I was talking to my friend just the other day telling him how un-energetic and lethargic that I was feeling. He told me about some magical mushroom that he was taking and suggested that I give it a go. The best thing about it was that he said you could drink it instead of having to take a capsule so that made it even better. It was Ganoderma Coffee. Now ganoderma is a mushroom that is also known as Reishi or Lingzhi. It has been around for centuries and was originally used by royalty in the far east. I thought that I had better do some about this mushroom before I took it and I found a great site: www.ganodermacoffeefacts.com , there was a heap of great information to be found there and now I am really keen to give it a try to see if it can indeed help me feel more energetic!
Psoriasis, who the heck wants a photo of psoriasis and yet I was browsing a photo mag and there was a picture of psoriasis that actually won an award, go figure. The article was to do with natural psoriasis remedies but really who wants to look at itchy flaky skin, not me anyway. I fail to see how that psoriasis photo could win an award but when you think about it many times the weirdest photos do end up winning awards don’t they.
I saw my first tesla coil at a science fair the other day and I was gobsmacked at it. I had seen them on TV but didn’t get a sense of how powerful they actually were and seeing it for real and feeling the electricity in the air was amazing. For those of you that don’t know what a tesla coil it, it is a coil that basically sends electricity through the air that you can actually see and hear. In fact they can change the frequency of the sound that it makes so you can actually create music by adjusting how far the sparks fly. It was probably Nikola Teslas most famous invention although the tesla generator would be close as well. If you have any photos of the coil in action please feel free to post them on here.
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Another great photo that I took was one of a Ganoderma mushroom, it was truly beautiful. For those of you that don’t know what Ganoderma Lucidum is it’s actually a medicinal mushroom that ancient Chinese used to cultivate and use very effectively, you may want to look into it some more if you have any ailments.
With a macro lens there are things that are really beautiful like solar cells, in fact when I was looking for some solar cells for sale I couldn’t believe how good they looked when zoomed in on with a decent lens, the voltaic solar cells in particular.