Prayuda Bimo

Prayuda Bimo

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Oxford Shirt In Longline With Black And White Split Panel

InCharity might be one of the best PSD template at Themeforest for Charity, Fundraising and Non-Profit and corporate website. Some of the key features: responsive design, parallax scrolling, 6+ homepage, #Charity and #Fundraising design, woo-commerce, free font and icons #psdtemplate

InCharity might be one of the best PSD template at Themeforest for Charity, Fundraising and Non-Profit and corporate website. Some of the key features: responsive design, parallax scrolling, 6+ homepage, #Charity and #Fundraising design, woo-commerce, free font and icons #psdtemplate

Ui design concept for Fashion Store website.

Ui design concept for Fashion Store website.

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Myiu Tea Packaging Design

Myiu Tea Packaging Design

The breathtaking train from Kandy to Ella delivers you to Sri Lanka hill country. Tea plantations, rolling hills and a slower pace of life welcome you.

The breathtaking train from Kandy to Ella delivers you to Sri Lanka hill country. Tea plantations, rolling hills and a slower pace of life welcome you.

Perfect. via frankly esoteric / #tastes #living #coffeecoffeecoffee

Perfect. via frankly esoteric / #tastes #living #coffeecoffeecoffee

What a great cocktail for a fall get together – Cider Tea @themerrythought

What a great cocktail for a fall get together – Cider Tea @themerrythought

Modern Tea Party // Once I get my own place, this is how I'll have my house warming.

Modern Tea Party // Once I get my own place, this is how I'll have my house warming.

“The tea ceremony was initially an elite pursuit, one that provided a forum for the rulers of ancient Japan to forge social ties,” Stewart says. “And even now, everything is always carefully considered: the type of drinking vessel, the palette, the season. There’s a sense of harmony achieved from the balance of bitter and sweet.”

“The tea ceremony was initially an elite pursuit, one that provided a forum for the rulers of ancient Japan to forge social ties,” Stewart says. “And even now, everything is always carefully considered: the type of drinking vessel, the palette, the season. There’s a sense of harmony achieved from the balance of bitter and sweet.”