Friday, February 6, 2015

Caos en la casa cuando nos convertimos en padres...

Caos en la casa cuando nos convertimos en padres...

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Cool Fantastic Four images

Cool Fantastic Four images

Some cool Fantastic Four images:

Universal Fantastic Four Fantastic Four
Image by JD Hancock Collage of Fantastic Four action figures from Marvel Comics. -- Learn more about this image at the source. Source: photos.jdhancock.com/photo/2012-09-02-084525-universal-fa...

Fantastic Four 4 Fantastic Four
Image by greyloch Staged action shot. Tech stuff: intermittently faded/masked Topaz Adjust (pencil sketch) on the background to give the image a comic art vibe. Comments? UPDATE: Okay, this is kind of the weirdest placements I've found my photos - a German on-line article about "Cancer therapy: The fantastic viruses." o.O??

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 : The First 5 Minutes ! [HD 1080p]

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 : The First 5 Minutes ! [HD 1080p]

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Nice Man Of Steel photos

Nice Man Of Steel photos

A few nice Man of Steel images I found:

Man of Steel Man of Steel
Image by andertoons

Man of Steel - 52 in 2015 Week #02 - Bokeh Man of Steel
Image by Au Kirk

Cooking Crepe Pan

Cooking Crepe Pan

Pan 2015
by Lumiago

Generally, a crepe is a very thin pancake that is sated with savory or sweet stuffs and then enjoyed like a delicious light meal. If you consider the crepe as a French tortilla, then you will surely get the idea of using it. For this, the thing you will require at first is a crepe pan. As there are lots varieties of crepe pan available in the market, you need to find the best one for you and it is not an easy task as well. It is a specialized appliance for cooking this delicious food.

Before going to make crepes, you need to look for some things. First of all, you must have to collect an upside down pan. Only an upside down pan can allow you to cook the most delicate and thinnest crepes that are required for dessert crepes. You need to wrap the top of the pan with crepes and then have to heat directly on the stovetop. You can also indulge within an electric crepe pan to prepare crepes. The main advantage of having an electric crepe pan is its control and even distribution of heat during cooking. Then again, you can easily make the crepes at your home by purchasing a stovetop crepe along with wrap kit. This type of kits not only contains the pan, but also scrapers, a dipping pan and a recipe booklet. Purchasing a shallow frying pan is the simplest way for making crepes. The people who are not interested to invest their penny into an actual pan can simply go for this item. The pan is made of heavy gauge steel. As a result, the heat can evenly conducted and speed up the cooking. However, a crepe spatula and crepe spreader is required to make your home made crepes.

Le creuset crepe panis one of the most used pans to make crepes. Some people claim that this heavy cast iron pan is the more consistent way of cooking crepes rather than the light aluminum models. As this is entirely made of cast iron, you need to take care for the surface of the pan. Though cast iron is a great retainer and distributor of heat, it's not stick free as well. So, you should slightly coat the pan with oil to cook crepes there. However, it's not the pan that you can easily twist about. A little bit wrist work is required for cooking with this. Copper crepe pan is considered as the complete cookware material for its responsive nature to the heat. It has a great durability as well. So, why are you waiting for? Just buy a crepe pan and enjoy the delightful crepes!

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How Guardians of the Galaxy Should Have Ended

How Guardians of the Galaxy Should Have Ended

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Nice White House Down photos

Nice White House Down photos

Some cool White House Down images:

Cocke-Morris House 2 White House Down
Image by Universal Pops (David)--Badly Needs Bandwidth [There are 11 photos in this series on the Cocke-Morris House] This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. The Cocke-Morris house was built about 1850 by Dr. Charles Cary Cocke (a son of John Hartwell Cocke). The house is also known as the Bridge Keeper’s House (also as the Gate Keeper’s House), information found on a plaque near the rear of the side of the house. Located near the one-time James River-Kanawha Canal, it is today quite near the James River. The home is in Bremo Bluff, Fluvanna County, Virginia. I believe at one time it had been used as a bed-and-breakfast. It was also once called the Downing House because Cocke’s home was in the style of cottages designed by Andrew Jackson Downing books as Cottage Residences (1842) archive.org/details/cottageresidence00downrich and The Architecture of Country Houses (1851) archive.org/details/architectureofco00down The white wood structure with pale blue trim is a beautiful example of Gothic Revival (Carpenter Gothic) in domestic architecture. The house is 2 1/2 stories with basement and is sited on a hillside, which increases the functionality of its basement. The steep-pitched shingle roof, the prominent front and side gables, and the use of board-and-batten siding all accentuate the verticality of the structure. A short front gable connects to a longer cross gable, both with bargeboards with an understated decorative fringe. The chimney is internal, 3 stacks in a single group, positioned asymmetrically to the roof alignment (image 8). As if to demarcate the roof from the external walls, a slender wood strip runs across both gables at roofline. The front gable houses a rectangular vent and the side gable a squat window with pointed arch. The front façade is symmetrical with bays to either side of the centrally positioned entrance. The porch has a low-pitched roof supported by slender posts. Enclosing the porch area are railings of thin square posts. Oddly there is no ornamentation or embellishment in this portion of the home. Windows throughout are mixed in terms of panes, although the molding seems uniform, even in the rear section where the windows occur in pairs. The foundation appears to be stone except in the rear which looks like cinder block, an indication that the rear was perhaps an addition. This is one of my very favorite of all houses I’ve seen. Online information on this house is sparse. It’s not in the list of National Register sites for Fluvanna County. Previously I’d posted 4 other images of the home; all eleven photos are in a set at www.flickr.com/photos/universalpops/sets/72157629635750784/ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Cocke-Morris House 10 White House Down
Image by Universal Pops (David)--Badly Needs Bandwidth [There are 11 photos in this series on the Cocke-Morris House] This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. The Cocke-Morris house was built about 1850 by Dr. Charles Cary Cocke (a son of John Hartwell Cocke). The house is also known as the Bridge Keeper’s House (also as the Gate Keeper’s House), information found on a plaque near the rear of the side of the house. Located near the one-time James River-Kanawha Canal, it is today quite near the James River. The home is in Bremo Bluff, Fluvanna County, Virginia. I believe at one time it had been used as a bed-and-breakfast. It was also once called the Downing House because Cocke’s home was in the style of cottages designed by Andrew Jackson Downing books as Cottage Residences (1842) archive.org/details/cottageresidence00downrich and The Architecture of Country Houses (1851) archive.org/details/architectureofco00down The white wood structure with pale blue trim is a beautiful example of Gothic Revival (Carpenter Gothic) in domestic architecture. The house is 2 1/2 stories with basement and is sited on a hillside, which increases the functionality of its basement. The steep-pitched shingle roof, the prominent front and side gables, and the use of board-and-batten siding all accentuate the verticality of the structure. A short front gable connects to a longer cross gable, both with bargeboards with an understated decorative fringe. The chimney is internal, 3 stacks in a single group, positioned asymmetrically to the roof alignment (image 8). As if to demarcate the roof from the external walls, a slender wood strip runs across both gables at roofline. The front gable houses a rectangular vent and the side gable a squat window with pointed arch. The front façade is symmetrical with bays to either side of the centrally positioned entrance. The porch has a low-pitched roof supported by slender posts. Enclosing the porch area are railings of thin square posts. Oddly there is no ornamentation or embellishment in this portion of the home. Windows throughout are mixed in terms of panes, although the molding seems uniform, even in the rear section where the windows occur in pairs. The foundation appears to be stone except in the rear which looks like cinder block, an indication that the rear was perhaps an addition. This is one of my very favorite of all houses I’ve seen. Online information on this house is sparse. It’s not in the list of National Register sites for Fluvanna County. Previously I’d posted 4 other images of the home; all eleven photos are in a set at www.flickr.com/photos/universalpops/sets/72157629635750784/ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.