Martin. Easter Sunday in Schloßpark Oranienburg.
Three of my favorite tea companies are on the search for the first teas of 2014.
They’re posting excellent photos of their travels in China and India right now via social media outlets.
Have a look:
Four teas with a friend. Chinese Green in the Gaiwan, previously a Yunnan, 2nd Flush Darjeeling, and an Assam.
My fern is sending up its first fronds of the season. I love ferns.
The Berlin Botanical Garden has a Camellia Sinensis in one of their greenhouses.
Volvo Amazon c.1960
I had no idea Tchaikovsky did chamber music too: string quartets and piano with voice are very nice.
Since February 2014 I’ve saved all the tea leaves I’ve consumed at home. When I’m done with the tea I move the leaves to a mesh strainer to loose excess moisture. The next day I transfer them onto paper to dry. Note the paper has been absorbing the colors of the leaves. Finally I dump the leaves into a bag. Before the bag I was using this large bowl, which shows off a great variety of leaf size, color, and texture.
Staring at a bright white screen is hard on our eyes. By changing my background from white to grey (#c7c6c6) I’m reducing stress on your eyes and enhancing your experience on MichaelPieracci.com.
We are spending more and more time looking at computer screens and scrolling to no end. Simple changes like this will make a huge impact on users.