Cord Keeping CRAB

A few years ago I thought of about making a little crab to hold my charging cords. It’s been a little sketch in my notebook until today. For safety’s sake I made a magnetic base. If something (or someone) falls on it, the crab falls right over. The crab is made from 22 gage steel, 16 gage steel wire…
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Students at an end-of-year dance at Randolph Elementary School, serving the ethnically-diverse Columbia Pike neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia. Photograph by Aleksandra Lagkueva from the book “Living Diversity: The Columbia Pike Documentary Project.” Visit our website: www.pikedoc.org for more information about us and our project. #pikedoc #pikedoc.org #livingdiversity #columbiapikedoc #columbiapikedocumentary #columbiapike #documentary #diversityphoto #cpdp #columbiapikedocumentaryproject #livingdiversitybook #columbiapikebook #diversity #columbiapikedocumentaryprojectbook #diversityphotobook #pikedocumentary #aleksandralagkueva #aleksandralagkuevaphoto #theredfilter

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And the winners are…take a minute to get your eyes on the winning photos in our Aquaculture Photo Contest, like this first place stunner in the Farming, Science & Technology category. This photo shows a Northern Quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria, spat inside a perfect seawater droplet. To the naked eye, this clam looks like a grain of sand. Credit: Kathryn Markey Lundgren | Bristol, RI See more winning photos here: http://1.usa.gov/1jbl3gU. #photocontest #photography #photo #sand #eye #sea #water #clam #aquaculture #aquacultureweek #noaafisheries #noaa #droplet #stunning #wow #firstplace #farming #science #technology #closeup

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Happy #FirstDayofFall! Here’s a beautiful shot from another winner in our Aquaculture Photo Contest in the “Aquaculture in Action” category. This one shows an early morning on the Bagaduce River with Annie bringing her first load of oysters to work float. Credit: Tonyia Peasley | Brooksville, ME See more winning photos here: http://1.usa.gov/1jbl3gU. #photocontest #photography #photo #oyster #oysters #aquaculture #aquacultureweek #noaafisheries #noaa #fall #autumn #firstdayoffall #nature #river #beautiful #color #colorful #morning #early

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Sunset over Coiba National Park, Panama. I recently returned to Panama to continue my project documenting the marine biodiversity of Coiba. Amazing sunset over the park viewed from Pixvae village on one of my first days back. Coiba Island, Latin America’s largest uninhabited island (some 500 square kilometers) off the Pacific coast of Panama is a truly unique place with lots of endemic species of animals and plants. Having been a penal colony for almost 100 years until 10 years ago, it is still covered with lush rainforest, and surrounded by a rich ocean environment – a time capsule with high conservation value. Together with my colleague @ChristianZiegler, I am working on celebratory photo essay about Coiba National Park. #Coiba, #Panama, #conservation, @thephotosociety, @iLCP_photographers, @natgeocreative, @TimLaman

Students at an end-of-year dance at Randolph Elementary School, serving the ethnically-diverse Columbia Pike neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia. Photograph by Aleksandra Lagkueva from the book “Living Diversity: The Columbia Pike Documentary Project.” Visit our website: www.pikedoc.org for more information about us and our project. #pikedoc #pikedoc.org #livingdiversity #columbiapikedoc #columbiapikedocumentary #columbiapike #documentary #diversityphoto #cpdp #columbiapikedocumentaryproject #livingdiversitybook #columbiapikebook #diversity #columbiapikedocumentaryprojectbook #diversityphotobook #pikedocumentary #aleksandralagkueva #aleksandralagkuevaphoto #theredfilter

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