Monday, April 29, 2013

#17 ~ Color / Colour

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Finally we speak about color in photo *smile* lately I'm crazy with colors on jewelry. Thanks to my Bead Soup Blog Party's partner, Lorelle, who sent me dark orange china crystal. Since that moment, I love to explore more colors for my design. Usually I use with brown - blue - pastel. Now I challenge my self to create something with these colors :
Most of them are rustic colors.

Saturday, April 27, 2013

7th Bead Soup Blog Party - The 3rd Reveal

...a storytelling...
...re-pin Pinterest via Jillian O'Malley...
One evening at sunset on the beach of Cretaceous-Paleogene period . From a distance, in the sky, appeared a bright spot. A bright spot initially small, is slowly starting to swell. It like star falling from the sky. It glows so bright, create their own light beat the sunset light. It glows because it hits the upper atmosphere at 20,000 mph. The friction of the water heats the rock and iron until it is red hot to orange. So beautiful...
...a pair of Chicxulub...
But you never know, what will happen when the beautiful falling star hit the ground. Once it hits the ground it's Chicxulub Asteroid. Asteroid hitting the ocean raise plumes of water that Noah calls "fountains of the deep". The asteroid will push the water aside and hit the ocean floor to create a crater. The water pushed aside will form a tidal wave. Waves of the ocean wash water onto the land, depositing sediment from the continental shelf. An event that wiped out an estimated 95% of marine species. And the marine ecosystems will be change.
...photo from Science Daily...
Beautiful coral reefs suddenly shattered. Habitat for fish and other sea creatures damaged. It fundamentally changed the basic ecology of the oceans. And the effects of the impact would have inhibited photosynthesis by generating a dust cloud that blocked sunlight for a year or less, and by injecting sulfuric acid aerosols into the stratosphere, roomates would have reduced sunlight reaching the Earth's surface by 10-20%. Underwater become dark than ever. It would account for the extinction of sea-plants and phytoplankton. Small creatures whose food chains were based on detritus would have a reasonable chance of survival.
...underwater debris bracelet...
250 million years next...
The Earth still survive. The earth experienced its biggest mass extinction about 250 million years ago, an event that wiped out an estimated 95% of marine species and 70% of land species. Yet the devastation by the caused by the extinction also provided evolutionary opportunities. In the wake of the extinction, many groups underwent remarkable adaptive radiations.
...Beach Holiday Fantasy by Rehana...
Microorganisms that survived the disaster, evolved with the help of radiation from the asteroid, forming a series of new string of DNA and RNA. The ocean is alive once again. Spring with many marine life and build their own planet...Ocean Planet...
...ocean planet necklace...
  • The oceans contain a 99 percent of the living space on the planet.
  • Hydrothermal vents, fractures in the sea floor that spew sulfur compounds, support the only complex ecosystem known to run on chemicals, rather than energy from the sun. Gigantic tubeworms and mussels thrive in densities of up to 65 pounds per square foot around vents.
  • Green turtles can migrate more than 1,400 miles to lay their eggs.
  • A group of herring is called a seige. A group of jelly fish is called a smack.
  • Many fish can change sex during the course of their lives. Others, especially rare deep-sea fish, have both male and female sex organs.
  • Bluefin tuna, Thunnus thynnus, are among the largest and fastest marine fish. An adult may weigh 1,500 pounds and swim up to 55 miles per hour. Prized as sushi in Japan, bluefins are also among the most valuable fish: bluefins individual can bring as much as $ 20,000 at U.S. docks.
  • Member since Reviews the architecture and chemistry of Reviews coral are very close to human bone, coral has been of used to the replace bone Grafts in helping human bones to heal quickly intervening and cleanly.
  • Horseshoe crabs have Existed in Essentially the same form for the past 135 million years. Their blood provides a valuable test for the toxins that cause septic shock, roomates previously led to half of all hospital-acquired infections and one-fifth of all hospital deaths.
  • Alginates, derived from the cell walls of brown algae, are used in beer, frozen desserts, pickles, adhesives, boiler compounds, ceramics, explosives, paper and toys.
  • The remains of diatoms, algae with hard shells, are used in making pet litter, cosmetics, pool filters and tooth polish.
  • Began life in the seas 3.1 billion to 3.4 billion years ago. Land dwellers Appeared 400 million years ago_a relatively recent point in the geologic time line. 
Ocean is part of Earth...and when Earth gets sick, she can heal herself.
Happy Earth Day!!!
...Earth had enough time to repair itself in this universe. Earth is not going anywhere. And all the lakes will come back clear. Rivers, seas, mountains, all will be green again. All peaceful again. And there might be no humans there at that time, but the Earth will improve. Because actually we, humans, do not have much time...taken from The 11th Hour by Leonardo diCaprio...

Back to Bead Soup Blog Party, today is the final reveal day. And I'm so exciting cause for the first time I practice my beadweaving. Hope you all like the idea above. And first, let me show you the beads that I have received from Lorelle McIntyre...
...click HERE for the details please...
And...
Don't forget to visit my partner blog, Beads, Fibre & More Goodness to check the soup that I had sent for her. I'm curious with the soup, cause as I know Lorelle is very good in beadweaving and soutache, so how will she gonna play with them. Just in case you want to see what I had sent for her...HERE...
Plus...
I have extra soup to send to Catharine Temaluru. She had problem with the delivery. I hope she and her partner can find a solution. Don't forget to visit her blog ienmagination's jewelry to find out about the soup I had sent. She is wire working specialist. HERE the soup for her...

Here...
The list of 7th Bead Soup Blog Party - 3rd Reveal - April 27th 2013 :
Adlinah Kamsir
Agi Kiss
Alenka Obid
Alison Sachs
Amanda Tibbetts
Amy Sims
Ana Cravidao
Andra Marasteanu
Andria Poole
Angela Perkins
Anja Schultz
Ann Sherwood
Anna Nordeman
Annita Wilson
Arlene Dean
Astrid Boyce
Barb Fernald
Betty James Hoppensteadt
Birgit Klughardt
Bonnie Coursolle
Brandy Thomason McNair
Brenda Sigafoos
Carmen Lau
Carol Wilson
Caroline Dewison
Cassie Donlen
Catharine Temaluru
Catherine Turrell
Cheri Reed
Cherrie Warzocha

Christa Murphy

Christina Hickman
Christina Stofmeel
Christine Hansen
Christine Stonefield
Cilla Watkins
Cindy Cima Edwards
Claire Lockwood
Colleen Vinthagen
Dagmar Liebisch
Dana Fowler
Danielle Kelley
Deb Fortin
Dee Elgie
Denise Milward
Diah Anggreni
Diana Gonzalez
Diane Valasek
Dita Basu
Donetta Farrington
Doris Stumpf
Elizabeth Bunn
Elizabeth Drake
Elizabeth Jones
Elizabeth Stolarczyk
Ema Kilroy
Erin Kenny
Evelyn Duberry
Fay Wolfenden
Francesca Watson
Gen Smith
Ginger Davis Allman
Giorgia Rossini
Hannah Annear
Heather Otto
Heidi Kingman
Ildiko Jarai
Iveth Caruso
Jackie Locantore
Jacqueline Keller
Jane Pranata Lim
Jennifer Davis
Jennifer Tough

Jenny Vidberg
Jessica Klaaren
Joanna Matuszczyk
Joyce Becker
Judith Johnston
Judy Riley
JuLee Wolfe
June Butt
Karen Mitchell
Kari Asbury
Karin King
Karin von Hoeren
Karla Morgan
Kathrin Lembke
Kathy Stemke



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Katja Benevol Gabrijelcic
Katy Heider
Kay Thomerson
Kelley Fogle
Keren Panthaki
Kimberly Idalski
Kirsi Loponen
Klaudia Tóth
Krista Quantrill
Kristina Hahn Eleniak

Kristina Johansson
Laney Mead
Lara Lutrick
Laura Guenther

Lauren Potts

Laurie Vyselaar

Leah Tees

Lena Adams

Lesley Watt

Leslie Wayment
LiliKrist
Linda Kropp
Linda Newnham
Linda Younkman
Lisa Boucher
Lizzie Clarke
Lora Bright
Lorelle McIntyre
Lori Anderson
Lori Finney
Lucie Bouvier
Malin de Koning
Marina Dobrynina
Marina Kosovic
Marion Simmons
Marita Suominen
Marjolein Trewavas
Marsela Schroth
Martha Aleo
Mary Govaars
Mary K McGraw
Maybeline Tay
Mea-B. Uebler
Melissa Trudinger
Menka Gupta
Merja Sundström
Merja Syrjämäki
Michelle Buettner
Michelle Escano
Michelle Wigginton
Milla Hope
Miranda Ackerely

Mischelle Fanucchi

Mowse Doyle





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Mrs M Makes
Nan Smith
Natalie Davidson
Natalie Moten
Natascha Marty
Nikki Banham-Hall
Noemi Baena
Norma Turvey
Pam DeBoer
Pam Hurst
Patti Pruhs
Penny Houghton
Penny Mills
Rachel Van-Walsh
Rebecca Sirevaag
Regina Santerre
Regina Wood



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Roberta Fauntroy
Rosanagh Watson


Rose Johnson



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Rosemary Cheslock
Rossana De Gaspari
Sabine Dittrich
Sam Waghorn
Sandi James
Sandra McGriff
Sandra Wollberg
Sandra Young
Shai Williams
Sharon Palac
Sierra Barrett
Silke Gröber
Siobhán Keogh
Stefanie Teufel
Stephanie Stamper
Sue Hamel
Sue Rennie
Susan Kennedy
Susan McClelland
Susanna Lehto
Suse Stelljes
Susie Hibdon
Suzann Sladcik Wilson

Tara Plote

Terri G.

Terry Carter

Terry Matuszyk

Theresa Frank

Tina Bosh

Tina Noonan

Toltec Jewels


Facebook Participants

Audrey Allen
Cindy Wimmer Muse
Cynthia O'Toole
Deb Floros
Debbie Jensen
Erin Honeycutt
Kaushambi Shah
Lisa Lloyd Harrison
Mary Jane Tanner
Valerie Tilghman




My Fav Bead Soup Blog Party Second Reveal...

Bead Soup Blog Party is back again *wink* now is the 2nd reveal. Just like the 1st, I'm going to blog hop to all participants's blog. So many beautiful pieces...

April Grinaway

Audrey Bélanger

Billi RS Rothove

Chris Eisenberg

Debbie Rasmussen

Saturday, April 20, 2013

#16 ~ Take A Walk

This week quite busy and messy. So the topic of Focus on Life host by Sally Russick so perfect for me weekend. I need more space to cheers my daily life. So here I went yesterday...down the Brantas river.
I found the perfect spot *smile*
 Fairly heavy flow of water, because it rained the night before.
 Look what I have found *spider* is building her webs.

 The sun shines bright...
...nature was greeted with joyous too.

Thanks for stopping by. Hopefully this photos can make your​ day brighter, just like me. Click HERE to find out other participant about their walk around their neighbourhood. Have a great weekend *cheers*