountain High cowl pattern! I really must make another of these, so much squish. =D

March 2013

Throwback Photo(art): One of the first days I had my first dslr I walked all around campus and this photo is a result of that day and the “visual images” class I took that semester.
December 2007

Throwback Photo(art): One of the first days I had my first dslr I walked all around campus and this photo is a result of that day and the “visual images” class I took that semester.

December 2007

Throwback Photo: One of my favorite photos from my last trip to Paris. Yes, this is in fact on the face of Notre Dame. Love it.
March 2009

Throwback Photo: One of my favorite photos from my last trip to Paris. Yes, this is in fact on the face of Notre Dame. Love it.

March 2009

zooborns:

Denver Zoo’s Second Malayan Tapir Birth Goes Smoothly

Denver Zoo is celebrating the birth of an endangered Malayan Tapir calf! The male calf, named Baku (Bah-koo), was born on April 29. Fortunately, his delivery was much easier than that of his older brother, who was saved by mouth-to-snout rescue breathing by keepers back in 2012.

Learn more at Zooborns.