Funicular at the world-famous Horseshoe Curve near Altoona, Pa. (at Horseshoe Curve)
My life has not been the same since I met you.
Yes I reblog this every time
I don’t watch New Girl, but this GIF set alone convinces me I should.
My photo. On the wall of the Carnegie. #achievementunlocked #ohsnapphoto (at Carnegie Museum of Art)
These nifty metal objects com from Moerkey, an Etsy shop run by Michael who handmakes awesome balls, bowls, lamps, and sculptures using materials such as old keys, reclaimed copper pipe, wire, and coins. Michael is a self-taught woodworker who began experimenting with these new materials after rummaging through his shed:
“Not so long ago, when I was supposed to be cleaning out my shed, I came across some old copper pipe saved from a previous renovation. I cut it up into rings and started making it into spheres. The first ones were a bit rough but once I worked out the technique I got creative.
I’m a bit of a hoarder and searched around for all those old keys and copper wire, that were no longer needed, and got creative with them as well. I’ve progressed from making spheres, to footballs and bowls as well as angles and brooches.”
Visit the Moerkey shop to view more of Michael’s unique metal creations.
Pittsburgh, PA - even from orbit it’s easy to see the three rivers.