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germany. most of them are licensed to work as a swimming instructor i'm sure in our 2 children nothing to smile just. your story take part shirish on in full migrants. lavender as far as the eye can see but how can you capture this beauty in a single photograph we'll find out later on in the show hello and welcome to another exciting edition of your americas i'm your host meghan lee here's a look at what else we've got coming up on the program. trying to uncover the
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secrets behind the portuguese custard tart. and delving into the complex magical world of art of the time. but we kicked off the show on a high note with high heels that is now most high heeled shoes are made with women in mind however a growing number of men are also embracing that added boost to their height but there is a problem most men struggle to find the right size and style so here's a look now at this niche market and some of the people pushing it forward. bold and sexy and extravagant this is the chosen style the cuban entertainer jorge gonzalez who has been a connoisseur of high heeled shoes since he was a young man. i had to wear
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because when you're wearing your. change you know i feel more. through this myself you can hike. and i think it's just a statement. koenig of dollars has been making statements on german national television for the last 10 years as a modeling coach choreographer and a juror on a popular dance show his heels define his image but does he see any trends developing with high heeled shoes for men on a more general level the story called the men's has got to wearing those but during this o.c. did you see women who started to wear a suit and source did all this on the. floor. it's not so much about the system. really. meant was there with him it's.
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like canadian singer sean mendez who's been spotted in stack heeled boots rock legends like the late prince david bowie and freddie mercury long embrace to high heeled shoe on stage and now the next generation like british singer sam smith is following suit. sales in this nation market are increasing steadily but for men finding the right size is difficult british designer sophia web server recognized this problem. it was very apparent to me that wasn't a lot of. the science is in design teams my dance teacher we do not sit here. and we went. down. class is america we need to save to west and she used to dance and i think $43.00 and all we had was $42.00 i'm going to say so well there's final production that's going to be expanded as they say they'll be funny things at that . highlight these will really well so feel webster shoes aren't specifically made
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from hand extended sizes of up to you 46 means more options for you daniel bush founder of cross swords shoes creates handmade high heels for men on a more conservative level to recognized a gap in the market. current shoes that men can buy for women's high heels very small and even if you buy the same saw it's. the problem is that the design for woman's for which is smaller so we designed the shoe the last 2 specifically for a man's for. comfort when they slip in i think there are people outside the insane industry that slowly slowly coming towards the idea of wearing high heels. modern high heels were introduced to europe in the 17th century aristocratic men wore them to demonstrate in upper class status and royalty such as
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king louis the 14th wore them to increase in stature only aristocrats with red heels were allowed in his court. high heeled shoes have come a long way since then but what about negative attitudes towards men wearing them nowadays. where people can say what they want to. do you have to suppress yourself you feel to hear that nobody. is painting about you. confidence and comfort are key aspects that will carry this style choice into the future. we turn our attention now to a unesco intangible cultural heritage building roofs now covering houses with reed is one of the oldest crafts in construction the 1st dates back some 6000 years well nowadays you'll find plenty of them along the north and baltic sea
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coasts of europe including on the german island where strict rules apply we travel there to see how the 1000 troop has stood the test of time. these distinctive facts truth houses are implemented at the island suit in northern germany paid lead time honestly with the surrounding nature and both cozy and block serious they were once the homes of finest fisherman and captains today the islands that true houses are exclusive real estate is mainly a secondary residences but for renting out to vacation is. really turned down fused just mouse knows everything there is to know about these so-called friesian houses he referred to shoes then and then sells the fixed up houses for millions of euros. for the simple reason
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house like this one from 1780 has a global roof point 78 greeters you see and i have my head about this roof and they also have smaller when more. winter because back in the day people had just won over for heating so homes were kept compact the all the good old gordon this is the village of captain any house that gets built here must have attached roof traditionally these rooms were made by selling natural materials together in small batches but these days they held in place with why there's a lack of young apprentice is that not least because of the effort involved. from the one family home building the roof takes 3 and a half to 4 weeks. unless it has drawn a windows or a gable that requires extra work when you go and.
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there's a test strip rules when it comes to fast route houses to preserve the island's traditional charm so there's little room for innovation. this modern take on a sachse roof in the art in south. is a rare exception the house was created by hamburg stock protect how do you have any . scalp feel it just because you're not really there were many discussions about the house. to settle and asked whether it will destroy your out of the island's traditional look there's an image that was supposed to be here you have to stick with the thoughts to prove it with losing it so he isn't restricted to copyright so that fine indeed that like to see more of this those would be fine understand the financial source. and other parts of europe such as the netherlands architects are already busy
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reinventing fach townsend's. and along germany's baltic coast homes have been designed with roofs that ridge all the way to the ground. back on stilts with that's true as the made using small prints goods use these for nesting so they can only be cut down during winter cold isn't ok to breed farmer to meet demand he has to import extra reeds from countries like hungry romania and even china. so for me they could move up remember these are batches i harvested and winter. the glades must be a last ditch. they mustn't break if i bend them like this construct the government but i reckon. the good thing about reeds is that they grow back on their own after
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harvesting order to move us towards freedom after x. . 07 so tell meanwhile boasts europe's longest fat strewth. not for much longer. jim an architect christophe has designed a vast statues wellness center. set to be completed in 2020. spacious windows in the roof to bring natural light directly inside. the fascinated by the possibility of using modern methods to build a contemporary house combination with very old culturally rich techniques. in 2014 units can recognise the factions crocked as an intangible cultural heritage if it's to survive the traditional need not be innovative often takes but also
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a new generation of young people who choose to learn the craft and book with these natural materials. right next up we are headed to the portuguese capital lisbon home of the custard tart now this simple pastry out of eggs sugar and cinnamon has been satisfying this week too since the 18th century that's when catholic monks start their clothes with egg whites and use the leftover yolks to create this pastry well the original recipe now lies in the hands of the station belum bakery and remains a closely guarded secret well normally there are long lines at this bakery but because of the coronavirus access is limited still we were able to go behind the scenes for this tasty pastry. and.
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these delicious lee sweet custard tarts are one of portugal's most famous cultural exports. we want to try this it's really good a little bit sweets if these topics taste great. lisbon's pasta bakery has been making them since 1837. the recipe is a well guarded secret. one of the select few who know how to make them is pastry chef miquel cut in joke. scene quality they don't mate with eggs flour sugar and milk of course is the spirit that isn't going to be empty there are other ingredients as well but that secret. yes. but. he takes us to the back of the café here behind the abbey iron door lies the secret room where the delectable delicacies are made. this is where our pace tree
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chefs produce the dough and constant cream for the top and thought nobody is allowed inside a pot from them we can go in there. i feel very privileged to be one of the few people who knows the. recipe. in the car engine family has been creating a station to be a lamp for 5 generations. joe is sliced by hand and then placed in the baking tray. it's important that the crust be taken up to contain the custard cream. or don't need to be careful and even the price of. each day they make about 20000 tarts. the recipe dates back to the monks of jarana most. monastery a unesco world heritage site. to resolve a squat they used wants to stiffen the monks church callers was very busy this
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morning and the leftover pizza makes when it does it goes. when the monastery was secularized over 185 years ago a sugar manufacturer bought up the tart recipe and began making them and his nearby shop. it's been selling the original pa station ever since. we introduced the beach which many a typical portuguese sweeps were invented in an almost drizzling it as if there was you know our names since the 19th century people from all over have come here to see tower and the monastery along with the graves of explorers gama. and no visit to this part of portugal is complete without triphosphate. done over. by the government but i've been coming here with my girlfriend 3 is white with these tonsils something special so green and the crossed is so unique
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a muscle is different i gotta love recommendations for colleagues or friends we came here from the north just to bring some back from friends because. the custard needs to be filled into the trace quickly so it doesn't lose its consistency before baking. the tarts are put into the oven for 20 minutes at 400 degrees celsius. their best enjoyed warm from the oven with a sprinkle of cinnamon and powdered sugar. which don't live in the fish or on a must monastery used to sell past aisa and cinnamon throughout the whole country the cinnamon used to arrive by ship at night from the orient symbolic of. nowadays the pastry treat from portugal is enjoyed across the world. lou my mouth is watering now well if you are interested in more advertising reports
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then take a look at our new you tube channel d.w. food this is what you'll find there. damage you see these. stories. in louisiana. the smell of amazing the best chefs with their best chips from need just to be king diet and all the recipe secrets while the modern world europe's diversity is a smorgasbord to live when you. subscribe and enjoy deep w. food. when you think of provosts in southern france what comes to mind perhaps fields and fields of lavender the well they are a popular photo motif by capturing them and a single image can be challenging and that's where one photographer's special
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technique for shooting vast landscapes comes in handy. you haven't the fields in the south of france it's pretty easy peach in every way you look tween to know this from the plants are in bloom the violence on the plateau turns into a frequency of flowers. each year people from around the world visit keep coming back like landscape photographer fabio and to not have this is what's cool about profiles we have these incredible colors that's everywhere we have the lines that go way back into the distance everything you've got i love at the end there's a tree it's like disneyland for photographers and for photographs likes to share his passion with others and takes amateur photographers on guided to is through the lavender fields this was photographer has pioneered a technique that's revolutionize classical landscape photography superimposes shots of the same subject on top of one another to create hype and released images. as
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a result of his landscape photos look more mystical than realistic. or hyper regulus landscape photography is the probe ring together all the emotions i felt before while taking my shots in the one picture the different moments situations and ambient lights could take 234 or up to 40 or 50 images to convey that feeling to the observer and it's this feeling that he also wants to transmit the photo to the participants 1st of all it's are these here. the best ones are actually those 2 there in the middle but when it comes to framing their image the amateurs get help from the end of vaska he's been a landscape photographer for more than 2 decades and knows whether it's classic cool or hyper realistic photography the ground rules are always the same what's important with such wide open landscapes is the foreground of the no see pictures with a tree somewhere in the background with nothing up front it's
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a broad field so this. line adds a nice depth to the landscape and have a nice foreground with the blooming love and that's half the battle won as well taking a good landscape photo of the 1st successful shots i have long coming much to the delight of the 2 of participants. get out how do you the straight lines the symmetry of the deals it's just amazing. he says i find this bluish purple stunningly beautiful but then there's the acoustics the hum of the bees and the blossoms which move around in their way and it's just wonderful. this is the horse it's always a challenge it is from a cop in terms of composition with every picture tells a great story and that's clear. but the popularity of the lavender fields has one drawback many farmers feel crops missing here we're on a private property and everything here belongs to
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a farmer who earns his living growing in love there would have been someone out of here with a group to have to ensure that we protect the life of their students that means not ramming it with tripods or stepping on the plants or leaving a beer bottle or cigarette or what it's like around i think of it like being in someone's living room i should leave the place in your same state i filled in for these on that often the 1st side to it lasts for a week and the group is on the go day and night because in the dark a whole new side of the lavender fields comes to light fabio loves this diversity be nourishing it not can be tricky the soul that there shouldn't be too much life doesn't feel sometimes like that's also really cool it's ok to just have the blackest night sky and the milky way sometimes it's also nice when there's a bit of the glowing from the city or down below hello i start thought. whether classical or modern in the lab in the fields everyone is sure to find
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a picture perfect image. he's been called the wizard of automation a swiss inventor and artist from nor combines a vivid imagination with technical expertise to create intricately automated sculptures now in this digital age you might wonder why he doesn't simply use a computer well for him the devil is in the detail of creating mechanically precise objects we visited françoise you know in his studio to see this wizard at work. welcome to the wonderland of france was. also made to make a top of his game and has an international following he sees himself as part artist part mechanic. movements his life his intricate creations bring some poetry back into a world dominated by digital technology. thomas hands are made to bring happiness
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for fellow dream and make magic creating automata into challenge people it's like a magic trick at 1st people don't understand how it can work. is automations are driven by a complex wind up making it's much resembles that of an analog watch they don't meet batteries or electricity and perform precise preprogramed movements one of francois current projects is leonardo da vinci's he's been working on this 80 centimeter tall wind up android of the famous italian artist for decades now. trevor mock you 1st absolutely want to do complex mechanical drawings. like these words of a helicopter or a horse. in addition i wanted as you can see here to lighten lateral in mirror image so you look it through all that are made. from the initial sketches to the modeling of the figures right through to the final can explain everything is
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done it is workshop and this was spirit of some choir. which you know has 6 assistance they work on several tomatoes at once for months at a time most of the projects the commissions even as a chart of you know was fascinated by mechanical objects in 1804 he started building automations he grew up in an environment of craftsmanship both his grandfathers were watchmakers. not to her rather just but i learnt watchmaking here with them. so it was advantageous to stay here and be around other artisans. to be away on really it doesn't pay the publisher you have a problem you can just call someone that's really great that's what. is most complex automation to date is most who pushed ina attribute to russian poet aleksandr pushkin the android consists of close to 3600 components which allow it to write some 1500 poems signed them and illustrate them making it unique among
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automated pushkin android was commissioned by a silicon valley entrepreneur. 7 years 7 years to complete it as with all of the trips to the u.s. . we had lots of discussions about what text we would use but the choice of words of drawings and other things are all over now he's been in the states for 10 years. in a digital world that completely clashes with the mechanical android. the roots of androids or she will avoid robots can be traced back to ancient greece and egypt their heyday came in the 18th century the age of enlightenment for the development of complex automaticity to play music. teachers. because while you
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know has brought this old craft back to life. well. i'd like to preserve the knowledge i've gained making this drawing of inviting the top of the. movie or of all the research i've done to be able to share it with future generations edition yourself francoise you know is one of a kind creation so no real function but these mechanics in motion messner isis with a complexity and truly expand our nation a nation. truly are one of my kind and that wraps up another exciting edition of the show now don't forget to check out our website where you will find this week's draw and a chance at winning this exclusive euro max watch and don't forget to follow us also on social media as always thanks for joining and we'll see you again soon.
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