David Sarellano

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30 cosas que hacer en la ciudad de Puebla

Estas son algunas de las actividades que no puedes dejar de realizar durante tu próxima visita a Puebla, capital reconocida como Patrimonio de la Humanidad.<p><b>1.</b> Visita la <b>Catedral</b>. Comenzada a construir entre 1536 y 1539 por iniciativa del obispo de Tlaxcala, fray Julián Garcés, la Catedral de la …

Pajarita, fusión en un bar de Apodaca - Gastroeconomy

<b>Este local, abierto en noviembre de 2014 en el cruce entre Malasaña y Alonso Martínez, gira en torno a un formato de cocina global a precios</b> …

Disfrutar, el menú 2014 de Castro, Xatruch y Casañas

<b>Oriol Castro, Eduard Xatruch y Mateu Casañas, jefes de cocina de elBulli durante años, estrenan su restaurante de Barcelona, con un formato de doble</b> …

By Their Fridges Ye Shall Know Them

For a project Mark Menjivar calls "Refrigerators," the social worker turned photographer makes as-is images of the fridges of people from all walks of life.

APOD: Unusual Light Pillars over Latvia (2014 Dec 28) Image Credit & Copyright: Aigar Truhin http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap141228.html Explanation: What's happening over that town? Close inspection shows these strange columns of light occur over bright lights, and so likely are light pillars that involve falling ice crystals reflecting back these lights. The above image and several similar images were taken with a standard digital camera in Sigulda, Latvia in late 2009. The reason why these pillars fan out at the top, however, remains a topic for speculation. The air was noted to be quite cold and indeed filled with small ice crystals, just the type known to create several awe-inspiring but well known sky phenomena such as light pillars, sun pillars, sun dogs, and moon halos. The cold and snowy winter occurring this year in parts of Earth's northern hemisphere is giving sky enthusiasts new and typically unexpected opportunities to see several of these unusual optical atmospheric phenomena for themselves. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=141228 #APOD