September292014
September282014
September272014
September262014
littledallilasbookshelf:

Mount Stuart House, Isle of Bute, Scotland

littledallilasbookshelf:

Mount Stuart House, Isle of Bute, Scotland

(via booklover)

books 

September252014
wnderlst:

Qinghai, China | David Liu

wnderlst:

Qinghai, China | David Liu

(via cabinology)

nature 

September242014
ariannayooo:

eartheld:

mostly nature

☽ Mostly forests & oceans ☾

ariannayooo:

eartheld:

mostly nature

☽ Mostly forests & oceans ☾

(Source: burning-soul, via a-lycia)

nature 

September232014
September222014
“If you limit your choices only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all that is left is compromise.”

Robert Fritz

(via namelessin314)

(via princesshoneycunt)

quotes 

4AM
“Inside every cynical person, there is a disappointed idealist.” George Carlin
September212014

Finally stretched and hung up.

I probably could have done better with the stretching, but for a first attempt I don’t think it was too bad.

12PM
mikaelsplayground:

Lake Como, Italy

mikaelsplayground:

Lake Como, Italy

nature 

12AM
September202014
“When you start seeing your worth, you’ll find it harder to stay around people who don’t.” Worth by Emily S. P.    (via harukimuracallme)

(Source: emilythefitblr, via pasfolichon)

quotes 

September192014
mikaelsplayground:

Wreck of the SS America - Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

mikaelsplayground:

Wreck of the SS America - Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

nature art 

3AM

mousebitefever:

So I’ve been trying to think of how to put a garden in my apartment. I have some left over high power LEDs in the right wavelength. But I need to find a good way to heatsink them. Being broker than usual means being a bit more creative. After kicking around a few ideas I think I might use some heatsinks generally used for solid state relays. The wattage on the LEDs is much lower than these should be able to handle but I can get a decent price on these in the quantity i need.

In the pictures Ive got a blue LED hooked up to a bench top power supply feeding a constant current of 0.6A (which given the crap quality of the power supply readout is usual about 0.1-0.2A shy of actual output as measured with a multimeter)

After a few minutes at this current level the led modules are too hot to touch. But I put one on a spare heatsink I had sitting around and after a few hours it was barely above ambient.

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