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Was this written in a foreign language and translated to English? Poorly printed. Not worth the cash and definitely returning. Bought for my son to learn about his tortoise and he was turned off on the first page. Hell, I could not figure out what the author was trying to portray on the first page.
Amazing primary book. To know the redfoot is to love them . Don’t eat as well when temp under 80 or not soaked every day with very warm water
I used this book during a latest trip to this region and found it helpful and informative about the town and the Garden Route. The authors obviously know the region well. It is refreshingly free of the political correctness that marks tutorials such as Lonely Planet and lets people create up their own mind about South main criticism is that the section on taxis is buried away in a box on page 131. This aspect should be featured prominently at the beginning in the “Basics” chapter. I had lots of hassle dealing with illegal taxi drivers, who tried to overcharge and never had any change. It was only after about a week that I found out about the regular metered taxi firms.
This book is, without question, the definitive tutorial for the trip. It also happens to be a amazing tutorial to all the cities along the route, and to train travel in Russia in general.If you're going trans-Siberian, the author assumes that you'll be endowed with enough common sense to use metric figures and tell right from left (or, in this case, east from west), so the book isn't dumbed down with filler material. The practical info is rich, and is really an appropriate survival tutorial for how to do this thing without killing yourself. Everything from how to create your booking to how to hold yourself reasonably clean is e content is very, very good, and resembles a tutorial for a religious pilgrimage. I couldn't support but message the similarities between this book and other books I own covering the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Is has that kind of feel. All the info about each stop, including the things you're most likely to wish to see, are included.If you're serious about doing this, or if you're just interested in some of the locations other Russian travel tutorials overlook, this is your book.
This is the tutorial to buy if you plan to ride the Trans-Siberian, Trans-Mongolian, Trans-Mancurian or the Baikal Amur Mainline (BAM). Lots of detail - anexcellent tutorial to riding the Trans-Siberian and other long routes in Russia. Amazing maps, pictures and a mile-by-mile description of the route. In a compact take-along book you will search a ton of info to support you with your trip, including a wealth of practical information, brief history, tutorials to cities and towns, life aboard the train, and much more.
This is a amazing tutorial for the tTrans Siberian train trip, I just went in June 2013. It is a must have. It was amazing to have a list of train stops and length of the train stops for all of the scheduled stops on the route. The kilometer markers on the route and the description of what is is there is really great. It did not cover the 2 hour unscheduled stop we had in the middle of the night, when lighting hit at a electric power station, all of the trains are electric the guide, have a amazing trip, I did.
There are only 2 up-to-date travel tutorials for those adventurers who wish to travel the Trans-Siberian Railroad. This one is recommended by most of the blogs I have checked. It is up to date and very thorough. I am about 1/3 of the method through it and have already started making lists.
I haven't gone on my huge trans-Siberian trip yet but have started planning. This book is very detailed it is very helpful in planning. It includes info about all of the various routes, hotel information in each city, tip for buying tickets, etc. I read a review before I bought it about how the old ver was better so I was nervous to buy this one. Now that I received it, I'm glad that I bought the fresh ver because times and prices are more up to date. I haven't seen the old ver but this one is as helpful as I expected/wanted it to be.
Anyone considering taking the Trans Siberian should read this. Except for the exchange rate differances, the book is the essential bible for the trip. I stuck it in my backpack in London and read it all the method through to Vladivostok. I highly recommend it.
This tutorial contains a km by km log of all the main transib lines including the BAM, along with updated travel information and logistics information about the trip. Generally an perfect update.
Can't say much about it yet... except for the fact I already miss an e-version of the guide.Of course a paper ver has its charms and practicalities. But I am more than convinced that an electronic ver could be even more handy in a lot of ways.
This is a nice short read with ideas on using a looser technique. Things like using a bigger brush, ignoring the info and going for the major shapes, standing back from the canvas, etc. Along with some inspirational pep talk. It definitely gives me some things to try.
I enjoyed this book. This is a comprehensive summary of red light uses and benefits, and it provides readers with the author’s tested lights, and offers tip on what types of troops to avoid. The book offers explanations in layman’s terms of how red light therapy works, and what the device benefits consist of. My favorite quote from the book is “In essence, what this all boils down to is that red and near-infrared light therapy support mitochondria produce more energy, decrease inflammation, and support build the cell defense systems to increase resiliency.”
I never thought much of red light apart from associating it with gimmicky gadgets sold by companies that "create" stories to sell you another device. I was very wrong about red light. This book has been truly eye opening as to the benefits and dangers of the different spectra of lights. Well researched and even better presented. If you struggle with lack of energy, inflammation, hormonal problems and autoimmunity, this book is another tool to be added to your healing toolbox. I'm going to talk to my community about this book.
City by City is simply one of my favorite albums to come out in the past year or two. I came to YMSB by word of mouth, and bought this disc without having heard them play a note. I was completely blown away! They deliver with incredibly high energy and an intensity rare in a lot of other bands. And they're doing it with just guitar, mandolin, banjo, and bass, yielding a very traditional yet modern sound. For my cash they far exceed what other bands who incorporate elements of bluegrass are doing (i.e., String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, and Blueground Undergrass). "Rambler's Anthem" and "New Horizons" search the guys in fine form throwing down some impressive and speedy licks. There are also mellower songs of love and loss: "Must've Had Your Reasons" (a favorite) and "To See You Coming Round the Bend". And real to bluegrass tradition, they deliver with a few instumentals including "Wildewood Drive". Really, every track is amazing (including a sweet hidden gift track). As an aside, for my cash this disc is much more consistent than their previous release Elevation, City by City is on a various level (just one man's opinion). Call YMSB's brand of bluegrass whatever you want, these guys are the true deal. Don't forget to catch 'em live!
I mentioned in my review of _Elevation_ that these four guys aren't quite going to displace Railroad Earth at the top of my Favorite Band Currently In Existence list, but they're getting mighty close. And I hereby create it official that they've replaced the String Cheese Incident as my second ch nearer to "traditional" bluegrass than either of those other two bands (in part because they don't use drums/percussion), the Yonder Mountain String Band plays like one mind with four heads and eight hands. Each of the four (Jeff Austin, mandolin; Ben Kaufman, bass; Adam Aijala, guitar; Dave Johnston, banjo) is just so good, and so in tune with the other three, that they sound as though they could play the phone book, without rehearsal, and create it interesting to listen to.I mildly (very mildly) prefer _Elevation_ over this one as a recommended YMSB "starter" CD, in part because the songs on _Town By Town_ contain a couple of oblique references to tunes from the earlier release. But there's a lot to commend this one as well (and even if you don't obtain it _first_, don't forget to obtain it _later_).Since I especially like Austin's stuff, I'll single out the near-epic "New Horizons" and "Peace of Mind." They're cool enough songs in the first place. But Austin is just manic on that mandolin, and both these tunes give the rest of the band a possibility to shine on their extended instrumental breaks. (Pay unique attention to Kaufman's bass work on "New Horizons." His playing seems to be informed by a classical/jazz sensibility, which works wonderfully here. I don't mean to ignore Aijala's frenetic flatpicking and Johnston's banjo pyrotechnics, both of which are awesome; it's just that you don't have all that a lot of chances to hear Kaufman by himself.)The vocal work is tight throughout, but here too Austin's songs have (for me) a unique edge: they pair Austin with Kaufman on some preternaturally tight, almost otherwordly harmonies that sound like one voice coming out of two mouths. (Do you remember "Highway Song" from Hot Tuna's _Burgers_ release, on which Jorma Kaukonen and David Crosby sing a harmony so tight that you can't even tell which one of them is which unless you listen very, very closely? Austin and Kaufman are like that all the time.)And in the Credit Where Credit Is Due Department, here's a deep bow to the fine fiddle work of Tim O'Brien. (Darol Anger played on _Elevation_.)If you're just now being introduced to YMSB, I'd recommend starting with _Elevation_ and following it with this one; then move on to the _Mountain Tracks_ releases. But it won't damage too much if you vary the order. Heck, you can even obtain them all at once.
Saw these guys at the Fresh Orleans Jazz Fest this year, and the entire crowd was blown away! They are amazing. Chose this CD based on reviews, and was not disappointed. Of course, I can't imagine these guys disappointing me...Even if you're not a huge bluegrass fan, you'll search YMSB draws you in, particularly at their live performances. See them when you can, and when you can't, this CD (along with their others) will tide you over.
The Yonder Mountain String Band has a huge legion of young, exuberant fans, and this album demonstrates why. Their sound is distinctive. The lyrical messages of their original material are interesting. Their material is well-rehearsed and arranged. Their songs convey spirit, energy and enthusiasm. Unfortunately, they sometimes push their musical capabilities and challenge their own skills on their up-tempo pieces. "Rambler's Anthem" and "Easy as Pie" begin the album and are examples of this. The album then settles into a groove with songs like Idaho, Loved You Enough, Sorrow is a Highway, and Must've Had Your Reasons. They succeed with the up-tempo showcase newgrass number, Fresh Horizons, written by mandolinist Jeff Austin. The other band members contain Dave Johnston (banjo), Adam Aijala (guitar), and Ben Kaufmann (bass), and they all contribute original material to this album. Tim O'Brien also appears on fiddle and bouzouki. The Yonder Mountain String Band doesn't stick to those straight three-chord traditional progressions. They punctuate and accentuate their melody with a lot of excitement, and these guys clearly have a lot of fun which, in turn, energizes their audiences. Bluegrass is in amazing hands with bands like the Yonder Mountain String Band that are drawing a huge following of young fans to the music.--by Joe Ross, moderator/reviewer for "Nwbluegrass"
This is one of those CDs where every track is great. The songs range from tight instrumentals, Wildwood Drive and Hog Potato, to a nine min Fresh Horizons that goes through some awesome changes. Dave, Jeff, Ben and Adam all are awesome musicians by themselves and together create some beutiful music. It seems every year this band becomes more popular, especially amoung college age demograph. Even though I've heard some of the die-hard bluegrass traditionalists disapprove of these guys for different reasons I belive even they will fall in love with this album. Order it now, you won't be disapponted.
Yonder Mountain has captured the sure-fire funky attitude that sets them apart from other bluegrass musicians. A tremendous live act, YMSB reaches altitude on "Town" repeatedly. Noteworthy is the absoulute breakdown on "Horizon." Honestly, this is what hooked me personally. I heard the song in the middle of the night from a small public radio station on a dark highway in Kentucky--I was absolutely jolted. After an obsessive search, I found the boys, bought the CD, then saw them live in Falls Church, VA. In short though--the CD conveys the energy needed to move a cynical and cranky person like myself to actively find for more of this group. God Bless fresh melody and young talent!! Grab this CD--see the boys live, and help determined genuine talent every possibility you get!!
Yonder Mountain's City by City is one of my favorite studio albums of all time. It is truly a bluegrass classic. With each song being describing vivid and attractive country sides in the west and dealing with life struggles it simple to appreciate the music. I especially enjoyed when i went to rocky mountain national park in colorado this album i had playing non stop, it just so fitting for the situation. Just an all around feel amazing bluegrass album. :)
Unbelievable!!! The boys have done it again. Though seeing them live is unbeatable, their studio performance this time around is remarkable. With support from producer Tim O'Brien, Yonder Mountain has taken over the scene, making me wish more, more, more. Hold 'em comin guys!!!!!
Very nice introduction to the techniques of icon painting. It whetted my appetite to learn more! The illustrations were helpful and provided a clear explanatory companion to the text. Being a painter myself, I was hoping for a more technical explanation of the byzantine perspective. However, as an introduction, especially to the religious meaning of the different layers and colors, it was very good.
This book on kindle is also in paperback and has been my most useful tool in learning to paint icons. The visual illustrations capture and demonstrate clearly the aim in each of the otherwise bewildering and complicated yet essential steps in egg tempers painting. Mary Jane Miller's meditations on the meanings of each step, lines, colors, and more create this a beloved reference to return to again and again. There are typographical errors and a lot of questions about specific techniques that are unanswered, but this book is a treasure. I should add that the text of the kindle edition has about 15 percent more content than the hard copy, icon painting revealed. I want kindle formatting was more compatible with the artwork and unique effects.
Amazing tutorial for both beginners and advanced artists. Provides detailed insight into meaning behind different techniques, use of colors and strokes. Reminds artist to experience act of painting as reflective time to celebrate communion with God.
This book generously reveals some of the writers attractive insights given to her whilst writing a lot of Icons over a period of years. I As a person in the early stages of learning Iconography in the Byzantine Style and not being of the Orthodox Faith found her insights very helpful. I recommend this book to anyone wishing to gain a deeper appreciation of how to allow the Spirit work through the Iconographer's brush.
I was looking forward to reading this book but found that while it is rich with iconography history that it lacked sufficient info to complete an icon. The process was glazed over and not very clear about the process of each step.
This book is very amazing for the meditative process of iconography. I was a bit disappointed that the book was so short. It is a bit overpriced. However I did learn from the book. It does not go in depth on the process of icon writing from an srtists viewpoint.
I did it. I walked the coast path by myself and all thanks to this book. I bought the book and planned my entire trip using it and even took a few accommodation suggestions from it. The maps are perfect and while the coast path is very clearly marked, the maps are still a must to have as while you are out there in the remote wilderness all by yourself and there is no one else around, the maps in this book are a reassurance that you are on the right path. Also very helpful while navigating through the towns itself. Hats off to the author for doing such a fabulous job on the book. I spent 80% of the hike by myself on the trail and was comfortable and confident for 2 reasons 1. because I had the maps from this book along with all the useful info similar to bus stops and toilets 2. the coast path signs posted at every point where one has to create a decision on the correct path to take. With this and the wonderfully excellent weather I had on the hike, I spent 16 days on one of the best trips of my life.
I used this guidebook as I was walking along the Pembrokeshire Coastal trail. In talking to others walking along the trail as well, there was general agreement that this was the best walking tutorial among those currently published for its clarity about what one actually encounters along the trail.
This book was very helpful for planning a walking trip in Pembrokeshire. Referred to it often. Some of the small maps were tricky for getting a sense of distances in towns, but overall highly recommended. Much easier than trying to piece together a trip from online resources.
It took a bit for me to fully appreciate the detail that went into this book! The maps are a reflection of the path orientation so that took a bit of getting used to, but once you do, it’s awesome!!!! Very thorough!!!!!!
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Great colors. I used them to create a native American face for a costume. Simple to remove with a wiper. The light blue was a combination, the original blue is darker.
When I received it, It looks very little and I got madthat it will not enough for full face paint.But when I paint a face as a joker it was completly e quality was amazing and washed easily at the end of the day.
Used this to do Joker for Halloween.Easy to apply and washes off with a small work. Will buy this again.
Paint came test and cracked and wasn’t able to be used for my children Halloween costumes. Very disappointing.
The brush fibers come off in the paint. Just toss the brush and use a q-tip.
Paint was amazing quality, dried fast, looked good, and stayed on all night!
I didn't really have high hopes but this makeup was simple to apply, long lasting, not itchy, simple to remove and didn't bother my very very sensitive skin.
These petal sponges are created for adult faces! I bought them to use with children, so was surprised at their size when I opened them up. I think the listing should really create that at being said, these sponges work perfectly for face painting. They keep a amazing amount of paint and the paint sponges on nicely. Would definitely recommend these sponges as a cheaper alternative to the high priced ones you search at a face paint specialty store.
Amazing texture & density for facepainting. The teardrop shapes are amazing for butterflies or just smaller faces. The round and square shapes are additional bonuses! They come in handy in the best ways, blush, excellent circles and squares, etc.