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Ha már lassan szezon, meg ilyenek, kivételesen legyen unikum is (bár az unikumot utálom), egy Oria csöves, full 1050-es Shimano 105 szettel szerelt Binachi Rekord 905. Unikumsága egyrészt a roppant kicsi vázból ered (50x52 cm, már olyan 150-155 centitől használható), másrészt pedig abból, hogy nagyon kevés nőivázas kerékpárt gyártottak ebben a kategóriában (belépő felső). 

Egyébként szép állapotban van, minden működik és beállítva, csak menni kell vele, oszkész. Pedált, illetve szebb állapotú, ámbár fekete ülést adok, a bandázst pedig szívesen kicserélem rajt, ha megjön csájnából a rendelésem.

65 darab ezeres az ára, ami tekintve azt, hogy egy teljesen csodálatos kerékpár, meg még Bianchi is, nem sok.

Légyszíves reblogoljátok közszolgilag, mind az esztétikum okán, mind pedig azért, hogy gyorsan elmenjen és legyen helyem.


Köszi

She has gotten to the point where her mind is carved out of steel. She is tired of everyone’s bullshit. If you give her crap, she’ll tell you to get lost. All she wants is quality people in her life, people that make her feel amazing. Not shitheads like you.
—  Michael Daaboul
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Bridge House

A narrow house form, spans over the creek. Glazing each side opens the house to views in both directions, giving the feeling of living amongst the trees.

Two steel trusses forming the primary structure, were fabricated off site and erected by two men and a crane in two days. They were anchored by four small concrete piers, poured each side of the creek. Spanning between the trusses is a concrete floor slab on steel decking with a layer of rigid insulation. The “box” walling and roofing is plantation pine.

Architects: Max Pritchard Architect
Location: Adelaide, Australia
Consultant: Engineers Pocius & Associates
Constructed Area: 110 sqm
Project year: 2008
Photographs: Sam Noonan

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Giant Squid, Glover’s Harbour, Newfoundland, Canada 

A life size steel-reinforced concrete sculpture of the world record holding giant squid discovered near Glover’s Harbour, Newfoundland, Canada.

In 1878, fishermen near Glovers Harbour, N.L. caught themselves a whopper. They landed a giant squid that was 16.7 metres (55 feet) long, and was recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the biggest squid in the world. In 2001, to mark the occasion and increase tourism to the tiny Newfoundland hamlet, a replica was commissioned and built near the site of the squid’s capture.

We now know that these impressive animals can even be larger. It is said that the largest of these elusive giants ever found measured 59 feet (18 meters) in length.

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Photo credit: ©Robert Hiscock