The pink color comes from microorganisms called Dunaliella salina, which thrive in the extremely salty lake. The red pigment is D. salina‘s version of chlorophyll, allowing the organisms to collect energy from the sun. All of this is natural, if visually insane. Sometimes nature is easily as crazy-looking as human-made pollution.
This is a really neat idea. Each table has a number so have everyone from that table leave you a note for your anniversary that year. Maybe not whole books though, as it says on the thing. Perhaps a small notepad that can be easily stored, along with the
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It's the time again when we celebrate sunnier, longer days with friends and family. As an American tradition, eating is a cornerstone of coming together and enjoying one another's company. However, these celebrations do change the way we eat and the amount we eat. Did you know that Americans tend to eat more when in groups? Here is a look at how we prepare and eat meals during the summer months.
Pink-coated brick is an unexpected color choice for this Brooklyn loft, but it’s the perfect mood-lifting shade in David Alhadeff’s home. (From Sneak Peek: Best of Pinks and Reds) #sneakpeek #pink #red
Blond versus brunette is a mental battle I have with changing seasons. Then this editorial lands in my inbox and I know for sure I SHOULD NEVER BE A BLOND BECAUSE…DAPHNE. OK. Can ‘pretty’ and ‘power’ harmoniously exist in the same sentence? Sunday Times Style UK makes me believe maybe, maybe so. I don’t even mind all the Pepto-Bismol pink. I don’t even have a problem with the tag ‘A proper fashion kitten’ because…MEOW. DAPHNE!