Cape is thrifted | blouse, belt, purse and skirt are thrifted | Mushroom clips are c/o Ladybird Likes | Shoes are Naot
LOOK WHAT I FOUND AT THE OP SHOP ;__;
I can't believe my luck at op shops lately (although it's probably helped out by the fact that I visit one at least once a week. Shh. I don't have a problem - it's the way that I bribe myself to study really hard).
Anyway, I found this amazing cape at the op shop the other day, and I paid about $1 for it, thank you very much. I got this vintage skirt at the same time, too! And because I felt like this is the kind of outfit should have been photographed in a pretty forest full of deciduous trees and toadstools (which is pretty much unlike any landscape in Sydney, damn it), I also wore these cute toadstool pins that were sent to me as part of a collaboration by handmade jewelery-maker Ladybird Likes! I have been IN LOVE with everything Zoe makes for a long time now, so make sure that you go and check her store out, there's a lot more cute stuff where these came from!
And what adventure in a forest doesn't also include you coming across a cute rundown cottage? (In my fantasy of visiting a pretty forest, this definitely happens). So I topped this outfit off with my house purse. I really love my outfits to tell a story and I feel like this one achieved that. I also happen to look like some kind of Little Red Riding Hood-forest-nymph-hybrid, and I am okay with that.
So, space is big, we are tiny, and this is an awesome video.
The video starts out focusing on Earth (and imagine what a tiny speck of dust you are compared to all the big things on Earth), and then zooms out to compare us to the rest of the planets in our solar system. The biggest planet in our solar system is Jupiter, which is 142,980km across at its widest point. Earth is only 12,756kms in diameter.
But that is nothing once you get to our sun, which at 2,785,368km across, totally dwarfs the planets.
And then you feel really tiny when you compare our sun to the biggest known star, which is 4,595,857,200km in diameter. That's 1,650 times bigger than our own sun.
If you're starting to feel small, don't even try and contemplate all the SPACE in between those massive objects!
I hope that you're all having the most wonderful day,
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