As we recover from #snowpocalypse we'd like to share one of our past projects. It's a modern addition in the back of the existing home. Everything looks better in the snow!!! See the full project in our profile link above. #itscold#juno ...
#TBT to March 9, 1611, when Dutch astronomer Johannes Fabricius observed the first sunspots! Sunspots are huge areas on the surface of the sun that can be up to 4,000° F cooler than the surrounding surface temperature. #sunspot#sun#solarstudies#astronomy
Credit: NASA/SDO ...
Who else loves making art by harnessing the power of the SUN?! Some things will never go out of style.
tap that ♥️ button please, i'd really appreciate it! once i get this to 20 likes, my shop will officially open.
hi everyone! i'm zee yann (but you can call me zy), a new #studygrammer !
this is my first post and i'm pretty proud of these notes on adaptations (a topic for science). i don't know why i'm studying now because my exams are over, and i'm just waiting for my results. i hope i did well...
anyway, i spent quite a bit of time on this so i hope you like it! (i hope for a lot of stuff.) tap on the picture to see what stationery i used for this, and swipe left to see more pictures of the exact same notes, taken from different angles. if you still have difficulty reading the notes, feel free to pm me!
more notes on adaptations will be up soon. follow me to see all new pictures that i post on this account! 😀
qotd: favourite book? i'd pick the fault in our stars by john green. it wins hands down.