How would you feel if you didn't know where your next meal was coming from? Unfortunately this is a global challenge and the narrative of so many people across the globe. Access to food is a human basic right!
Please check out these enlightening images from @epicchannelindia, @sustainnation & @soylent and declare the steps you will take to eradicate worldwide hunger beginning today on #WorldFoodDay .
 Marrocos é surpreendente.. e não apenas pelo deserto, pela energia, pelas cores, costumes ou cheiros.. mas também pelo facto de se poderem encontrar em zonas completamente áridas fósseis como este: trilobites do período Paleozóico, só existentes em anteriores ambientes marinhos!
It is this time of the year when it feels that the nature is taking a pause… after a revitalising spring and languid summer, it is time to take count. Tender days of autumn bring up a mix of emotions….. but this season has always drawn me by its philosophical quietness, fragrant air and vivid colours.
For me one and only one painting embraces all these feelings that autumn pours onto me, all the thoughts and emotions that preoccupy me during the fall. It is Golden Autumn by a Russian master Isaac Levitan that he painted in distant 1895. His name is not widely spread, but it is almost a household name for Russians.
With photographic accuracy Levitan infused his canvas with the golden blush of birch trees, he dotted his fall forests with snippets of red and orange, illuminated by mottled blue skies and cushioned by green-brown forest beds. So whatever remains of true, sun-lit fall is treated as an ephemeral treasure, something to be grabbed and enjoyed.
Just before the winter months coat you, try to absorb as much as possible of this fall(ing) autumnal beauty, try to see Levitan’s Golden Autumn not as a composition of trees or a rolling river, but as a moment in time that explodes with the mystery. A moment that must be captured to the best of the artist’s ability.
If you have a chance, head to the Tretyakov Gallery and look for the Golden Autumn, or go to the park, alley, forest… and discover your own favorite shades of the nature’s decadence. Take it in before this feast of colors vanishes into the crispy winter.
Happy World Egg Day! October 12th was the day to celebrate eggs as an excellent, affordable source of high quality protein and their vital role in feeding people around the world. 💥Can you count the numerous ways you can cook a meal with Eggs?!
 Os turbantes são outro dos elementos que fazem parte da cultura marroquina, protegendo do sol, do calor e da areia. São vendidos por cerca de 30 dirhams (3 euros regateáveis) e podem ser colocados de diversas maneiras.