Phandom Calendar 2016
2016 Fb : @danandphilfrenchcommunity J A N U A R Y Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Notes : The key is at the end, on the page 13. Almost all the words are linked (hypertext, even if it’s not blue and underline lik...

I’ve made a calendar/archive of what’s happened in the Phandom in 2016 (videos, tours, important tweets, collabs, liveshows, etc…). Almost each things are linked, even tweets and liveshows. 

You can use it to look back at all the thing Dan and Phil have done this year, watch again their videos, or other stuff, like being correct when you’re writing a Phanfic in 2016 or something…

(If you’re watching with your phone, please download the Google Doc app and set the layout)

I’m updating it every week.

It took me hours for doing that. Please reblog if you like it :’)

A spread from my old architecture journal. Seeing this with fresh eyes has really inspired me, I am so many different things and creativity comes in many forms - unstructured and structured. I really love the mixture of personal memories, literature/philosophy and permaculture/site analysis informing an outcome. Remember that you are in control of what creativity is and what it means to you.



Chapter One - Nathalie:

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10Part 11 | Part 12 | Part 13 | Part 14 | Part 15 | Part 16 | Part 17 | Part 18 | Part 19  | Part 20 | Part 21 

Chapter Two - Adrien is … :

Part 22 | Part 23 | Part 24 | Part 25 | Part 26 | Part 27 | Part 28Part 29 | Part 30 | Part 31 | Part 32 | Part 33 | Part 34 | Part 35 | Part 36 | Part 37 | Part 38 | Part 39 | Part 40 | Part 41 | Part 42 | Part 43 | Part 44 | Part 45

Chapter Three - What can I do?:

Part 46 | Part 47 | Part 48 | Part 49 | Part 50 | Part 51 | Part 52 | Part 53 | Part 54 | Part 55 | Part 56 | Part 57 | Part 58 | Part 59 | Part 60 | Part 61 | Part 62 | Part 63 | Part 64

A waterspout is a vortex appearing over a body of water: a terrifying link from cloud to sea. These sketches are from a 1798 pamphlet in our archives.

This image is the foot of a spout from 6 January 1789. The caption reads 

On the left hand are seen the clouds which rise towards the zenith, but still considerably distant. This foot had plumes elevated nearly like sails, and was driven towards the shore by the wind. In proportion as it came near the land it contracted and was reduced into a column of mist, which the wind overset on the land the moment the supply of water was wanting.

 This next image is from the same day:

“Nothing could more nearly resemble a ship of war on fire than this phenomenon, excepting that no flames appeared. I have endeavoured to shew the continual jets of its surrounding vapour, and of the water which issued from the center. At b are seen the remains of a water spout after it has been destroyed by the foot having touched the ground.

On the left of this next illustration, a represents the foot of the second water-spout ready formed, which was probably the third. It has yet no spout. At b is seen a protuberance tending obliquely towards the east, and advancing to the west with the cloud to which it is suspended.

Finally, this illustration shows two spouts. The authors writes that the wind was less strong on this day than the 6 January spouts above, and the phenomenon was proportionally less. 

It may be seen at a and b that the surrounding plumes of the foot had not the power to raise themselves up as in the preceding figures, but were kept down by the wind.

And here’s a modern-day photograph of the phenomenon: