Pink Floyd- Learning to fly

Some get the chance – I did

Published on Jul 18, 2014

The official promo video for ‘Learning To Fly’ by Pink Floyd, taken from the album ‘A Momentary Lapse Of Reason’

From 1987, A Momentary Lapse of Reason is the first album featuring the later 3 piece line-up of David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright.

The album was re-mastered in 2011. Go to http://www.whypinkfloyd.com for more details.
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12-Year-Old Opera Singer-Amira Willighagen-18 June 2017

When Dutch opera singer and “Holland’s Got Talent” sixth season winner, Amira Willighagen, opens her mouth to sing you could hear a pin drop as the audience clings onto her every note. The incredible prodigy is so impressive that she even brings her co-star, Patrizio Franco Buanne, a Neapolitan-Austrian singer, to his knees!

In a video, Willighagen, who is 12 years old at the time of the concert, is seen wowing the crowd in South Africa with her duet of “O Sole Mio.” Since winning, “Holland’s Got Talent” when she was only 9 years old, the young star continues to impress. While Franco has been singing and sharing his vocal gift with the world for over two decades, Willighagen is not intimidated by his stellar resume in the least bit! [more ]

Source: Superstar Magazine

Asperger’s Girl- Stress, How to Manage it & Sensory Toys — Anonymously Autistic

Autistic people are marked by their adherence to routine and resistance to change. We find comfort in familiarity. I like to have a plan and know what is going on also I always try to have stim toys handy. One of my favorite YouTubers – Anja Melissa has a new video talking about how she manages stress [here]

via Asperger’s Girl- Stress, How to Manage it & Sensory Toys — Anonymously Autistic

Short video of active snake-31st May 2016

Jessica had planned this outing for sometime because it involved obtaining a Cab charge voucher from her Old Age Care Package and for her Carer to have a long enough shift to do the whole day.

This is a very short video and you will find it is quickly followed by those posted by others.

Working with Wood Show

Jessica Blair shared her video.26 June at 14:29 · -0:0723 Views

Foot operated Lathe 5000 year model

Jessica Blair at Sydney Showground Olympic Park.26 June at 14:27 ·

The Rare Chairs stand, at the Sydney, Working with Wood, Show.rare•chairs came into existence in 1990 to rekindle interest in the traditional way of making Windsor Chairs.The craftsmanship of the English Windsor Chair has a significant place in the history of world furniture. It is widely regarded as one of the most challenging forms of woodwork. To achieve the authenticity of the craft, chairs are constructed at rare•chairs using hand tools only. Many of these tools are rare and almost forgotten, some we have had specially made. One of the most intriguing devices used in chairmaking is the pole-lathe, an ancient form of foot powered wood turning lathe used to create the decorative legs, stretchers and spindles. This type of lathe was used in Egypt about 300BC. The design, perfected in the Iron Ages was also used extensively by itinerant woodland turners in the 18th and 19th centuries in England to supply components to the growing chair industry.Today, this craft, almost on the point of vanishing, has been revived by rare•chairs so they can teach you the forgotten skills of the Turner, the Bottomer, the Benchman and the Framer.The preservation of traditional chairmaking is increasingly important. rare•chairs builds authentic replicas of these unique chairs to commission and conducts chairmaking courses at their rural workshop in the Upper Hunter Valley NSW, Australia.Web http://rarechairs.com.au/welcome/

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