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New to this instance but not to . Used to be @[email protected] but that instance went offline since beginning of 2019 with no way of contacting the admin. Thanks @xvilo for the cordial invitation and here I am! I get another chance at , not sure what else to write, as all I really want to do is reconnect with people and resume the conversations.

🧡 late summer sunset... (taken at 10pm).

Oh and happy 57th Singapore national day, majulah Singapura! ❤️

Last day of summer vacation - pleasantly warm (17°C) sunny day back in enjoying an outdoor (summer oasis) lunch

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And finally for this year, thank you to @RedHat for sponsoring #NestWithFedora — and, you know, giving me a job where I can put all of my time into this amazing community. (Event in progress — "How to Join Fedora" in half an hour from this tweet.)

4 days in went by in a flash. It's great to have seen more of this Nordic country other than Copenhagen. Now flying back from airport 😆

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Female Composers Etudes Project: Coco 519 today with Marie Jaëll and her "On rêve au beau temps" (No. 12 from "Les jours pluvieux"! 🎵🎶 She uses this piece also in her piano school "Le toucher".

#piano #pianomusic #classicalmusic #femalecomposer #mariejaell #jaell

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often we are not really aware of it, but: our cities are geared towards cars. the swedish graphic artist Karl Jilg shows in a simple but ingenious illustration how little space in cities often remains for pedestrians.

This is my 9th (in 7 cities, 5 countries), 6th escaped room... (planet?) We escaped Mars! Lol. Most of the puzzles were relatively easy but one of them tripped us up for a long while. We got out with 1m 42s to spare.

some pics...

1. The Amber Room at the Guthrie Theater
2. Nickelodeon Universe at the Mall of America
3. Okciyapi (Help Each Other) by Angela Two Stars at the Sculpture Garden
4. The Basilica of Saint Mary

A few other in the :

1. Arikidea by Mark di Suvero
2. Bronze Woman IV by Thomas Schütte, with Empire by Eva Rothschild in the background
3. Back of Snowman by Gary Hume
4. Woodrow by Deborah Butterfield

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organs at the Meyerson Symphony Center (Dallas), The Basilica of Saint Mary (Minneapolis), and Cathedral of Saint Paul (St. Paul).

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Ergonomically curved keyboard? Need to try it! Ooooh a price tag of €/$ 333,000 ...

"One of the earliest remaining pianos to feature a was developed by Scandanavian piano maker Olof Granfeldt, [one such ] is currently on display at the in Finland."

Can't remember if I saw the piano when I visited the museum 10 years ago in Turku, but about time I go again anyway!

How many LOVE sculptures have you encountered? Besides this one at the Sculpture Garden, I only remember seeing them in Taipei and Tokyo... there's a whole list, need to keep an eye out for more of them! <3

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