Amazing project concluded in Wayne, NJ. The project had stone veneer installation on the walls and steps, new limestone treads, new walkway, new flower bed with decorative walls using Pyzyque blocks from Cambridge Pavers.
This is Batu Caves; a site of Hindu temple and one of Malaysian national treasure discovered in 1878. The caves itself is a limestone hill that formed around 400 million years ago, home to these temples, bats, and monkeys where they endlessly welcoming tourists from the base and up to 272 stairs until reach here where it is the end of the cave.
Hoje dia para curtir uma varanda, a proposta usar uma base neutra em branco e bege , especial atenção para as cortinas listradas que acolhe o ambiente e o teto de bambu sempre uma opção linda, atenção tb para a lareira Ecologica que aquece o espaço em qq época do ano.
Today I finished this little nodule which is absolutely packed with Androgynoceras ammonites! I found this on Charmouth beach a while ago, it's unusual to find so many of these ammonites in such a small space - they are really fun to prep!