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.
The New Librarian Collaborates! In the Library With a Lead Pipe, a blog authored by several librarians across the United States, explores new ideas and starts conversations with peer-reviewed articles intended to "help improve our communities, our libraries, and our professional organization."
Chiffon Maxi Dress This is a white and blue maxi dress from Old Navy. It is perfect for spring and summer. The top has a V cutout that's sexy and stylish. There's a string belt in the same pattern but you can add your own leather belt as well for a different look. There is a bit of fraying on the strap but it doesn't affect wear at all and is not very noticeable. Size L. The cover photo is not mine; it's from a blog called "brookedujour," which you can visit if you want to see more photos of…
Grey Linen (called French Linen in the US) Excellent info from Ciruelo Interiors Blog; "Annie Sloan Chalk Paint lovers: Here is my extended colours range" show how the colors can be mixed to achieve huge color range~