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📍Inch beach 🇮🇪
📍Inch beach 🇮🇪
“When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.”
- Haruki Murakami
“When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.” - Haruki Murakami
📍 Ireland 🇮🇪 Dunquin
📍 Ireland 🇮🇪 Dunquin
📍Ireland 🇮🇪 Cliffs of Moher consist mainly of beds of Namurian shale and sandstone, with the oldest rocks being found at the bottom of the cliffs.
📍Ireland 🇮🇪 Cliffs of Moher consist mainly of beds of Namurian shale and sandstone, with the oldest rocks being found at the bottom of the cliffs.
Poulnabrone is a classic example of a portal tomb with two tall portal stones flanking the entrance to a rectangular stone-lined chamber which is covered by a single large capstone.
Archaeological excavations, carried out between 1986 and 1988, revealed that at least 33 individuals were buried in the chamber. (~4200-2900 BC)
#Archaeology #LoveIreland
Poulnabrone is a classic example of a portal tomb with two tall portal stones flanking the entrance to a rectangular stone-lined chamber which is covered by a single large capstone. Archaeological excavations, carried out between 1986 and 1988, revealed that at least 33 individuals were buried in the chamber. (~4200-2900 BC) #Archaeology  #LoveIreland 
Port Meadow 📍 #Sunset
Just a short cycle from the city centre, take a break once in awhile. 🐄
Port Meadow 📍 #Sunset  Just a short cycle from the city centre, take a break once in awhile. 🐄
🕊 bird’s eye view

All Souls College from University Church 📍
🕊 bird’s eye view All Souls College from University Church 📍
All Souls College 📍 
The Chapel • designed by Sir James Thornhill in 1716, and restored and gilded in the late twentieth century. #Gothic #Baroque #Architecture
All Souls College 📍 The Chapel • designed by Sir James Thornhill in 1716, and restored and gilded in the late twentieth century. #Gothic  #Baroque  #Architecture 
Don’t forget to enjoy the view. 📚
Don’t forget to enjoy the view. 📚
Creativity takes courage. - Henri Matisse
Creativity takes courage. - Henri Matisse
One's work may be finished someday, but one's education never.
-Alexandre Dumas
One's work may be finished someday, but one's education never. -Alexandre Dumas
Thin-sections • a 30μm slice of a ceramic. A common lab prep technique to examine a rock, mineral, soil, pottery, bones and sometimes metal. The method uses the Michel-Lévy interference colour chart to define and observe minerals and/other inclusions. 
#ArchaeologicalScience
Thin-sections • a 30μm slice of a ceramic. A common lab prep technique to examine a rock, mineral, soil, pottery, bones and sometimes metal. The method uses the Michel-Lévy interference colour chart to define and observe minerals and/other inclusions. #ArchaeologicalScience 
Ancient lipids • best preserved biomolecules and are used as archaeological biomarkers. Through various extraction protocols, we can isolate and identify animal fats, plant waxes, resins, vegetable oils, bitumen, etc. #ArchaeologicalScience #PhDLife
Ancient lipids • best preserved biomolecules and are used as archaeological biomarkers. Through various extraction protocols, we can isolate and identify animal fats, plant waxes, resins, vegetable oils, bitumen, etc. #ArchaeologicalScience  #PhDLife 
Ceramics and other materials must be impregnated by resin in order to obtain a flat surface. Samples are prepared to be examined by a scanning electron microscope or other such techniques. Archaeologists follow similar protocols from other disciplines (i.e geosciences/material science/etc). Polishing is the last step of sample prep. It takes time, but the sample transforms into a tangible material that can be stored in a lab and analyzed by future researchers. The most satisfying bit: analyzing this particular artefact that was constructed by someone 6000 years ago. #ArchaeologicalScience
Ceramics and other materials must be impregnated by resin in order to obtain a flat surface. Samples are prepared to be examined by a scanning electron microscope or other such techniques. Archaeologists follow similar protocols from other disciplines (i.e geosciences/material science/etc). Polishing is the last step of sample prep. It takes time, but the sample transforms into a tangible material that can be stored in a lab and analyzed by future researchers. The most satisfying bit: analyzing this particular artefact that was constructed by someone 6000 years ago. #ArchaeologicalScience 
📍 The Codrington Library 📚 completed in 1751. The library comprises ~185,000 items, about a third of which were published before 1800. #AllSoulsCollege
📍 The Codrington Library 📚 completed in 1751. The library comprises ~185,000 items, about a third of which were published before 1800. #AllSoulsCollege 
London 💛 #forever @shahe_gregorian | Tate Modern 🎨
London 💛 #forever  @shahe_gregorian | Tate Modern 🎨
Evenings in Oxford. ✨
Evenings in Oxford. ✨