Saturday-Pentacle, Week 17 Issue
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I’ll keep on shuffling the current sections as and when it will feel relevant.
PS. – I’m on Instagram
App I’m enjoying using –
Snapseed By Google Inc.
This app is google’s answer to Adobe Photoshop app. You can do most of the pro stuff which was only possible in Adobe Photoshop only. I’ve been using this app from past few months and I can tell you this app is amazing with speed, the accuracy of colour and the amazing filters. It can also do cross layer image composition like you see in any professionally composed photograph, where two photographs are merged to create an amazing piece of art. This is just one feature, there are many many more features.
This app is developed by Nik Software which was acquired by Google in 2012, after some time of launching Google+.
Just in case if I got you curious, you can go check out this app –
My most popular Instagram post recently —
The other day I entered inorbit and saw this ginormous traveller’s suitcase. Looked like a suitcase from my dreams, after I’ve travelled the world.
Article(s) I’m enjoying (and pondering) —
The Italian Winemakers’ Cult – Do you love wine? Or are curious about wines? Well, then this article is like a candy story for the small kid in you.
This article also talks about the Biodynamic Winemaking and the Biodynamic process of making anything in general. The main motto of this biodynamic processing is to make whatever quantity is required and produce no waste. I’m really really fascinated by the cult group of winemakers in countryside Italy. This article is actually from a travel journalist Danielle Pergament of The New York Times, so it’s a goodness mix of wine and travelling. Go taste some by reading this article and make your weekend good.
What I’m reading/watching/listening to —
6 Minutes in Japan: Tokyo & Kyoto – 4k – A really visual tour of Japan in 6 minutes in super high 4k quality. This video is delicious.
Quote I’m pondering on lately – As the article of today is about good wine, so quoting Homer today on wine.
“[I]t is the wine that leads me on,
the wild wine
that sets the wisest man to sing
at the top of his lungs,
laugh like a fool – it drives the
man to dancing… it even
tempts him to blurt out stories
better never told.”
― Homer, The Odyssey
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