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De Riekermolen aan de Kalfjeslaan bij de Amstel. Het is een poldermolen en een rijksmonument en staat bij het Amstelpark onder de rook van Amsterdam. . Ik maakte een fietstocht vanaf het Amstelstation naar Ouderkerk aan de Amstel. Ideaal: met je OV-fietsabonnement leen je een fiets en ben je in no time buiten. . .

Wetter ist im Norden ja nicht das beständigste. Und auch um diese Mühle streiten sich Sonne und Wolken!☀️☁️⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Aber was für ein toller Kontrast das ist!😮⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Perfekt um weiter zu ziehen und uns zu verabschieden. Ab morgen dann neue Stelle neue Welle...oder so😅⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Gallery 2 from Orange Camera club’s trip to Manildra on the weekend 🏭

A few of our members went out to Manildra Flour Mill on the weekend to take some photos. Thank you very much to Adam for organising. Here is a selection of their photos. More to come so I will call this Gallery 1 😊

Продолжаем готовиться к новому году :))) (да, да - уже пора) Моё первое знакомство с наборами от Mill Hill - это ❤️ Вышивала хоть и долго но с  удовольствием 😊 Над оформлением ещё думаю, но скорее всего это будет коробка для новогодних игрушек :)

I machined this Rubik's Cube in the spring of 2019 after senior design. Then I filed, polished, and added color after graduation. Pictures from the process are in this post. A normal Rubik’s cube takes me 1:30 to solve and the steel one takes me 8:30 to solve 😊 . . . . . . . . . . . .

Baba and Jhata, 1910 This photo shows a Hindu pundit grinding rice into a coarse flour. The mill is an ancient piece of the heritage of the Indian Diaspora since its design has remained unchanged for over 5,000 years. The jhata is made of two round pieces of rough granite. They are pierced with a piece of wood which acts as a pivot. The upper wheel is also equipped with a wooden crank handle which turns independently. Grain (mostly rice, but corn was also ground) is placed between the two stones and the upper portion is turned, grinding the grain into meal. This is one of the most primitive forms of milling and dates back to very early eras of human history. The jhata was one of the many implements brought to Trinidad by East Indian indentured immigrants who were imported as cheap labour for the sugar industry between 1845 and 1917. Jhatas were fairly difficult to make, and were passed down like heirlooms from generation to generation. Some of the few which still exist in Trinidad are well over 200 years old, being relics of family lines in India. This particular one still exists in a family home in Penal. . Source: National Council of Indian Culture www.ncic.com . .


Speaking of the crystal mill, it was a 5 mile hike from the parking spot to see this piece of history. The guy who owned it lives up here along with few others. They hire volunteers to run it, after people make the hike you meet them up there and they'll tell you all about it. Let's just say the road to it is TRETUROUS. The only cars going up it we're jeeps and actually we hitchhiked back up down in Toyota. Our truck wasn't narrow enough and straight up we we're just scared... But views for days to the top, lots of waterfalls from the ice melting. 🤩🤩