Hence why I’m listening to Skrillex right now.
Moderator’s note: This is one of those articles that made me so thankful that I subscribe to National Geographic Magazine. Previously, I had been gifted a box of these worm/fungus from a friend and found very little on the internet about them (probably because I used Google to search in English,…
Robert Bertero goes to great heights to get his spectacular photos, often capturing views that can only be seen from mountain peaks. These images, and many more just as amazing as these, are available for purchase on his site.
Bertero on his work:
I am conscious concerning the difficulties to render, respectfully, in a single image, all the magnificence I see, on place, with my own eyes….
That’s why I am devoting a profound sense of discipline and responsibility in this activity, as a due tribute to the wonderful places I am visiting and also because I can’t stand the idea of wasted beauty. Sometimes I am successful in my efforts, other times less…
In any case I feel as interacting with impermanence, somehow “freezing in time” landscapes that will never appear the same again, in a constant immense flux of no fixed nature.
(via itsfullofstars)Source: berteroroberto.pixu.com
On September 22, a group of students is going to send send 1000 ping pong balls into outer space. Well, not exactly ping pong balls, but PongSats — small, ping pong-sized science experiments that can range from the super simple (like a marshmallow!) to the highly complex (miniature data logs). When the PongSats return to earth, they bring back video footage, photographs, and data from the upper strata of our atmosphere. That’s pretty far out! It’s also our Project of the Day.
(via itsfullofstars)Source: kickstarter
I got on Tumblr for the first time in probably somewhere around a year…
I expected to be on here only a short time…
I fear I’ve made a terrible mistake…
Yet another week goes by and I still haven’t asked her out yet.
When will I get the courage to do so?